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Singing Pub
Unique traditional thatched pub with warm open fires and lovely atmosphere that serves tasty pub grub from 13:00 to 21:00 pm daily (seasonal and every weekend). There is a separate restaurant and the menu changes weekly. Specialising in seafood and steak.

Situated along the Wild Atlantic Way, it is a beautiful old stone building with a traditional thatched roof and a green door. On the outside it looks like a traditional Irish cottage with exceptional character. On entering the first thing that draws your attention are the glowing open fires.

The Singing Pub, also known as An Sibín Ceoil, experience is always one to remember - whether it be to come for a quiet drink, a chat with the bar person, a sing along with the local traditional bands or a bite to eat. The bar food ranges from homemade soup or chowder with homemade bread to a full a la carte menu including a seafood platter and mouth watering steak on the lava stone. The restaurant menu changes weekly and the fresh local seafood is always a hit.

The Singing Pub prides itself on a friendly, prompt service and are rewarded when customers return so often. Being a seasonal business when things quieten down the local community keep the craic going and lots of visitors look forward to coming back to meet their old friends.

There is parking suited to camper vans and touring caravans. There are a range of different musicians almost every night in summer months and weekends in winter with the Sunday session always being a hit.

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Mevagh, Downings, Co. Donegal, Ireland
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