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Steeped in history, Claregalway offers a myriad of delights. We find the ruins of the picturesque Franciscan monastery which dates back to 1290. This Friary has withstood time and powerful historical upheavals such as the suppression and the expulsion of the friars by the Cromwellian troops. Close by lie the remains of Claregalway Castle which was strongly fortified in 1642 by the Earl of Clanricard. Now aptly situated on the banks of the River Clare, which winds its way through Claregalway, you find the newest treasure, Bruach na hAbhainn.

The restaurant provides a homely yet stylish atmosphere, with a warm welcome always guaranteed. Our chef has compiled a menu of high quality, classical cuisine using local, fresh produce. A selection of wines from both the old and new world is available to compliment Chef McArdle’s culinary creations.

We appreciate that you have a favoured dish or special dietary requirements, if you have such a request please don’t hesitate to ask.

Bruach na hAbhainn Restaurant, Summerfield, Claregalway.
Telephone 091 799 199

Well, we have made it past the one year mark, and we can look back on it indeed with a sense of pride and celebration. Our first year in business proved to be challenging and satisfying.

We at Bruach na hAbhainn would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers and friends who have supported us throughout the year. We wish all of you a happy and peaceful Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

Management and Staff