Mc Glades Bar
Located within the Shandon Hotel in Port-na-Blagh coastal district, Mc Glades Bar is a fantastic all-day dining bar offering a relaxing haven just moments from the Marble Hill beach. The bar features fresh local and seasonal produce and mouth-watering favorites as beer-battered fish and chips, a popular all day menu and The Shandon’s Seafood Chowder where you can enjoy indoors by the open fire with a sea view or enjoy the sunshine with terraced seating outdoors, overlooking lovely Sheephaven Bay.
Mc Glades Bar is open for food from 12noon to 9.00pm
The Bar also serves traditional afternoon tea, served in tradition. Featuring sumptuous cakes and charming sandwiches served freshly made to order, afternoon tea is served from 12.00pm to 5pm.
Mc Glades Bar also features a live pianist Whether it’s a spot of lunch, dinner or maybe just a sweet treat, there are many delicious and delightfully casual, dining options at the Shandon Hotel.
Shandon Hotel Restaurant
Shandon Hotel is Donegal’s leading four-star hotel with a restaurant with a proud record of excellence. It has been consistently recognised for its fine dining and excellent wine list.
The Shandon offers an exciting menu based on a traditional style with innovative international influences, served in an atmosphere chandeliered room.
Open for breakfast from 8.45 am to 10.00 am and dinner from 7.15 pm to 9.00 pm5 everyday during summer.
Menus and prices are shown for guidance only and are subject to change.
Midweek Dining Special
Take advantage of our Restaurant's mid-week dining special Monday to Thursday.
You can enjoy a 4 course a la carte dinner including entrée, main, dessert, followed by tea and coffee at your leisure by the warming open fire.
To make a booking at The Shandon, phone +353 (0) 74 91 36137 or email us at email@example.com
Children’s Evening Tea
Children’s Tea’s are served from 5.00 pm to 6.00pm in our Restaurant children are offered a healthy wholesome dish, including what we term the fast food items. This 3 course meal is included in the children’s prices.