Info & FAQs
Pot Duggans isn’t just a regular pub that serves some quality food and drinks while listening to music. We’ve got board games to bring to your tables, weekly quizzes, free beer samplings, ping pong tournaments, chances to win free dinners, access to the river side, and gigs that happen down in our cellar and out in the barns. For the latest updates on Pot Duggans go here
We also have rooms available to book in the upstairs of Pot Duggans, more info can be found here.
- What kind of events do you cater for?
We can cater for any event, from gigs and weddings to markets and parties. We can make the space available for hire for most creative purposes. Just email us here or fill in the form below if you’d like to host a party, or get involved in any of our events.
- Where can I find info on all your upcoming events?
You can find them all here, on our ‘what’s on’ page.
- Are children allowed?
Yes, as long as they’re accompanied by adults and leave by 9pm
- Are you pet friendly?
- Are you wheelchair accessible?
No, unfortunately not.
- Do you need to book a table booking or can you just rock up?
You can just rock up. But for groups of 6+ on the weekends we’d advise booking a table.
- Do you take table bookings for out in the barns?
Yes, for groups of 15+ and if the basement is booked.
- Are there heaters out in the barns?
We have an open fire out there
- Do you cater for Vegans/ Vegetarians?
Yes we do, we have a new summer menu coming soon, check here for more
- What is there to do around Ennistymon?
There’s great spots you must hit when you’re in Clare, check out our recommendations page here
Pot Duggans has been awarded ‘Mckenna’s Guide Irish Pub of the Year 2018’, we’ve got plenty of accolades & shout outs
“The Ennistymon pub will be one of the coolest places to eat and drink in the west of Ireland this summer” – The Irish Times
“A delightful venue and full of fun, Pot Duggans provides yet another reason to visit this characterful small town.” – Georgina Campbell’s Guide
”Top 20 Gastro Bars in Ireland 2018 ”– Lucinda O’Sullivan [ Sunday Independent ]