Sadly it was closed, but this a must visit place whilst in Cong, this bar features in the classic John Wayne Maureen o'Hara film the quite man,
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We visited here as part of a trip to Mayo and Galway. It was as before a lovely place pleasant staff and great food and enjoyable experience. Off season can always prove a challenge for rural areas so I compliment this establishment for their dedication....More
A really nice spot to eat if you are staying in Cong. Our meals were really good and staff was friendly and helpful. Definitely recommend!
Not only is the pub a reminder of what was but also it touches the memory of the movie "Quiet Man". My sister-in-law and I could imagine the movie's action. Just looking at the Pub, we could see why it was chosen as a movie...More
Everyone who has ever watched The Quite Man knows Pat Cohan’s Bar from the movie. So when you are walking down in the village being able to step inside and eat in the bar is very appealing to a fan of the classic movie. Problem...More
Great food and good service! It is right in town and has a historic feel. It is worth a visit. Try the open face sandwiches.
As appealing as it is to visit a filming location for "The Quiet Man", Pat Cohan's could stand on its own even without the Hollywood connection. First of all, the place is absolutely beautiful. Nice and cozy, not pretentious, and very inviting. Next, the service...More
I enjoyed my fish dish but the chips were cooked in an oil that was rancid. My husband ordered a burger and chips and his chips were totally different to mine. When I asked the waiter to change my chips and the reason why, he...More
Wasn't expecting much of the food here, but it was quite tasty. Fish and chips was uneven. Fish was fantastic, chips less so. Buy honestly, I'd get it again just for the outstanding fish. And the bread, made on the premises, is ridiculously good. I...More