Restaurant

**Please note that O’Regan’s is now closed for the Winter Season**

Enjoy some delicious homemade food, light lunch, afternoon tea in a 1940’s setting.

Rediscover the ambiance of bygone days at O’Regan Restaurant. Stop in for a fresh, delicious lunch, home-baked desserts, afternoon tea, and the chance to drink rich, authentic Irish coffee where it was first invented many decades ago.

O'Regan's Restaurant Hours

Tuesday to Sunday 9.30am to 5.00pm

Breakfast served daily

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Start Your Day Right With a Healthy Breakfast

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Breakfast served daily until 11.00 A.M.

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The Story of Dr. Brendan O’Regan

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Making a Name for Himself

Dr. Brendan O’Regan was born 15 May 1917 in Sixmilebridge, County Clare. The son of James O’Regan and Nora Ryan, he attended Sixmilebridge National School before going on to Blackrock College for his secondary education.

Brendan studied in Germany, France, Switzerland, and Britain, and in 1938 he returned to manage the catering at one of his father’s hotels. Here, senior civil servants were regular guests, and the caterer’s energy and verve soon caught their attention. He was asked to manage the St. Stephen’s Green Club in Dublin, which had been ailing for some time, and he successfully turned it into a profitable operation.

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Testimonials

What Our Visitors Say

Good staff and really nice food with a nice friendly atmosphere

John Long

Fab food and location

Teresa Langan

We had a really nice lunch here last week. The portions are very generous. Service was quick and the staff were friendly

Gillian Sheehy

As Foynes is where Irish Coffee was first served, don’t miss trying one in the café

Steve Wallis

Everyone should visit here. The warm, friendly staff and great food make this a must to visit

William Lyons

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