The Cot and Cobble

One of Ballina's best loved businesses finds an iconic new home

Cot and Cobble Ballina copyright David Beattie_opt

The Cot and Cobble is located along the banks of the River Moy right on the Wild Atlantic Way on Clare Street, and opens at 12 noon daily,  serving fine food, coffee and beverages in a wonderful atmosphere at affordable prices. Named after the boats that used to dock on the river outside the building years ago, to bring in the fishing nets, the Cot and Cobble  offers a carvery menu, and an ample bar food menu is served from early evening until 9pm. The menus offer a variety of dishes taking into account all dietary requirements and tastes.

This stunning photo of the Cot & Cobble is courtesy of David Beattie.

Patricia and Mary’s enthusiastic team at the Cot and Cobble is passionate about using fresh Irish produce and ingredients to serve great, flavoursome Irish food.  The Cot and Cobble takes pride in sourcing these ingredients locally and serves a variety of starters, main courses and desserts.

The business has recently moved premises from the Broken Jug on O’Rahilly Street to occupy this iconic old building, formerly Murphy Bros, and already is hugely popular with locals and tourist alike. Renowned as the best place in town to catch a match on the big screen, or fill up on a tasty Sunday carvery lunch, its warm welcome and infectious atmosphere is the main reason for making this place so popular for sporting fanatics.

As well as the great food, the frequent live music and nightlife at The Cot and Cobble makes it one of the most popular places in the town, equally famous for their Strawberry Daiquiris and large selection of bottle and draft beers.

More info

Serves lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee
Good for groups or parties
Good for children
Takes bookings
Takeaway
Table service
Walk-ins welcome
Ample free car parking
Wheelchair accessible

Contact the Cot and Cobble

For bookings:  +353 96 73582
Or Email:  thecotandcobble@gmail.com

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