Surrounded by woods a five minutes' drive from Blarney, Blair's Inn—noted for its exuberant window-box displays—is the perfect retreat from Blarney's tour-bus crowds. This is a real "local," run by genial owner-hosts and their sons. The bar serves a range of local craft beers and bottled beers. You can dine in the bar or the quieter wood-paneled restaurant. In summer enjoy the beer garden; in winter, warm yourself by a wood fire. Freshly prepared local produce is served
in generous portions all day: best bets include Irish stew (lamb, carrots, and potatoes), the house special— hot corned beef with parsley sauce—and a memorable gratin of prawns, crab, and salmon, served piping hot. There's live entertainment every Monday at 9 pm from May to October.
Jul 11, 2002
food was great they have to menu's the pub menu standurd irish fare and the dining room menu with daily fresh specials ex. cream of broccoli& blue cheese soup , mussles ,salmon apple wood smoked with a sweete fenel chuttney, seafood stuffed dover sole great find in a little out of the way town , could not belive how they got a classicly trained french chef thy have a lot of irish travel board awards and best pubs of ireland certification a must
go if you are in the blarney area