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Nancy's doesn't serve Smithwicks and for this alone I give it six stars out of a possible five.
Family run bar of great and justifiable renown.
The range of craft beers is superb and expertly kept.
The staff are warm, welcoming, friendly and helpful beyond...More
Found this place in Ireland's Lonley Plant Guide while planning a visit to Ardara. The food was delicious we both had Charlie's Supper (smoked salmon & prawns cooked in garlic & chilli butter). The Irish Coffee was good the cream stayed floating on top just...More
Somehow, with a name like Nancy's seafood bar, we expected something different than the many small roomed pub with low ceilings, extensive paraphernalia on the walls, and eclectic tables and benches (think wooden tabletop above an old treadle sewing machine). But it was wonderful seeing...More
We could have eaten great Seafood in Killybegs but we drove to Nancy's in Ardara. The wait staff was unfriendly and the seafood was the worst we have had in Ireland. My husband liked his Guinness Stew but the other three of us were very...More
Oysters and Guinness were the order for us. Old world, charmingly distressed decor that has lasted for probably 150 years. Great friendly staff, warm welcome and unpretentious. The oysters were straight from the bay and excellent. These people do what they do exceptionally well!
If James Joyce enjoyed it how could we not ?
Well trying a place is the best way to form an opinion so we did ..
Suffice to say JJ would use prose beyond me but I would be in full agreement this little beauty...More
Now with the plethora of great craft breweries popping up good beer is available almost everywhere indeed Donegals own Kinnegar Brewery being one if the finest. A lot of the watery tasteless mass production stuff is horrid and we now have great alternatives. So being...More
We stopped at Nancy’s for dinner and came after 8pm during the week so it was beverages for us. Welcoming bartender/host. We were given the tour, and even got to see “the good room”; we plan to be back.
Nancy is the former proprietor who...More