For Halloween Week (27th October – 2nd November) we are open Monday to Sunday 12.30 – 9.00pm
Bistros originated in Paris and are defined as ‘’small restaurants serving moderately priced simple meals in a modest setting’. Previously know as ‘Auntie May’s’, the bistro now boasts large scale photographs printed on canvas of local land and seascapes and of the area’s antiquities – all for sale at moderate prices, posted to a visitor’s home. The back seating area has a display of rarely seen early works by, among others, local artists Tim Goulding and Maurice Henderson of Allihies and the primitive painter the late Michael Sheehan of Caherkime.
We strive to source all our food from local and artisan sources, preferably using Fair Trade, organic or free range products.
‘Be welcome – eat well’. With traditional Irish cuisine , seafood and vegetarian/vegan options it offers a welcoming setting catering for all.