Homemade Soup of the Day  (G) with Brown Soda Bread € 4.75  (1,4,2)

Atlantic Seafood Chowder  (G) with Brown Soda Bread € 6.25  (1,4,6,7,11,2)

Premium Burren Smoked Salmon  (G) with Mini Capers, Homemade Red Onion Marmalade,Potato Salad and Mixed Greens, Served with Brown Soda Bread. € 10.50  (3,5,6,11,2)

Garlic & Lemon Grass Crab Claws served in a cream sauce with Salad & Brown Bread €10.50  (4,7,11)

Classic Caesar Salad with Parmesan Cheese, Croutons and a Cream dressing   €8.00  with Smoked Chicken € 9.50  (2,3,4)

McGann’s Wings  (G) with Spicy BBQ Sauce € 7.50 (1)

Classic Prawn Cocktail Served in a Marie Rose Sauce with Salad  €9.50 (1,3,7,11)

Goats Cheese & Roast Pear Salad  (G) on a Bed of Greens, Bluebell Falls Goats Cheese and Candied Walnuts  € 8.95 (4,5,8)

Main Course

McGann's Roast of the day Served with Mashed Potato & seasonal Veg & Gravy €13.50  (1,5,11,4)

Doolin Cod & Chips in a Crispy Beer Batter Mixed Green Salad & Homemade Tartar Sauce  €14.50 (2,3,6,11)

Tagliatelle with Chorizo & Chicken Breast Mixed Bell Pepper & Parmesan Cheese in a White Wine Cream Sauce €13.00 (2,3,4,11)

Marinated Chicken Supreme (G) Served with Coconut Rice, mixed Peppers & Courgette €11.95  (4,11)

Irish Beef 8oz Burger with Crispy Bacon & Melted Cheese, Sweet Tomato Relish Served with Salad & Chips €12.95 (2,3,4,5,10)

Slow Braised Lamb Shank  (G) On Wholegrain Mustard Mash, Rosemary Jus & Country Vegetables €16.25 (1,4,5,11)

McGann’s Irish Beef & Vegetable Stew (G) with Homemade Brown Bread €11.95 (1,4,11)

Prime Irish Sirloin 10oz Steak  (G) Cooked to order, Served with Creamed Potatoes, Portabelo Mushroom & Onions, Garlic Butter or Pepper Sauce €18.95 (1,4,11)

Vegetarian Dish of the Day Changes frequently, check Special’s Board €12.00

 Side Orders

Homemade Brown Bread €2.50

Green Salad €2.50

Vegetables €2.50

Mashed Potato €2.50

Coleslaw €2.50

Side of Chips €2.50


Apple Crumble €4.95

McGann’s Chocolate Dessert €4.95

Lemon Eton Mess with Biscuits €4.95

Selection of Ice Cream €3.50

Under 12’s Menu

Tagliatelle Pasta with Fresh Tomato Sauce €5.00

Mini Battered Fish and Chips & Vegetables €7.00

Half portions of some of dishes available

Sausages with Mash and Vegetables €5.00

Chicken Goujons with Mash and Vegetables  (G) €5.00


Dishes that contain Allergens

Celery: Soup, Chowder, Stew and Coleslaw, Wings (Dip), Lamb Shank, Pulled Pork.

Gluten: Caesar Salad (Croutons), Fish & Chips (Batter), Pulled Pork (Bun), Tagliatelle, Burger, Brown & White Bread, Nachos, Onion Rings.

Egg: Smoked Salmon Salad (Mayo Potato Salad), Fish & Chips (Tartar) and Brown & White Bread,Tagliatelle, Ceaser Dressing.

Dairy: Soup, Chowder, Pear Salad, Potato Skins, Caesar Salad (Parmesan), Tagliatelle, Burger (Cheese), Shank (Potatoes) and Steak (Pepper & Garlic Mash), Brown & White Bread, Nachos (Cheese)

Mustard: Pear Salad (Dressing), House Salad (Dressing), Fish & Chips (Dressing) and Shank (Potatoes), Smoked Salmon Salad (Potato Salad)

Fish: Chowder, Smoked Salmon Salad and Fish & Chips

Mollouscs: Chowder

Nuts: Pear Salad

Peanuts: No peanuts in the kitchen but cannot guarantee against cross contamination

Sesame Seeds: Pulled Pork (Bun)

Sulphur Dioxide:  Chowder, Smoked Salmon Salad, Pulled Pork, Fish & Chips, Tagliatelle, Shank, Stew and Steak (Pepper Sauce)

Allergen Notice  Our Menu contains food allergens like diary, egg, gluten, peanuts and shellfish.

When ordering please alert a member of staff to any food allergies you may have. While we use reasonable

effort to inform our guests of ingredients / allergens in our food, due to cross contamination

and other factors, we cannot guarantee that any food item will be free of any specific allergen.

By removing items in brackets, the dish is then Allergen Free.

Soya Bean Oil is used in our Fryers

 Breakfast Menu available from 10 am to 11.30 am daily all year round.

A list of links which you may find useful.

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Aloha Surf School in Fanore

Bens Surf Clinic
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Burren Smokehouse, Lisdoonvarna
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Burren College of Art
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Celtic Jewellery made in Doolin
Celtic Designs I & RFB Silversmith, craft traditional and contemporary jewellery inspired by old Celtic patterns.

Cliffs of Moher Cruises, Doolin
Experience a voyage of discovery along 8 km of shoreline beneath the majestic Cliffs of Moher.

Cliffs of Moher
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Doolin Crafts

Doolin Cave
Visit one of the largest free hanging stalactities in the world and the longest stalactite in the Northern Hemisphere.

Doolin Ferries
Visit all three of the stunningly beautiful Aran Islands, only 20 min from Doolin and one of the last outposts of Gaelic civilisation, where Irish is still the spoken language.

Walking Tours of the Burren
Explore on foot some of the most unspoilt and spectacular scenery in the West of Ireland.

Lahinch Golf Course
This championship golf course occupies a very special place in Irish golf: its location, its history, and its characterful layout all contribute to a really special experience for any golfing enthusiast.

Rockclimbing in the Burren

Shannon Ferries
The main tourist routes of the West of Ireland's Shannon Region are linked via the Killimer-Tarbert car ferry

Located at Hotel Doolin and featuring an extensive range of traditionaland modern jewellery including the best of sterling silver celticjewellery 

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imecofarm is the first Renewable Energy and Eco Centre in Ireland. It has received a lot of local and also national interest with RTE televising it on Higher Ground", as one of 8 top new business ideas out of 120 new start up business's in Ireland.
The Family Fun Eco Centre, Islandmagrath, Clarecastle, Co Clare

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McGanns Pub Doolin Directions
Sat Nav : 53°01'06.3"N 9°22'18.1"W                 53.018426, -9.371687

From Shannon Airport/Limerick to Doolin.

1. Leaving Shannon Airport or Limerick head North on the N18 to Ennis.
2. Continue straight through Ennis until you see a sign indicating a left turn for Ennistymon via the N85
3. Straight through Ennistymon towards Lisdoonvarna on the N67, then left on the R478 at the main cross roads 1   mile before Lisdoonvarna, indicating Cliffs of Moher / Doolin.
4. Travel 3 miles, turn right at a small petrol station heading towards the sea.
5. One mile further on come to a crossroads with a number of signs. Turn right for McGanns Pub.

Alternative route from Ennistymon via Cliffs of Moher (scenic route).
1. Turn left in Ennistymon to Lahinch (2 miles), then right onto the R478 to the Cliffs of Moher.
2. Continue past the Cliffs of Moher for 4 miles to a small petrol station.
3. Turn left towards the sea - follow as below.

From Galway to Doolin

1. Leave Galway on the N18 towards Ennis/Shannon Airport/Limerick.
2. At Kilcolgan turn right to Kinvara, then to Ballyvaughan (turn left) and Lisdoonvarna on the N67.
3. At the square in Lisdoonvarna turn right towards Doolin. 0.75 of a mile further on turn right again and then after another 200 yards turn left.
4. Travel 2.75 miles until you come to a T-junction with Doolin church on the corner. Turn left for McGanns Pub.

Alternative route from Ballyvaughan via Coast Road (scenic route)
1. Turn right in Ballyvaughan onto the R477.
2. Travel 16 miles; turn right onto the R479 at Ballinalacken Castle. This is the first right onto a main road that you will come to after leaving Ballyvaughan.
3. Travel 2 miles straight to McGanns Pub.

Doolin Village was given it's name by the Townland of Doolin which lies half way between Fisherstreet and Roadford. This was once the location of Doolin House, Residence of the poet Francis MacNamara, the Landlord of this area in those days.
Nicolette, the daughter of Francis MacNamara and author of the book "Two Flamboyant Fathers" was married to Anthony Devas. The first couple of chapters of her book will give you some understanding of the characteristics of the MacNamaras, their friends and some of the old characters of Doolin in days long gone. Her sister Caitlín was married to the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. Regular visitors to Doolin also included well-known writers and artists, such as Augustus John, J.M. Synge and George Bernard Shaw.

Maybe it was the influence off those free and rebellious spirits, their love for the arts and their eccentricity that made Doolin such an accepting and forgiving place - rather more metropolitan than rural in it's ways.

One of the Stone Circles around Doolin

Rumour has it that it was in Doolin that J.R.R. Tolkien got his inspiration for
'The Lord Of The Rings'...

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