The Hanged Man's Pub & Restaurant in County Kildare is steeped in rich history. The building dates back to the early mid-18th century and played an integral role in the development of the Grand Canal. It served as a vital depot for the Canal Company, supporting the growth and progress of the waterway.
Today, it is a bar and restaurant, where great service and an unforgettable culinary experience is delivered. The menu is a blend of regular favourites and weekly specials displayed on a specials board. Fresh and locally sourced ingredients is used, giving you bold flavours and supports local producers. The Hanged Man's Pub & Restaurant is renowned for it's hearty steaks, fruity cocktails and tasty pints. Some of the more popular dishes on the menu include, Hanged Man's potato skins, the seafood chowder, honey roast duck, Hanged Man's surf & turf pasta and the Hanged Man's real burger.
The Hanged Man's bar was designed in the traditonal Irish bar style. The carefully selected lights create the perfect atmosphere for conversations with friends, colleagues or family. Hanged Man's offer an extensive range of wines, premium beers and handcrafted cocktails.
There is also a great love for music at the Hanged Man's Pub & Restaurant. Some popular musical acts have played here, including Bagatelle and Freddie White. On the last Saturday of every month Hanged Man's Pub & Restaurant's resident band Hillbilly Porter plays.