O'Looney's Surf Bar and Night Club - Countyclare
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Directions to O'Looney's Surf Bar and Night Club
Paying homage to Lahinch’s best loved sport of surfing, O’Looney’s Surf Bar and Nightclub is ideally situated on the promenade of Lahinch, making it the perfect place to relax in after a long day of catching the waves on the Atlantic Ocean. Showing the sports on screens and providing live music, the bar has a relaxed and social atmosphere. Live music is played every Friday and Saturday during the summer, with the nightclub being open every Saturday from 11.30pm, hosting a range of guest bands and DJs.
The bar menu comprises of traditional food, including the likes of chowder and fish and chips, with a modern take. Takeaway foods of freshly made products are also available to help you put together the perfect beach picnic. You can make your own sandwiches or paninis from the deli counter and grab yourself an ice cream from the wide selection available. To see more about the available menus, click here.
O’Looney’s is also available to hire for private parties and celebrations.
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