Seafood, Irish, Vegetarian options
Open now 09:00 - 23:30
$$$$ Price range per person 11-20 €
3 George's Quay, Limerick
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Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland

St. Mary's Cathedral can be on your route by default, the clients' piece of advice is to come to this bar. At The Locke, pay attention to mouthwatering oysters, smoked salmon and fish & chips. Nicely cooked sticky toffee pudding, cheesecakes and caramel ice cream are the tastiest dishes. Here you may order good irish beer, cider or Irish coffee. It might be good to enjoy delicious latte, lemonade or tea.

Visit this place to celebrate an anniversary, wedding or a birthday party. The professional staff meets you at this spot all year round. Fabulous service is something clients like here. Democratic prices are to be expected at this bar. You will certainly appreciate the cool atmosphere and divine decor. The Locke has been rated by guests and gained the 4.5 rating on Yelp.

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Was recommended to me by someone at the Hunt museum. Did not disappoint. Went for lunch and would have liked to return for dinner. Great food, great ambiance. On a cold day, I recommend sitting in the side room with the fire place.
Really cool place to eat, right on the canal front between the River Shannon and The River Abbey.  The scenery can't be beat! It does get crowded but if you can't find a seat inside, there's a ton of seating outside, and even across the street.  If you are dining outside, you have to order and prepay inside, then they bring your food out to you. We had the Fisherman's Pie for €17.50 and the Classic Steak and Ale Pie for €15.00 The Classic Steak and Ale Pie was pretty much steak and gravy stuffed into a puffed pastry.  It was good, but it was really just steak and gravy. It kind of reminded me of the Mexican carne guisada dish, but wrapped up in a French pastry instead of a tortilla. Kind of salty like carne guisada can be.  It was a huge serving, and the pastry was soft and flaky.  It came with plenty of French fries, and also a side of marrowfat peas (you'll have to Google that one like I did to find out what it is - they were good though!). The Fisherman's Pie was ok.  It was a mixture of haddock, cod, and smoked salmon, topped with parmesan mashed potatoes. The combination tasted a little on the fishy side and the smoked salmon seemed to add a heavy, salty, smoky taste to the dish.  It included a decent side salad. We ended the night with the creme brulee for €6.50 Draft beers are just a tad over €5.  Not bad for a tourist area I guess. Traditional Irish music started right at 5.  It was a two piece band, consisting of an acoustic guitar player and a fiddle player.  Occasionally, an Irish folk dancer would come out and dance a jig.  All in all, it was a great experience. The service was very friendly, but they didn't check up on us very often, so I would rate it as average.
The Locke Bar is a great place to go in Limerick! We loved our Seafood Pie and cheeseburger! Plus, as an added bonus, we heard live Trad music. This was a fantastic place to start out our time in Limerick! It also has great outdoor seating.
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Address
3 George's Quay, Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland
Features
Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Сredit cards accepted Takeaway Parking Booking TV Wheelchair accessible No delivery
Opening hours
SundaySun 09:00-23:30
MondayMon 09:00-23:30
TuesdayTue 09:00-23:30
WednesdayWed 09:00-23:30
ThursdayThu 09:00-23:30
FridayFri 09:00-00:30
SaturdaySat 10:00-00:30
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