Magee’s offer good fine simple cooking with a wide range of local seafood from around the bay of Carlingford and across the water to Kilkeel with its abundance of fishing boats, along with local beef and lamb from the local farms and Cooley peninsula.
Just over an hour’s drive from both Dublin and Belfast, the bistro is situated in the medieval heritage town of Carlingford, along the paved Tholsel Street, with past relics such as The Mint (built in the 15th century) and The Thosel (or Gate Tower circa 1300) which still stand today and both in excellent condition. Discover the charming atmostphere of pubs like P.J O’Hares (Anchor Bar), and fine shops all within the surrounding views of Carlingford lough, King John’s Castle and The Mourne Mountains. Close to the heart of the Medieval centre of Carlingford and under the protective shadow of The Tholsel Gate stands
Magees Bistro, it offers short menu’s of fresh seasonal food defined as modern. It’s modern style and decor of the dinning room with its semi-open kitchen and built in natural charcoal B.B.Q, allows you to relax and appreciate a variety of cuisine.