McDermott’s pub is a friendly, fun pub with great food. Try their Guinness stew—it’s the best anywhere! They offer non-traditional pub food as well, like chicken parm and lasagne. You’ll be very well taken care of at McDermott’s.
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We came here for dinner on a Friday night and we were so pleased. I also appreciated the easy parking right across the street. We ordered the fish and chips and I must say, the portions were huge. Neither of us finished our meal. We...More
We had the place to ourselves on a cold, winter’s night. The owners couldn’t have been more friendly. I had one of the best lamb burgers I’ve ever had, with just enough spice. My partner had fish and chips, which he declared were the “2nd...More
Absolutely great pub. Any pub with a fireplace is automatically a definite Yes for me, this place has 2! Great cosy pub, plenty of seating, nice big cosy fire as you walk in to great you, staff very welcoming, food is really nice also, Could...More
My Sister and I had lunch here when we first arrived in Doolin. Service was very good and the food was excellent. The Guinness was also enjoyable. It was a good beginning to our stay in Doolin.
This was our first stop after leaving Shannon. Our driver suggested this place over another that was down the road. It was cozy. Warm and welcoming. Of course we had a Guinness, fish and chips were the best I’ve had and we just came from...More
Acceptable but unexceptional meal, and convivial music. We managed a reasonable lunch here, and came back for some of the evening music. Don't recommend the sticky toffee pudding, though.
We had adrink here at lunchtime to get out of the pouring rain and we were warmly welcomed. We went back again for an evening meal and the food was typical pub food but very tasty and filling. The place was full so is obviously...More
Outstanding staff (thanks Marion & Patricia), spent 3 evenings enjoying trad music and excellent pub food (the six of us ate through the menu). Be sure to make reservations and finish your evening with a 'baby Guinness'