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Club Choice Ireland Events LA MARINE


BISTRO Rosslare


Celebrating 20 years of quality & Service


GOURMET GOLF RESTAURANTS


THE LOBSTER POT Seafood and Steak Bar


Early Bird Dinner - Spring/Autumn (Sun - Fri 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm)


2-Courses Sunday Lunch


Take a stroll on Rosslare Beach followed by a delicious lunch in La Marine Bistro. A lovely way to spend a Sunday!


Vouchers for all occasions.


T: 053 9132114 E: info@kellys.ie www.kellys.ie


WEXFORD CARNE 5 kms WELCOME TO ONE OF IRELANDS BEST SEAFOOD BARS


CARNESORE POINT, CO. WEXFORD TEL: +353 (0) 53-9131110 E: info@lobsterpotwexford.com


TAGOAT


ROSSLARE HARBOUR


The Lobster Pot per person€23 3-Courses per person€27


Exceptional Dining at Clayton Whites Hotel


Following an exhilarating day on one of Wexford’s beautiful golf courses, Clayton Whites Hotel (formerly Whites of Wexford) is the ideal place to relax post round and enjoy delicious locally sourced food and a drink with friends.


The Library Bar


serves a carvery lunch menu, extensive evening barfood menu and a wide selection of specialty drinks, wines, beers, craft beers and cocktails daily from 12.00pm.


The Terrace Restaurant


offers a great value Early Bird menu from 5.30pm each day and full table d’hote menu from 7.00pm.


in the main foyer is open from 9.00am and offers homemade sweets, treats and light lunches until evening.


The Coffee Dock


+353 53 912 2311 info.whites@claytonhotels.com claytonwhiteshotel.com Abbey Street, Wexford


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