Food and Drink Archive - Carlow Tourism

Food and Drink

April 28, 2023

The Parlour @ Doyle’s Royal Oak

The Parlour @ Doyle’s is a family friendly, bespoke space outside Bagenalstown, providing extensive outdoor and covered seating for customers to relax and enjoy a wide selection of icecream, luxury desserts, barista coffees, milkshakes and slushees.
February 7, 2023

South East Food Stories

Start your day with a luscious journey through Carlow, hear local tales, getting the low down on how the locals produce such tasty produce. Forage for your lunch picking up great tips along the way with Blackstairs Eco Trails and get a taste of the land. Stories that will stay with you
September 20, 2022

Teac Uí Braonáin

Teac Uí Braonáin in Leighlinbridge, beside the river Barrow the pub and coffee shop has to be accessed through the shop - an almost unique feature today! The premises were bought in September 1959 have been run as shop, bar and off-license since.
September 20, 2022

Goodly Barrow – Waterways Museum and Café

Goodly Barrow Café and Waterways Museum has something for everyone, specializing in soups and salads, where you can step into the lives, hardships and joys, of the people who worked the waterways in the restored canal store on the banks of the Barrow .
September 15, 2022

New Moon Indian Restaurant

Indian food is characterised by a great variety of foods, spices, and cooking techniques. At New Moon, they cook everything after the order is made, allowing them to customise each dish upon request.
September 13, 2022

Conway’s Pub & Restaurant

Conway's is a family run Pub & Restaurant, situated at the foot of Mt Leinster and the start of the South Leinster way walking trail. Conway's Bar and Restaurant is well know for its top quality homestyle food, using seasonal and locally sourced produce.
August 4, 2022

Wetherspoon Restaurant & Pub

This Wetherspoon pub restaurant takes its name from the Tullow Gate, one of the four town gates of the old walls around Carlow. In 1361, ‘improvements’ to the walls were carried out at a cost of £500. However, in 1577, it was recorded that the walls of Carlow were ‘in ruins and down in many places.
March 11, 2022

Ballykealey House

Ballykealey House a fine palatial 18th century Gothic- Tudor style home, set on seven acres of lush parkland close to the picturesque village of Ballon. Nestled beneath the Blackstairs Mountains it offers guests a rural retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
March 11, 2022

The Step House Hotel

The Step House Hotel is a four-star family-run boutique hotel located in the picturesque south Carlow village of Borris at the foot of Mount Leinster and the Blackstairs Mountains.