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Mary McBride's

Main Street, Cushendun, County Antrim, BT44 0PH
Mary McBride's

About

Mary McBride's was once one of the smallest bars in Ireland. Mary's is full of character, history and has many interesting stories to be told about the late Mary McBride who was the landlady in years gone by. McBride's is situated in the beautiful village of Cushendun and is a must when visiting the village.

Our bar serves traditional meals throughout the year. Steak and Guinness pie served with champ is a popular dish with many visitors as is our Cock and Bull and Crispy Chilli Chicken. We also offer Cod or Scampi and on occasion we offer a delicious Seafood Chowder as a special. When you pop in make sure and leave room for our gorgeous home made desserts cheesecakes, apple pie or lemon meringue and many more.

Mary McBride's stocks a wide range of drinks, including Irish Whiskeys, Guinness and can even make you an Irish coffee.

McBride's has live music most weekends and runs some fun themed nights throughout the year including Mr and Mrs show, murder mystery nights, bumper quizzes and a very popular Halloween fancy dress night.
On a Monday night join the locals for our quiz, and a live session were any musicians are welcome takes place through the week in Mary's.

Come along and enjoy all that Mary McBride's has to offer. It's a bar not to be missed. Home to door number 8 of the Game of Thrones® doors.

Facilities

Children & Infants

  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Tel+44 (0) 28 2176 1511

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Opening Times

* Mary McBride's Bar is open all year round, however as we are a seasonal business and rely on our tourist our food only runs full time at peak season, so please ring to avoid disappointment.

17:00 - 23:00 Monday - Wednesday
11:30 - 00:00 Thursday to Sunday

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