Kilshanny House Pub & Restaurantview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 65 7071660
Proprietor: Aidan & Mary
Family run olde worlde village pub renowned for its Irish stout, freshly ground coffee, warm relaxed atmosphere and evenings of fine dining.
The Rising Sunview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 51 898173
Proprietor: James Phelan
The Rising Sun Bar, Restaurant & Guesthouse is located just off Junction 11 on the M9, it was originally built in 1644 and has carefully been restored to offer comfort and relaxation in olde world charm.
Beár An Ráille / The Railway Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 90 6630748
Proprietor: Martin Kiernan
Beár An Ráille, is situated in Abbeytown right around the corner from Roscommon Train Station. It’s a family run pub with a friendly, relaxed and informal atmosphere. Attractions Include: Live Music & Sports, Pool Room, Juke Box, Darts Board and Newly Renovated Heated Smoking Area.
Anderson'sview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 59 863 1468
Proprietor: David and John Anderson
Anderson's was established in 1924 and is a family run pub. Located in the centre of town, it is a great social meeting place with a bar and lounge, full coffee menu, two televisions and a big screen for sports and an up to date jukebox. Anderson's is renowned for its great atmosphere and efficient, friendly staff.
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