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The Boatyard Restaurant
Dingle, Co. Kerry
The Boatyard Restaurant is situated overlooking Dingle Harbour in the busy quay side area on Strand Street. The family friendly restaurant specialises in local seafood but also caters to non fish eaters.

The Boatyard restaurant is located in Dingle Town overlooking Dingle Harbour. Situated beside the big car park near the tourist office there is ample parking for both cars and coaches. The Boatyard has an elegant conservatory overlooking the harbour and the outside decking is an ideal location for relaxing with a friend, having a chat over a glass of wine and perhaps a bowl of freshly steamed mussels. If you need something more substantial you could try a delightfully cold Tom Creans locally brewed beer from the fully licenced bar, with a speciality Atlantic Platter for two consisting of fish and chips, calamari, crab claws in garlic butter, cockles and mussels, chowder and homemade Guinness bread.

The Boatyard prides itself on being a family friendly restaurant providing wholesome healthy options for the little ones. They also cater for large groups and the conservatory is ideal for a romantic lunch or night out. There is an extensive menu and also have a specials board which consists of the local catch of the day and some extra meat and poultry dishes.

The Boatyard is a lovely fresh vibrant casual dining experience where no booking is necessary, enjoy a glass of wine, a morning coffee, afternoon tea with a delicious homemade dessert or just a bowl of delicious homemade chunky seafood chowder. Whatever the occasion you have a place at the Boatyard restaurant.

The Boatyard is also used as a private wedding/function venue seating up to 60 persons, it is ideal for small family gatherings.

Contact details
Strand St, Farrannakilla, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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