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The pub is open all year round from 10am until late. Food is served by Kieran's Kitchen from March until beginning of November. Last orders at 8.45pm. In spring 2011, Peter Curtin embarked on a new endeavour: He set up the Burren Brewery in the Roadside Tavern in Lisdoonvarna. The building, which in 1865 started off as a pub, then was expanded into a bakery, now also harbours a micro-brewery under its roof. His Burren Gold (lager), Burren Red (ale) and Burren Black (stout) are one of only three micro-breweries mentioned in the Lonely Planet Global Craft Beer Guide! At the same time it is a restaurant - Kieran's Kitchen - serving the best food from locally sourced ingredients. It is also a renowned…
This was a wonderful stop on our tour. We met Peter Curtin the owner and head brewer and sampled some of his beer. What a treat to find a craft brewer in the land of Guinness! (Not that I don't love Guinness mind you!)
We loved our food in two different days. We had the best fish and chips ever really well cooked, moist. Succulent.
We tried the local produced stout and I have to say that is even better than Guinness.
Visited twice with friends and family during September 2018, These two visits had been my first to Kierans Kitchen at the Roadside Tavern as i had always frequented the Storehouse next door which is itself an outstanding venue for food, My first impression at the...More
Were recommended to eat here by our Airbnb host and she even rang to check we could get in. Had the local Red beer and lager both of which were tasty. First evening we had the Irish Stew and Beef Goulash (yum, yum) followed by...More
This place is legendary – a memorable venue for traditional music sessions for well over a century and an award winning pub restaurant. It manages to retain its sense of history by the simple wooden furniture, colourful décor and lots of paraphenalia on the walls....More