INDULGE AND UNWIND
Many of Ireland's top chefs are proud to call Gorey their home.
We love seasonal ingredients and our top chefs support local growers, farmers, and fishermen.
When you eat in North Wexford, you’ll get a true Taste the Island experience, quality food that allows the natural flavours to shine through.
Whether it’s an intimate coffee shop or a relaxed restaurant, you’ll love the diverse range of locally sourced foods on our menus like delicious, juicy strawberries from Greens Berry Farm. Or visit a traditional grocery on our Main St and receive a warm welcome & browse an array of local produce at Myles Doyle’s grocery.
And, at the end of the day, you’ll find locals telling stories in our pubs, with traditional music as the backdrop to a night of chat.
Below are some of favourite spots on where to eat in Gorey town. More choices include Aroy D Thai Restaurant, The Coach House Gastro Pub, IPoh Chinese/Malaysian Restaurant, Masala House, Mumbai Lounge, Soul Tapas Bar, Table Forty One, The Bistro, Apache Pizza Takeaway Joanne’s Café, Laurence Murphy & Sons Cafe Malocca’s Fast Food, Mizzoni Pizza, Purple Sage Café, The Cosy Cottage Café, The Kitchen and The Snug Café.
When touring around North Wexford there are several other foodie spots to enjoy such as Ambrose Maloneys, Courtown Bay Tree Cafe, Cois na hAbhann, Camolin Clonganny House, Ballygarrett, Kilanerin Community Centre Cafe, Lawler’s Takeaway Morriscastle, Mango Tree Restaurant, Bunclody Pebbles Cafe, Courtown Seafield Hotel, Ballymoney Sorrentos Restaurant & Pizzeria, Bunclody Sugar & Spice, Bunclody The Courtyard Restaurant, Ferns The Strand Bar, Cahore The Taravie Hotel, Wishing Well Cafe, Ballygarrett