During the current Pandemic we have closed the Pub & Restaurant. We are offering a take away and delivery Service Thursday through Sunday from 5 – 8pm with Saturday being until 9pm. You can call to order from our Menu from 4pm Thursday to Sunday 058 70957. You can pre order on our food ordering site www.anseanachai.com at any time. We deliver within a 10km radius free of charge for orders over €20 http://www.anseanachai.com
Welcome to An Seanachai Pub, Kitchen and Venue one of the oldest Thatched Pubs in Ireland. Originally a Farmhouse the Seanachai was created by an enterprising farmer who saw the opportunity to serve the mourners at the newly created adjacent Famine Graveyard in 1846. To this day the oroginal farmhouse kitchen is intact and the pub has developed over the years to house a 70 seater Restaurant, a 90 seater Venu and a very traditional Iris Pub that hold 60. You can find out more about the history of the pub on our history page
Our Restaurant has been transformed with the installation of a genuine Vallorani Pizza Oven especially imported from Italy. This Traditional Wood Burning Oven craetes that unique flavour of genuine Italian Pizza. With our Italian Pizza Chef An Seanachai offers the tastiest Pizzas in Town. Our evening menu brings in the best of Local Fresh Ingredients and turns them into Great Irish Favourites and we have a daily Seafood Menu supplied by local suppliers. See our Kitchen Page for Menus and
Originally a Courtyard the Venue is now an amazing enclosed space offering a unique audio experience by some amazing Irish artists. Seating up to 90 The Venue offers you the opportunity to see some of the countries finest acts in the most intimate of settings. For details of upcoming gigs please see our Venue dedicated page where you can also buy tickets for upcoming shows.
The Bar at An Seanachai
A long history dating back pre 1846 the main part of the long bar was in fact the livestock shed where the farm animals wouuld have been housed. The original Kitchen is still intact with what was once the bedroom now the office. It is said that Michael Collins and Eamon Develera have both spent a night in the An Seanachai.