09 Aug Looking for some Dan Kelly’s Cider during the Fleadh? Here are 6 places you’ll find it in…
The Fleadh Cheoil is coming to our hometown of Drogheda again and we’re VERY excited! The town is going to be buzzing with music for eight days and nights and it’s going to be amazing! Now, it wouldn’t be a visit to Drogheda without having a pint of Drogheda’s own Dan Kelly’s Cider, so here are a few places you’ll be able to get your hands on it during the Fleadh…
Located at the corner of Peter Street and Fair Street, this is one pub you won’t want to miss. Sit in the beer garden or take shelter from the weather in this cozy, well-known pub. Either way, make sure you have a glass of cider to hand!
Eastern Seaboard and Grill, Bryanstown
One of Drogheda’s best-known restaurants, people come from far and wide to eat at the Eastern Seaboard. This is a must-visit during your time here. They have a range of beautiful dishes that go extremely well with our ciders… nom!
Not only do these guys do great food and a wonderful range of drinks (including yours truly), they’re also hosting the Céilí Picnic – a pop-up music festival for the whole family. Check it out here!
Salthouse Brasserie, 1 North Quay
You’ll have no trouble finding the Salthouse as it is just on the corner as you make your way from the Bull Ring and across the mighty River Boyne. You’ll find service with a smile here, lots of options for lunch and dinner and of course, Dan Kelly’s Cider to accompany your meal.
If you’d like to go a little further afield during the Fleadh here are two restaurants you won’t want to miss.
Lime Kiln, Julianstown, Co. Meath
For live music, outstanding food and one of the prettiest beer gardens around, The Lime Kiln is the place to go. It’s only a few minutes drive from Drogheda and is definitely worth a detour during your stay.
The Glyde Inn, Annagassan, Co. Louth
If all the ‘craic agus cheoil’ gets a bit much, get yourself over to the Glyde Inn in Annagassan. Breathe in the sea air while you take in one of the most beautiful views in Louth. Add a cider into the mix and you’ve got yourself the makings of a great visit!