|The Village Tavern, Mountcharles|
|The dining room of The Village Tavern|
The Village Tavern is at the front a bar and at the end of the bar you go down a couple of steps into the restaurant which is cosy and comfortable and on fine days or evenings you can sit outside on their covered decking for a drink or to eat. Alternatively you can also eat in the bar.
|Lamb shank and creamy mash at The Village Tavern, Mountcharles|
|Monkfish and Prawn with Garlic Butter and Topped with Mozzarella|
|Bacon and Potato Soup with Homemade Brown Bread|
|The Seafood Platter in The Village Tavern, Mountcharles|
As with all the restaurants and cafes I recommend, the service here is excellent. Really pleasant, helpful staff who are friendly without being at all intrusive. It is so easy to be pleasant and restaurants would do well to realise this and make every effort to employ and train staff to who actually care about their work and their restaurant.
|Chocolate and Orange Cheesecake|
|An americano at The Village Tavern|
|The view from the pier, Mountcharles|
For less lazy people, one of the other good things about dining in The Village Tavern is that you can take a stroll down the street and a walk along the shoreline of the bay along to the pier there. Alternatively you could do what we often do and drive down to the pier and get out of the car and enjoy a bit of fresh sea air, perhaps sitting a while on the seats on the pier enjoying the perfect views of the bay and across to the distinctive Sligo mountain, Benbulben.
THE NITTY GRITTY
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Disabled Friendly: There bar is ground level and then there are two or three steps down into the restaurant area but you can dine in the bar.
Child Friendly: Yes, child portions and baby chairs available.
Contact: Tel: +353 (0)74 9735622 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org