The Red Bank Restaurant in Carrick-on-Shannon is preparing to welcome guests to dine at its outdoor terrace from 9th June 2021.
Overlooking the River Shannon, guests dining on the terrace can enjoy hospitality and casual dining, complemented by wines, craft beers and a cocktail menu.
Head Chef Michelle McGowan creates dishes catering to all dietary requirements using seasonal ingredients sourced through local producers in Leitrim, Sligo and surrounding counties. These include beef from Gilligan’s Farm, Roscommon; pork from Andarl Farm, Galway; fish from Joe Garvin’s Fish Sales, Mayo; chicken from Gannon’s Poultry, Leitrim; goat’s cheese from Leitrim Hill Goat’s Cheese and artisan cheeses from Dozio Cheese, Mayo.
Guests can expect fresh West coast fish dishes, Silverhill Duck leg, buffalo burgers, Leitrim Hill Goat’s Cheese and much more. Craft beers are from The Reel Deel Brewery in Crossmolina, Co. Mayo, while guests can also enjoy a range of cocktails, some of which are made using Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin and Sausage Tree Vodka from The Shed Distillery in nearby Drumshanbo.
The Red Bank Restaurant will open for dining on its outdoor terrace Wednesday & Thursday, 5pm – 9pm; Friday & Saturday, 4pm – 9pm; Sunday, 2pm – 8pm; and closed Monday and Tuesday. The Red Bank Restaurant will revert to more extended hours once they reopen for indoor dining.