Food & Drink

Breakfast, Sunday Brunch, Family Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Sunday Dinner, Late Supper and Snacks in between – On the Rocks, Freshly Squeezed, Pulled, Poured, Shaken but not Stirred.  Some of the highlights of your trip will be the food and drink enjoyed - all the more so because it is sourced and produced in a responsible way.

All of our listed Cafes, Restaurants, Farmers Markets, Bars and Pubs actively implement environmental policies that include good practice to minimise food waste and very importantly source local, seasonal and sustainable ingredients. Some go a step further and work with local groups and schools to encourage healthy eating and teach cooking skills.

Choosing green tastes so good! Wherever you go ask whoever is serving you food - where does it come from? In Ireland this is known as the "Just Ask" practice promoted by Bord Bia (Irish Food Board) to encourage customers to find out the provenance of the foods they eat and to encourage restaurants, etc, to use Irish provenance food and beverages.


Kealys Seafood Restaurant

From the beginning, the philosophy has been one of responding to our immediate environment. This is why we are a seafood restaurant, as it just would not make sense to be anything else with the freshest of fish available literally 20 feet from our front door at the Greencastle harbour. Though we source all of our ingredients as locally as possible, our changing menus reflect influences from much further afield and are informed by well-travelled taste-buds. All of this we strive to provide in an environment that is relaxed and friendly — in other words, we want to give you the kind of night that we would want for ourselves.

All waste is segregated, with the emphasis on reducing waste. Energy is closely monitored and all activities in the kitchen are planned to conserve energy. Water conservation is practiced by staff, management have replaced all lights with LED lights and continue to implement environmental improvements.
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