Born and bred in Salthill

DELIVERY AREAS:
Delivery time normally takes 30 minutes from receipt of your order. We deliver to the greater Salthill area from O’Reilly’s Bar & Kitchen in the center of Salthill Village.

DELIVERY TIMES:
Closed : Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.
Open: Thursday & Friday : 4 to 8
Open: Saturday : 2 to 8, Sunday : 2 to 8

Call 091 522 610 or order online
We prepare your order fresh before delivery.

COLLECTION:
If you are collecting from O’Reilly’s Bar and Kitchen average preparation time is 15-20 minutes.

DELIVERY CHARGE:
Delivery charge €3.00

O’Reilly’s Bar and Kitchen, situated on the Salthill Seafront, Mid Way Point of the Wild Atlantic Way has a long history in the charming little Village of Salthill. It all started way back in 1959.

Today O’Reilly’s Bar and Kitchen is now operating as a gastro-pub and is proud to provide locally sourced produce to cater towards an ever-growing market in Salthill. From the refined palate of seafood lovers to the curious tourists looking for some traditional meals, from couples looking for a date night delectables and families searching for value and comfort, O’Reilly’s is proud to have something for everyone. We now deliver our delicious foods to our community in Salthill. In better weather we can even supply sun bathers with the ultimate picnic .. restaurant standard food on the beach… memorable!

OUR HISTORY

From 1959 to 2000 Ma O’Reilly owned the bar, restaurant and guest house. Her husband Stan passed away in 1979 and so Ma O’Reilly turned to family members who helped her to continue to run her prosporus business in Salthill. In 1991, her son Anthony returned from London for his 21st birthday and found himself not wanting to leave. He took over operations for 9 years and subsequently sold the property in 2000. The Lohan Family spent the next 16 years converting the building into their own family business.

In 2016, the building went on the market once again and Anthony, always having felt at home here, knew he couldn’t let it go again. He is delighted to have the pub back in the family name again and all his hopes and dreams that he had for the bar and restaurant are finally coming true.

The legend continues.

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