Uniquely situated on the banks of the river Shannon, the Curragower Bar is the heart of Limerick’s Medieval Quarter. With spectacular views of King John’s Castle, the Curragower Falls and Limerick City Hall, the Curragower is the ideal place to take in all the city has to offer. This is the perfect stopover on the way to Thomond Park and has become renowned for its festival atmosphere before and after Munster matches.The Curragower prides itself on its no-nonsense approach to food. The philosophy is simple – they use only seasonal fresh ingredients and locally sourced seafood. Whether it is fresh Carrigaholt mussells or the homemade seafood chowder, you wont be dissapointed.
Already renowned as ameeting place before andafter games in ThomondPark, the Curragowerlooks on track to establishingitself as the placeto go for great, reasonablypriced seafood in the city. The Curragower has long been a city landmark and now under the new management team of Cian Bourke and Brian Murphy, it has been given a fresh injection of energy – and its revamped menu has been getting plenty of positive comments from those in the know.
Tel:061 321 788