Restaurant

Linnane's Lobster Bar

35 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·

Tips from locals

Aoife
Aoife
August 10, 2021
Linnanes also have a Food truck serving take away food.
Annmarie
Annmarie
July 24, 2021
Fantasic Seafood/Food and fabulous views. A MUST. Needs to be booked ahead
Sorcha
Sorcha
June 21, 2021
Excellent seafood in a gorgeous setting by the water.
Sharon
Sharon
June 5, 2021
Book in advance especially if you would like an outside table with sea view
Thomas
Thomas
June 3, 2021
perfect place for dinner and a pint

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Location
New Quay, County Clare
Phone+353 65 707 8120
Reservations
Yes
Credit cards
Yes
Outdoor seating
Yes
Wifi
Yes
Menus
Brunch, lunch, dinner
Drinks
Full bar, cocktails
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