Located in the heart of Gorey, Katie Daly’s is a sports bar and restaurant that has a strong local following. The bar and restaurant stone walls, spread of salvaged memorabilia and fairy lights hanging from the ceiling give the pub its warm and inviting atmosphere. The pub also has regular live sport playing on its big screen and live music for those who enjoy a few drinks whilst listening to the best of local talent.
Winning Best Gastro Pub in Leinster in 2017, Mary Barry’s is now renowned for its special pub grub that includes some of the freshest seafood and fish in the area. Originally just a pub, Susie, the owner, decided to branch out into food during the recession and has seen a great success in doing so. The pub not only serves delicious food but there are also plenty of drinks to choose from and a beer garden to hang out in on sunny days.
Based in Fethard on Sea and on the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford, Neville’s has been awarded Wexford Gastro Pub of the Year numerous times by the Restaurant Association of Ireland. The picturesque setting of Neville’s makes it a hit with locals and visitors alike. The pub’s menu is definitely a draw, as well as the friendly bar with its wide selection of drinks and friendly staff. With a great selection of local craft beers, and a pool table that draws a crowd, Neville’s has a little something for everyone, and is a must visit when exploring New Ross and Hook Peninsula.
Based in Wexford Town, Thomas Moore Tavern is a great place to stop off for a pub lunch or dinner. The pub is known for its wide and delicious food menu in The Bistro, offering a warm and rustic setting to enjoy lunch or dinner. Then there is The Piano Bar, a more modern bar with an exciting cocktail menu. For those just looking for a drink, the main pub area has an open fire and live music playing most nights.
Sky & the Ground is a popular pub that is well known for its great live music sessions and fun atmosphere. Situated in Wexford Town, the pub has visitors from near and far who enjoy the pub’s traditional setting. It is certainly hard to miss with its life-size fiddles and red exterior. The pub has won awards for its friendly service, selection of various drinks and great atmosphere. A short walk from Wexford Harbour and the National Opera House, this is a pub to add to your list when visiting Wexford.