A true local watering hole, this bar always has a mix of locals and vacationers. It was once your typical pub, where you could watch your favorite sport no matter what part of the world you were from. Now it not only attracts the armchair sports enthusiast, but is also jam-packed with slot machines. There are those who come here for the drinks—although they no longer have the range of beer on tap they once did—and entertainment factor, but also to dine on traditional Irish favorites such as fish-and-chips. This is one of the few places you will always find open late. The inside is not recommended for families. If you have children along, go early and take a seat outdoors.
May 10, 2015
My spouse and I dined at Danny Buoy’s for lunch on a Sunday afternoon in late April 2015. We did not make a reservation to dine. Danny Buoy’s is located in Grace Bay, across the street from a large shopping plaza called Regent Village, which was a 10-minute (0.5-mile) walk on paved sidewalks from our hotel, the Seven Stars Resort. Danny Buoy’s is open for lunch and dinner daily. The restaurant accepts credit cards. Danny Buoy’s offers both
indoor and outdoor dining; the indoor dining is air-conditioned. The restaurant has many TVs to watch sporting events, and it also features a small casino area. We ordered the fish tacos (breaded and deep-fried fish, lettuce, tomato, and cheese wrapped in two flour tortillas and served alongside your choice of French fries or a side salad) and the double DB burger (which included, as the old MacDonald’s Big Mac commercial said, “two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame-seed bun, served with your choice of fries or salad). Many restaurants in the Grace Bay area are not open on Sundays and/or for Sunday lunch, so our dining choices were limited, yet we were satisfied with our meal at Danny Buoy’s.