Food & Nightlife

Wexford Food and nightlife not to be missed

Wexford food and nightlife scene is as diverse as the landscape in which it lies, offering an extremely wide variety of choice in Irish specialities, hidden delights, and a taste of the unexpected.

County Wexford boasts a rich culinary heritage, hence being known as the Model county reflecting our superlative agricultural and food scene dating back thousands of years. Taste Wexford is the initiative to bring people on a journey of growing & making food through experiences, to build the community and develop Wexford as an immersive food destination.

Stemming from this culture, County Wexford is home to some of the country's finest local, food and drink producers and businesses.

Such products can be found in the menus of our many restaurants, cafés and accommodation providers as well as on the shelves of the speciality grocers scattered across the county.

Or maybe you would prefer to visit the producers and farmers themselves at a food festival or one of the #TasteWexford food and drink trails or experiences.

Regardless of your dining preferences, the diverse food and drink scene is sure to leave you with a lasting impression and make you reimagine county Wexford as a food and drink destination.

For tea visit one of the many Cafés & Delis offering delicious treats around Gorey, New Ross, Enniscorthy or Wexford Town.

Wexford also offers a great variety of pubs and nightclubs to enjoy nightlife after a delicious dinner. Expect to find loads of live music, cherish crowds and lovely chats with locals. 

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Come and enjoy Wexford food and nightlife this summer

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Cushens Bar & Lounge

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Cushen’s Bar is a simple, old-fashioned and unpretentious place that serves really great traditional food and the creamiest pints of Guinness that only an old bar can produce!

Sugar & Spice Cafe

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Sugar and Spice (and all things nice) is situated in the heart of Bunclody. Warm and friendly staff provide high quality fresh foods sourced local to feed local. You will feel welcome whether from near or far. Sit and enjoy a delicious freshly ground coffee with freshly baked delights made on the premises. With our […]

Karoo Cafe & Farm Shop

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Karoo is a warm inviting place, away from all the frills and hype of “Run of the mill Eateries” that blends all that is good about South Africa and Killinick! At Karoo what you see is what you get. Big, bold coffees made with a unique blend of coffee beans. Generous portions of tasty sarnies […]

Culletons of Kilrane

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Known locally as “the first and last bar in Ireland” due to its proximity to the Europort at Rosslare! A traditional Irish pub, packed with memorabilia and lots of quirky items, popular with locals and visitors enjoying their first (or last!) pint of “real Guinness” before the ferry awaits! Lots of live music and events […]

Mannion’s Pub

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Owned and operated by husband & wife team Emmet & Lisa Hall, Mannions is located on the edge of the busy town of New Ross. Mannions pub has firmly made its mark on the dining scene in the South East Head Chef Nigel Teague places a firm emphasis on using local, sustainable produce & organic […]

Corcorans of New Ross

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Located in New Ross, County Wexford, Corcoran’s is the type of pub where you go in a stranger and come out almost a ‘local’. Such is the friendly atmosphere that you can have a chat at the bar or find a quiet corner to sip your pint and read a book. Situated in a medieval […]

The Vine Cottage Bar

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Vine Cottage Bar is a traditional Irish Pub that has been in the same family for over four generations. Soak up the atmosphere, relax and enjoy the hospitality of Vine Cottage Bar. Built on the sunny banks of Bannow Bay the pub also has a spacious beer garden with a dedicated enclosed child safe area. […]

Mary Barry’s Restaurant

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Mary Barry’s Bar, with their much-loved head chef Nicky Cullen, is renowned for its extensive menu and especially their selection of seafood landed locally in Kilmore Quay. The restaurant is large and spacious yet still retains a cosy rural atmosphere and outside there is a large children’s area so adults can enjoy a digestif in […]

The Cracked Teapot

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Tucked away on the winding and ancient medieval streets of New Ross, this is a hidden gem worth finding and only a short 3-minute stroll from the Quay, home to the Dunbrody Ship and the Ros Tapestry. The quirky decor of the Cracked Teapot plays homage to the tearooms of the past but the menu […]

The Wilds

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The Wilds is an award winning café, home & lifestyle store located in a landmark period building in the heritage town of Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford. Our breakfast and lunch menu focuses on local, organic and quality dishes with a wide selection to suit all tastes including coeliac, vegetarian and vegan and stock a selection of […]

French’s of Gorey Pub

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FRENCH’S is one of the most beloved pubs in Gorey, Co. Wexford — a proper Irish pub that has stood in the town since around 1775. Despite renovations over the years, it has managed to retain its old-school charm. The result? One of the most charming pubs in the south-east. Like all the best drinking […]

The Courtyard Ferns

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Located in the historical village of Ferns in the heart of County Wexford and the sunny Southeast of Ireland – The Courtyard is your perfect choice for delicious food in relaxed and friendly surroundings. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our menu combines modern and classic influences offering the very best of fresh seasonal […]