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Have to stop as I was starving. Thankfully all guidelines in place and it felt safe to stay for a meal unless other places in west clare.
Great service but mostly safe and compliant with guidelines.
Gorgeous pub with a proper Irish feel to it located in the heart of beautiful Corofin. Really enjoyed the beef special with potatoes and veg as we sat near the open fire.
The trad music was a pleasant surprise too. We’ll be back soon 👌🏼
Before heading out into the Burren, we stopped at the National Park Office in Corofin and then explored lunch options along Main Street. Bofey Quinn's had an open door, so, we checked it out. It turned out to be a great spot for lunch.
The...Wrap and Cup of Soup combo (see photo) was terrific and, for 8.80 euros, was an incredible value. The fresh wrap was filled with hummus, spinach, beetroot, apple, carrot, and feta and was much tastier than similar wraps we'd had at other, pricier spots on our trip. The carrot soup that came with it was first rate.
While service was friendly, it was a tad slow for a quiet weekday (we had to get up to check on our order and, later, get our bill). But that didn't take away from our overall experience, since the food was so good and the setting (wood panel ceilings, an enormous thick table in front of an enormous stone hearth, musical instruments on the walls) was so atmospheric.
If you need to find a lunch spot in Corofin that serves up tasty food at very reasonable prices, Bofey Quinn's is definitely a find!More
We pass through Corofin always on our travels in the summer months when we come over and we always make a beeline for this place after a days walking out in The Burren.
The pub is nicely situated at the end of town and we...try to make sure we can go for a Friday night as there is a traditional session on in there which is brilliant so we can relax after our food.
The pub is great and the locals are a real friendly bunch and so is the owner a real friendly Dub.You can relax in the pub or stand at the bar so something for everyone.
Now for the food!
It’s just local stuff and the usual soups and hot meals but nothing too fancy but we’ve never had a bad meal in here and the portions are big so you won’t go hungry and the fish & chips I go for every time which I find delicious.
Worth looking up if your around that way you won’t be disappointed.More
Called in here early evening. The girl who was there was very smiley and welcoming. We order a couple of pints of really good Guinness. Good atmosphere so we ordered food and more Guinness as you do. Later on in the evening various people arrived...and as if from no where the music started. We had a great night, the food was wholesome, the atmosphere was great, the music superb and did I mention the Guinness was excellentMore