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The Quay's Pub and Restaurant

81 New Harbour Road, Portavogie, Newtownards, Down, BT22 1EB
The Quay's  Pub and Restaurant

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Seafood lovers paradise where seafood is lifted daily off our own Portavogie fishing fleet and carried just 50 yards up into the Quay's kitchen to be cooked fresh to order just for you. Extensive main, vegetarian and children's menu also available. Served in our newly opened 'Q' restaurant which overlooks the Portavogie harbour on one side and the Irish Sea on the other.
Conferences, wedding and parties catered for.
Opening Hours:
Mon, Wed & Thurs 12 noon-2.30pm, 5-8.30pm. Fri 12 noon-2.30pm, 5-9pm. Sat 12 noon-9pm. Sun 12 noon-8pm. (Restaurant only closed Tuesdays)

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