The Northwest Restaurants

Donegal mountain spring lamb, Glen Bay crab, Donegal Bay oysters and mussels, Lough Swilly wild salmon, Enniscrone lobster, freshly baked scones, crusty homemade brown bread, and Guinness cake are just some of the delicious reasons why you will not go hungry traveling through the Northwest. Sligo Town has established itself as a sort of last stop for food lovers, with a number of tempting shops promoting local produce that are well worth a visit. The Sligo Food and Cultural Festival, held each May, is brimful of activities. You're likely to find the finest food at the higher-quality country houses, where chefs elegantly prepare local meat, fish, and produce in a hybrid Irish-French haute cuisine. In Donegal Town, be sure to ask for what are officially Europe’s top sausages, made by McGettigan’s butchers.

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  • 1. Coach Lane Restaurant

    $$ | Irish

    This bustling eatery—deservedly one of Sligo's most popular—divides itself into two culinary halves: a relaxed downstairs bar (from 3 pm daily...Read More

  • 2. Mellys Café

    $ | Irish

    With more than 60 years in business—it opened in 1956 and you get the impression that very little has changed since then—Mellys is a family...Read More

  • 3. The Quiet Moment Tea Rooms

    $ | Irish

    This delightful, old-fashioned tearoom with granite tables and mahogany paneling serves light bites and more substantial fare for breakfast...Read More

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