Granville’s is a family run bar and restaurant, open 7 days a week from 12 noon. Situated just off the main town square of Macroom on the N22, we are the oldest licenced premises in Macroom Town. Lunches are served daily from 12 to 4.00pm.
Granville’s is a family run bar abd restaurant, open 7 days a week from 12 noon. Situated just off the main town square of Macroom on the N22, we are the oldest licenced premises in Macroom Town. Lunches are served daily from 12 to 4.00pm and evening meals are served from 5.00 to 9.30pm (9pm on Sundays). A traditional, stone fronted building with a modern sea blue shop front, we are easy to locate on Castle Street, Macroom.
Renovated from derelict in 2007, we re-opened after 5 months of reconstruction. Now, Granville’s is a contemporary, comfortable, welcoming premises where you can come to dine, or to just have a quiet pint, a glass of wine or one of our speciality beers and read the newspaper. During lunch we serve a great selection of freshly cooked to order meals and also some quick daily specials. We serve both pan fried fish of the day and deep fried fresh haddock and chips, sirloin steaks, lambs liver and bacon, to name but a few and we also serve a great selection of plain, open and toasted sandwiches. Our desserts are all made in house as are all our soda and yeast breads.
Our a la carte menu is served daily from 5.00 to 9.30pm and we offer the very best of prime Irish steaks and seafood from our suppliers in Kenmare, Co.Kerry. We also serve an early bird menu from 5.00 to 6.45pm daily. You have a great selection of our a la carte dishes served as a set menu and at the same quality and quantity and at a great value set menu price.
At Granville’s, we are very happy to cater for small parties of up to 20 persons and can offer a set menu for such occasions as birthday parties, small christenings and even on occasion small weddings.
We look forward to catering for all your needs as you pass through Macroom on your journey to Kerry or Cork. The nearest parking is available in the town square, or through the castle gates in the GAA car park, or in several other spots around the town.