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Wild Atlantic Way

Food & Drink Experiences with Locals along the Wild Atlantic Way

Taste your way…

If there was ever a part of the world that could immerse a traveller in its unique magic, it's the Wild Atlantic Way. 2,500 km of coastal roads meandering the Atlantic Ocean on the western side of the country from Kinsale in County Cork to Muff in Co Donegal. What better way to explore this spectacular journey than eating (and shopping) local specialities first hand? You will discover the Irish way of life and uncover hidden culinary gems and off-the-beaten-track eateries. Book and enjoy the perfect mix of stunning scenery, unique culture and gastronomical delights with the very best food & drink experiences.

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Where To Eat And Drink Along the Wild Atlantic Way

Maxwells Bistro | Places To Eat Good Food Ireland
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Serving the best of local and home made food in casual surroundings, with a team of professionals out front and in the kitchen, is the ethos here. Maxwell’s has reached the modern day in a very organic way.

Galway, Galway
Richys Restaurant, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland, Co. Cork
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Expect good food, great service and highlighting local produce from Richys Restaurant.

Clonakilty, Cork
An Port Mór Exterior Shot at Night in Westport County Mayo
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Multi Award-Winning Chef, Frankie Mallon, presides over the seafood restaurant at An Port Mór in Westport, Co.Mayo

Westport, Mayo
The Lemon Tree Restaurant, Co. Donegal, Irish Food & Drink, Good Food Ireland
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This family run restaurant delights in showcasing the vast scope of local Donegal foods in their Letterkenny based eatery.

Letterkenny, Donegal
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A little gem in a country location. That’s Flanagan’s Gastro Pub in Brickens, five kilometres from Claremorris town in Co. Mayo.

Mayo
Cava Bodega, Galway, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Cava Bodega is a prime example of the popular practice of communal dining long associated with tapas.

Galway, Galway
Taste @ Gearoidin's | Places To Eat Good Food Ireland
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Fresh, seasonal and local food all feature on the menu at this centrally located cafe in Clonakilty.

Clonakilty, Cork
Tartare Café + Wine Bar, Galway, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Lower Dominick Street in Galway’s Westend is home to, Tartare Café + Wine Bar.

Galway, Galway

Top Foodie Places To Stay Along The Wild Atlantic Way

Great Southern Hotel, Killarney, Co. Kerry
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The Great Southern Killarney equals luxury in every sense. Stay and dine in this hotel based on The Ring of Kerry.

Killarney, Kerry
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Fancy a get away from it all destination? Delphi Country House and Fishing Lodge is your answer.

Leenane, Galway
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Louis Murphy runs the show here at the Dunraven Arms. He knows what his customers want. This hotelier is a Master of the Art of Charm

Adare, Limerick
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Discover the beauty of South West Kerry before resting up in the comfort of Quinlan & Boutique Townhouse.

Caherciveen, Kerry
Good Food Ireland | Places to Stay | Renvyle House Hotel & Resort
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Renvyle House Hotel offers a family friendly welcoming atmosphere on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.

Renvyle, Galway
Lawn and Exterior of Rathmullan House
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Donegal's Rathmullan House is home to a true Irish welcome, spectacular gardens, beach views, and the best of Irish produce.

Rathmullan, Donegal

Best-in-Class Producers Along The Wild Atlantic Way

Galway Goat Farm, Galway, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Larry Maguire is a goat’s cheese producer based in Dunmore, Co. Galway.

Dunmore, Galway
Goat's face from Bluebell Falls Goat's Cheese
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Bluebell Falls Goat's Cheese is a traditionally crafted young goat's cheese made in County Cork.

Charleville, Cork
Calveys Achill Mountain Lamb
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The Calveys are farming their own 100% pure bred strain of the early Mayo Blackface since 1856, and ewes are descendants of the original flock.

Achill Island, Mayo
Eilir Seaweed, Inis Mór, Co. Galway, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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The West of Ireland is home to many wondrous things, including the successful seaweed harvesting business Blath na Mara.

Aran Islands, Galway
East Ferry Farm, Co. Cork, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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The Fitzsimmon family have lived in East Ferry, Midleton, County Cork for generations. Robert Fitzsimmons' mother started the ball rolling in farming terms, when she produced a flock of 700 turkeys each year for private sale. She also produced chickens for Ballymaloe Cookery School and Ballymaloe House, and Declan Ryan's former restaurant Arbutus Lodge.

Midleton, Cork
Achill Oysters
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Achill Oysters produces farmed Pacific oysters close to a beautiful beach on the Atlantic Ocean around Achill Island.

Ennis, Clare
Kylemore Farmhouse Cheese, Co. Galway, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Kylemore Farmhouse Cheese produce Alpine Cheese using the family's dairy herd.

Loughrea, Galway

Speciality Shops, Delis & Cookery Schools Along
The Wild Atlantic Way

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Enjoy delicious range of cheeses expertly prepared by this Co. Cork cheese maker.

Cork
Richys Restaurant, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland, Co. Cork
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Expect good food, great service and highlighting local produce from Richys Restaurant.

Clonakilty, Cork
Trish with Chocolates from Wilde Irish Chocolates
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Chocolaty decadence is at the heart of this producer who prides herself on making Artisan Irish chocolate.

Tuamgraney, Clare
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Learn to cook in comfortable surrounds with the expert team at Dingle Cookery School.

Kerry
Good Food Ireland | Artisan | M J O'Neill Butchers
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Purchase only the best cuts of meat from this family run butchers in Clonakilty, Co. Cork.

Clonakilty, Cork
Ti Linn | Good Food Ireland Places To Eat
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At the foot of the Bunglass Cliffs you'll find a haven to home cooking in the artisan coffee shop Tí Linn

Carrick, Donegal