At the Man O'War Traditional Irish Bar and Restaurant we have an extensive range of packages available to cater for specific tour groups. We can offer guests a unique traditional Irish experience, only twenty minutes from Dublin Airport. We maintain the highest standards of cuisine in a traditional setting which has been a huge success over the past few years. 

A list of testimonials from past group members can be seen below. To get in touch regarding our facilities or pricing options, please click Contact Us

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Traditional Irish Breakfast

We offer a hearty and welcoming introduction to Ireland, ideal for early morning groups prior to their hotel check-in.

Early morning Full Irish Breakfast consisting of bacon, egg, sausage, black and white Pudding, tomato, mushroom and hash brown potato, freshly brewed coffee and traditional Irish breakfast tea served with homemade brown bread.


Lunch Menu

Our extensive lunch menu can be designed to suit each individual client. The following menu example can be used as a guide for lunch or evening meals.


Menu 1: Cream Soup of the Day / Boiled Bacon with parsley sauce, cabbage & creamed potatoes / Plum & Apple crumble with vanilla ice-cream

Menu 2:  Local Boyne River Salmon, vegetables & Potatoes / Homemade Apple crumble, served with fresh cream

Menu 3: Wild Mushrooms tartlet / Traditional Irish Stew / Baked creamy rice pudding with lemon & cinnamon fruit compot

Menu 4: Cream Soup of the Day / Deep fried fillet of Cod, tartare sauce, French fries & seasonal salad

Menu 5: Creamy Soup of the Day / Irish Sirloin Steak, mushrooms, onions and french fried potatoes / Homemade apple crumble with fresh cream

Menu 6: Cream Soup of the day / Steamed Rainbow trout with lemon butter, served with pan fried colcannon potatoes & parsnip & carrot purèe / Plum & apple crumble served with ice-cream

Menu 7: Cream Soup of the Day / Silverside of corned beef & dumplings served with white sauce, vegetables & potatoes / choice of desserts 

Menu 8:  Goats cheese tartlet / Beef & Guinness stew with roast herb scented vegetables & creamed potatoes / choice of desserts

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Menu 9: Cream Soup of the Day or Wild Mushroom tartlet / Fresh Dublin Bay Lobster served with vegetables and potatoes / choice of desserts

Menu 10: Cream Soup of the Day / Medallion of beef with whiskey cream sauce, served with a selection of fresh vegetables and potatoes / choice of desserts 

Menu 11: Full Irish Breakfast - Bacon, Sausage, Egg, Tomato, Black & White pudding, mushroom & hashbrown potatoes with freshly brewed coffee or Irish Breakfast tea, served with homemade Guinness brown bread 

Menu 12: Traditional Irish show (Music and Irish Dancing) with three course dinner

Traditional Irish Coffee Making Experience

We encourage our visitors to experience at first hand the making of a range of Irish Coffee liqueurs with the century old Bushmills Irish Whiskey coffee, Bailey’s coffee and introduce you to the tasting of up six different whiskies of various vintages. This interactive demonstration always proves a hit with our visiting groups; our expert barmen providing the entertainment and secret tips to make the perfect Irish Coffee

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Traditional Irish Night Experience

For the full Irish experience, why not get the most from your trip to the Man O'War? We offer a full traditional irish night, which provides guests with a three-course meal, live traditional irish music and on request, local irish dancers!

Contact us for further details on this guaranteed night to remember


Dear Martin,
What a delight it was to get off an overnight flight from Florida and be taken to your lovely pub for an Irish breakfast! I loved the authentic look of the pub and the beautiful setting. The breakfast that you served us was absolutely delicious and really made us feel welcome in Ireland.
Even thought the weather was very cold for us travel agents from Florida, the warmth of your pub and friendliness of you and your family made all of us feel warm and welcome! I will highly recommend your pub to everyone I know traveling to Ireland.
— Catherine Moore
Happy Holidays Martin,
My name is Karren Brooks. Earlier this month I was lucky enough to be on a trip and we made a special stop so we could visit your property and you served us a wonderful Irish Breakfast.
What an experience, the Pub is very cool and I love that you took the time to give us a tour and history of your property.
Again thank you for your hospitality and for allowing us to stop by and showing us around.
— Karren Brooks
This past September, my wife and I visited your pub. We were served breakfast, and since that time, I have been pining for the delightful eggs that you prepared. Nothing of the kind appears to be available in the US. The closest I’ve been able to come have been poached eggs cooked directly in boiling water. Is this how yours are made? I’d greatly appreciate any clues you might be able to provide. I can assure you that we’ll visit again the minute we reach Ireland again!
Best Regards,
— Mark Pemburn
Mr. McNulty,
Good Afternoon! My co-workers an I had a fabulous breakfast and visit this past month of November and I wanted to take a moment to Thank You for your wonderful hospitality. I can’t wait to tell to my friends to stop by the Manowar Pub and have a wonderful breakfast there as we did when they travel to Ireland it was an amazing property with an amazing staff. Again thank you so very much for having us.
— Maria Frances
Dear Martin and staff,
I wanted to personally thank you for your hospitality when I visited the Man-O-War Pub earlier this month.
Your pub and the breakfast you served was a great place to start our visit while we were in Ireland. And the tour and history of the area were excellent too.
Thank you again and I wish a wonderful holiday season to you and your staff.
— Caermen Palogruto
Hi Martin,
I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful breakfast and wonderful experience of your Pub. It was quite the welcome to Ireland. I hope to return to Ireland again someday.
Thank you again.
— Mary Wright
Dear Mr. McNulty,

Thank You for your hospitality during our Oct 30th lunch stop. (halfway) to Dublin. The food was excellent and the atmosphere was what I perceive as very inviting. This is the type of place that many (in the USA) think of and expect to see when visiting Ireland. I will add my comments to “Trip Advisor” and refer to it as a favorite must see place when in the area.

Until we can share a pint again, Good Day Sir.
One of the two Lads from the USA that have horses.
— Brett O. Baker