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Blackberry Café & Coffee Shop

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Blackberry Café & Coffee Shop
Leenane Co Galway
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Tel: +353 95 42240

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Sean and Mary Hamilton

Blackberry Café & Coffee Shop

Sean and Mary Hamilton’s lovely little restaurant is just what the weary traveller hopes to happen on when touring or walking in this beautiful area.


They’re open through the afternoon and evening every day during the summer, serving reliably good food: home-made soups and chowders with home-baked bread, substantial snacks such as fish cakes and mussels, and delicious desserts like rhubarb tart and lemon meringue pie with cream.


Extra dishes such as hot smoked trout and a chicken main course might be added to the menu in the evening, but the secret of the Blackberry Café’s appeal is that they don’t try to do too much at once and everything is freshly made each day.

Seats 40. Open 12-4 and 6-9 daily in high season. A la carte. House wine about €15 (1/4 bottles also available). Closed Tue in shoulder seasons. Closed end Sep-Easter. Visa, Laser abbreviations
Last Updated: 05-04-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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On main street, opposite car park.

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