Places to Eat and Drink in Malin Head

Farrens Bar

Estabilished in 1825 our Family run bar is located in Malin Head. It’s an old style bar that has a local atmospere with a warm welcome at the fire. In Farren’s we put your name/Shamrock on the head of your Guinness making a lovely photo of your trip on the Wild Atlantic Way. At Farren’s our tasty pizzas is available and served up till closing time at 1am. Farren’s is a place where you could come in and talk to the locals who are the friendliest in the country. We are walking distance from all the local landmarks including the wee house of malin and Banba’s Crown (Ireland’s Most Northerly Point). Entertainment is provided seasonally. 23hr license and local knowledge on fishing and walking routes to name but a few services that we provide. We’re Ireland’s most northerly pub

The Seaview Bar

In the most picturesque part of Inishowen, overlooking off-shore islands, The Seaview Tavern at Malin Head has wonderful sea views and a restaurant serving fresh local seafood.
Seaview Tavern also overlooks Inistrahull Island’s Lighthouse, Sandport Beach, the hills of Scotland, and Portmore Pier.
It is the most northerly bar, restaurant and guest house complex in Ireland and the only licensed premises in Malin Head with sea views from every room. Each room also has free wireless internet.

Wild Strands Caife

Wild Strands Caife in Malin Head Community Centre is the HQ of Wild Strands Ltd. It’s creative eclectic, seasonal, local and organic menu provides customers with a real unique wild taste, all cooked with seaweed in our wood fired oven. The family’s local tradition of Wild Strands is a creative marine and coastal tourism company offering bespoke tours along the spectacular North West coast based around Wild Food and Maritime Adventure.
Wild Strands develops Slow Adventure Food Experiences harnessing the wealth of Maritime Heritage of this area. Offers demonstrations, talks and guided walking tours

Caffe Banba

Caffe Banba is Irelands most Northerly Bakery and Coffee Shop – but most people just call us the cafe on wheels. We are a small family business (Dominic and wife Andrea), run from our home and bakery in Irelands most northerly townland, Ballyhillion, Malin Head, on the beautiful rugged Donegal coast.

The Crossroads Inn

A historic landmark, The Crossroads Inn is under new ownership,
Paddy & Aisling Doherty, and they reopened to the public on August 1, 2017.
Come see our refurbished bar and lounge!!

Caffe Banba Malin Head

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