|On Friday nights Radwons hold traditional sessions where volunteers can bring their own instruments to join in. On Saturday nights different acts playing a selection of pop and rock classics. Again guest singers and guitar players are welcome. They are very accomplished musicians and can play along with whatever you play. Wendesday nights play host to a charity quiz||Rawdons Bar/ off licence Moville
Tel. + 353 (0)74 93 8225
|A traditional Irish Pub located in the centre of Moville. Maguires is the central meeting place for locals mid-week looking for chat and a chance to catch up on the latest news. Most popular meeting point in town for young ones at weekends heading out for the night. Top D J’s keep the craic going.||Maguires Market Square Moville
Tel: +353 (0) 74 938 2835
|The Trawlerman is centrally situated in James Street The Trawler man’s front bar has a friendly relaxed atmosphere with great conversation and craic. There is a large back room where old time music and dancing is held||The Trawlerman Bar, James Street, Moville
Tel: + 353 (0) 74 93 82159
|Established in 1850 and family run over 4 generations, Cavanaghs has been a great convenience for both locals and visitors. The Bar & Lounge which provides great entertainment in the area holds quizes every month and has traditional music on most weekends. Cavanaghs has a bar license to Sky Sports providing live football and sport throughout the week. There is also a pool table and darts area.||Sean Ti Bar (Cavanagh’s) Upper Road, Greencastle
Tel: + 353 (0) 74 93 81533
|The popular Ferryport Bar, situated in the center of Greencastle village with great views and walks along the Foyle. Great live music at the weekends and a brilliant nights entertainment is guaranteed. The Ferryport’s beer garden is one of the best in the peninsula with an outdoor bar and great views across the Foyle, and only a two minute walk from the Lough Foyle Ferry.Always a welcoming and friendly service at the Ferryort Bar.||Ferryport Bar, Greencastle Village
Tel: + 353 (0) 74 93 81296
Situated at the top of the main square in Moville, a pub for any sporting entrust. It has a TV behind the bar which usually has sports on it. You’ll find horse racing on during the day and probably football by night. Gaelic is particularly popular here and bus trips to away games are often organised here. There’s a good bar conversation any night of the week.
|Susie’s Bar Moville
Tel: + 353 (0) 74 93 82040
|Rosatos is found on the Malin Road. It has a striking, red exterior. It is one of those quaint olde worlde looking pubs.The weekends are very popular with music on a Saturday and sometimes a Friday too. They have good quality music from the acts who play the rock and pop classics.||Rosatos
Tel. 074 93 82247
|Situated on the Malin Road, McGettigans Bar & Off Licence has been family run business for over a 100 years.The bar offers a warm & friendly atmosphere that both locals & visitors enjoy all year round.When the sun is shining you can enjoy a lovely cold drink on our open Balcony/Beer Garden.
There is Jukebox that offers a wide range of music to suit all our Customers, with live music on various weekends.
Also check out our Off Licence for Special Offers & wide range of Beers & Spirits.
|McGettigans Bar & Off Licence
http://facebook.com/mcgettigans.barTel: 00353 (074) 9382220
|Situated in Quigley’s Point The Cabry Bar will give any visitor a warm welcome. Kenny and his staff provide a great service of entertainment within a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. So drop in to enjoy and to join in the craic.||Kenny’s Bar Cabry House
Tel: 00353 (074) 9383617/td>