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Recommended Pubs and Restaurants in County Antrim

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There are a total of 20 premises in this area.


The Dungeon Bar
The Dungeon Bar Ballygally Castle Hotel
274 Coast Road
Ballygally
BT40 2QR
(028) 2858 1066 (T)

Situated at the base of the old tower at the hotel, this bar is a must on a dark winter night. Sit in the inglenook next a roaring fire and talk about the ghost, known as the Lady Isabella Shaw, whose abode is only floors above your head. Dating from the mid 1600's and once a coastguard station it is now a popular spot for wedding venues and events.


O'Kanes
O'Kanes 22 Main Street
Randalstown
BT41 3AB
(028) 9447 3101 (T)

Town centre pub with tiled floor, lots of old bottles, mirrors and a real fire. A big selection of whiskeys and liquors vie with the usual bric-a-brac. Decorative (but non functional - as in sawn in half!) wooden casks. Pool room and lounge to the rear. Check out the glass cabinet on the outside wall at the rear entrance.
A CAMRA Heritage Pub


Clenaghan's Bar & Restaurant
Clenaghan's Bar & Restaurant 48 Soldierstown Road
Aghalee
BT67 OES
(028) 9265 2952 (T)
(028) 9265 2251 (F)
www.clenaghans.com/ (W)
info@clenaghans.com (E)

QUOTE:
Clenaghans Restaurant will close after Saturday 5 September 2015 until further notice. Please contact us via email if you have any queries regarding existing bookings or gift vouchers. Our accommodation will continue to operate as normal.


The Londonderry Arms
The Londonderry Arms 24 Harbour Road
Carnlough
BT44 0EU
(028) 2885 5255 (T)
(028) 2888 2563 (F)
www.theglensofantrim.com/ (W)
lda@glensofantrim.com (E)

An award winning restaurant and hotel of 21 rooms, it was built as a coaching inn around 1848 by the Marchioness of Londonderry. It was passed down through the family until Winston Churchill sold it in the late 1920's. Excellent stopover point when travelling the famous "Glens of Antrim".


Mary McBride's
2 Main Street
Cushendun
BT44 0PH
(028) 2176 1511 (T)

One of the smallest pubs in Ireland (The Glass Jar, Belfast, was the smallest but it was razed to the ground in 2001) and once part of the National Trust it once measured 5ft x 9ft 6in. It has gone through a renovation that still leaves it with most of its charm. A great staging post to break the journey around the Glens of Antrim. Sadly the small public bar has now been opened into the main area and cannot be classified as "THE smallest bar".
A CAMRA Heritage Pub


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