Linnane’s Bar is located on New Quay Pier overlooking the sea. The building is over 300 years old, originally a traditional thatched cottage with a small pub and post office. In the 1990’s it was extended to open up the back to wonderful views of the bay. If you are in the Burren region and want to relax, have some good seafood or a drink, Linnane’s is just the place for you. Sit outside and enjoy the view on a sunny day or by the fire when the weather is less inclement, whatever the weather, you’ll always find a warm Irish welcome in Linnane’s, New Quay.
Linnane’s serve light snacks and full dinner menu with an emphasis on local produce including shellfish and fish. Traditional music sessions are organised throughout the year, most often on Bank Holiday weekends. While visiting Linnane’s Lobster Bar, you can walk the Flaggy shore, stop at the beach and enjoy the view, or fish for mackerel off the Pier at New Quay.
Winter Opening Times:
Bar only open Monday to Thursday @5.30.
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 12 noon serving food from 12.30 throughout the day.
- Baked Crab Served with Salad
- Poached Fillet of Salmon Served with Cream of Chive Sauce With Mash Potato & Seasonal Vegetables
- Crab Cakes Served with Salad & Cream of Chive Sauce
- Organic Smoked Salmon Pasta
- Clams in Garlic
- Clams & Pasta
- Crab Claws in Garlic Butter Served with Salad
- Scallops New Quay
- Pan-fried Scallops with bacon served on a bed of Rice with White Wine & Cream Sauce
- Fresh Lobster (1/2 Kg) with Garlic Butter
- Chicken Stuffed with Sun-dried Tomato & Mozzarella wrapped in Serrano Ham with Creamy Pesto Sauce with Mash Potato & Seasonal Vegetables
- Sirloin Steak (100% Irish Hereford) Served with Onions, Mushrooms & Pepper Sauce
Vegetarian Dish of the Day
Main Courses – Salads/Sandwiches:
- Organic Smoked Salmon Salad
- Crab Salad
- Prawn Salad
- Seafood Platter
- Kinvarra Organic Smoked Salmon, Crab Meat, Crab Claws, Mussels, Prawns & Clams
- Open Smoked Salmon Sandwich
- Open Crab Sandwich
- Open Prawn Sandwich
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