Neville’s is a Failte Ireland family friendly award winning Gastro Pub and recipient of the Failte Ireland Pubs of distinction award. Neville’s offers more than your typical bar, imaginative and high quality food and drink at reasonable prices in a relaxed and casual atmosphere. Visit the original Neville’s Pub which is adjacent, a traditional hostelry established in 1761. Excellent food is served daily from 12.30pm in a family friendly environment, eat inside or al fresco. They are committed to using local ingredients and suppliers wherever possible. They have a Private room available for functions and they now offer bar menu for takeaway. Wi-Fi and baby changing facilities available.
For a great atmosphere, friendly service and good entertainment, Molloy’s Bar in Fethard-On-Sea ticks all the right boxes. Owned and run by Maureen and Tom Molloy for over forty years, this bar enjoys a great reputation not alone with their own regular punters but with the countless visitors who descend on Fethard every summer. This modern and stylish bar boasts a giant screen, which is complemented by two 50″ TV’s, which broadcast all the major sporting events – horse racing, soccer, football, hurling, you name it. Friday and Saturday night the bar comes alive with music and during the summer season various bands and artists perform in the pub nightly. Texas Holdem tournaments also take place every Thursday night starting at 9.30pm and all card sharks are welcome to come along and try their hand. Molloy’s Bar also also cater for all parties, anniversary and birthday celebrations and will supply the music free of charge and light food can be arranged. Above all Molloy’s take pride in their trade and at the bar you will find friendly staff members at your service.
Droopys Bar & Off Licence. Main St Fethard-On-Sea New Ross County Wexford. Family friendly pub with open fire. We have a large beer garden at the rear of pub which is very child friendly. We cater for all parties and special occasions. They have a full off licence. Music every weekend all year round. Music for July and August every Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights. Ladies night every Thursday night throughout July and August with Paddy Murphy.
Templers Pub – http://templarsinn.ie/
Great local home produced food. Great area outside with fabulous views for those lovely sunny days. Templars Inn itself has beautiful panoramic views across Templetown Bay to Dunmore East, Waterford. Come and enjoy dinning on the large decking area. Templars Inn specialises in seafood but has an excellent varied Full Bar Menu which caters for all tastes. All produce is sourced locally to ensure freshness and flavour.
Private functions including weddings, birthdays, corporate events etc. are catered for. Has live music at weekends. Courtesy bus service also available.
Grange Villa Public Bar and Family orientated Mobile Home Park, is an early Victorian Country Residence set in spacious grounds adjacent to Fethard-On-Sea village and Grange Strand. Once the home of Marquis of Ely, now family run, it provides an old world atmosphere and a warm welcome to all its customers. Relax by the open fire, play pool or join in a sing-a-long both arranged and impromtu. An ideal holiday location, the Foley Family are always happy to extend a Céad Míle Fáilte.
Wheelhouse Coffee Shop
Local cafe – nice for sambos, and lovely fresh scones in the morning. All does evening meals in the summer and has a takeaway service as well. All food is home made.
Another little quaint pub with beer garden in Saltmills (2 miles away) – take road out of Fethard towards New Ross and at the church you will see a sign for Saltmills - it is about 2/3 miles away. Got past the ONE shop in Saltmills (which sells hardware, fishing stuff including normal groceries) and take the next left – about 1/2 mile up that road is a lovely little pub – full of crack. And a really lovely beer garden.
On the Main Street of Fethard – Open Seasonally. Al home cooked food, very good local fish.
Chinese Restaurant (Regency)
Excellent! They do a special for Sunday lunches and meal deals during the week. Worth a visit if you like Chinese.
Take Away (Fish, Chips, Pizza)
Beside Post Office. Grand if you want a bag of chips
On road to Saltmills – about 4 or 5 miles from house – old ruins with nice coffee shop. Does nice homemade scones and paninis, rolls etc. Service can be slow sometimes. You can sit inside or outside. You don’t have to pay to go in if you are just going to coffee shop. Also lovely walks around here up to the estuary around the little forest. Some good paths and picnic benches as well.
Hook Lighthouse - great coffee shop and scones/homemade cakes, salads, soups etc.
The Hollow – Ramsgrange
On main road from Duncannon to Wellingtonbridge. Excellent Bar food. Specializes in sea food. Head towards Duncannon but follow signs to Ramsgrange.
Kilmore Quay – numerous places to eat
If you were going Wexford or that direction - I would highly recommend a stop in Kilmore Quay – if is full of fabulous seafood restaurants.
This is really good for seafood. This pub is full of life and you might have to wait for a table but sure have a few drinks and enjoy the atmosphere. It is really dark from outside but has beer garden out the back and big wooden tables inside made of old tree trunks. Great seafood!
Also very good. You need to book in advance.
There is another good restaurant that gets great reviews.
The Crazy Crab
Great seafood bistro in Kilmore Quay.
Roches Pub – great bar good – Nice for a drink also or lunch/early tea. On sea front. On cold days has lovely log fires burning. Great for pub food and lunches. Restaurant called Squigles upstairs open seasonally.
Coffee Shop – just at top of slip road for beach – nice coffee/sambos.
Aldridge Lodge in Duncannon
If you want to spoil yourself and have a really nice meal out this is highly recommended but you would need to book well in advance as it is very popular. Easier to get a table mid week but impossible to get one a weekend unless you book 3 or 4 weeks in advance. Price is €38 for set menu – see reviews and menus.
Take Road to Duncannon and it is house built with two stone pillars and small stone wall – it is easy to miss it - it is on your righthand side on your way into Duncannon.
Dunbrody House Hotel - just outside Duncannon – about 10 miles away – on the road to Arthurstown – fabulous but can be pricey but they do have menus to meet all budgets. They do tasting menus, set menus, early birds, and bar food. courses set menu and it just lovely. Grounds are fabulous. They also have a spa.
The Local (Small Pub) – Dunbrody House Hotel – newly opened in 2013 – currenly only do three courses Fish and Chips, Burger and Chips and Pizza. All really good. Decor is old world style and self service at tables. They also have music at weekends. Highly recommend.
Dunmore East - has loads nice restaurants – you can get the ferry across – it would take you about 30 mins to get there. The Ocean Hotel is great food but there are so many in Dunmore you really cant go wrong. It is a lovely place for a walk lots of little coves and beaches.
There is also a lovely shop that makes its own cheeses, breads, pates just up from the harbour. You can also buy fresh fish at the harbour most days.
Lots of other lovely pubs and bistros in Dunmore East. On www.thespinnakerbar.com and azzurro.ie (really good tapas restaurant).
http://experiencenewross.com/ - lots of places to eat out
Cheekpoint – Jack Meades pub **– Cheekpoint – or you will see a sign for under the bridge – fab pub, does BBQs in summer, has childrens playground, small farm, sometimes have live music. Suits everyone. Nice for a visit and there is a little walk you can do along the river. Good food, can eat inside or outside.
Passage East – Great Chinese Restaurant at Passage East – it is up above a little pub on the corner. Well signposted. Very reasonable and nice staff.
Dunmore East – lots of great pubs and restaurants to eat in.