There are endless things to to in Lismore and the surrounding area from walking tours, cycling holidays and beaches to explore to find out more visit the South East Tourism website.
Places to Eat
Lismore is abundant with places to eat listed below is some of our fine eateries
Is a relaxed informal style of cafe that is designed for everyday eating. The cafe is somewhere you can drop in for tea and cakes or a morning cappucino.
Is a traditional style family run bar with a strong sporting theme. “Good food in pleasant surroundings at a reasonable price” is Eamonn Walsh’s aim at his bar/restaurant in the centre of Lismore. The main bar area and dining room behind it have been refurbished in a comfortable traditional style this season and, right at the back, there’s a well kept beer garden where customers can drink and eat in the fresh air and away from traffic on fine days. Locals working in the town pop in for a quick, affordable lunch – Soup of the day, such as Parsnip and Carrot perhaps, with ready buttered Bread, and inexpensive hot main course dishes such as Lamb’s Liver and Bacon Casserole, Chicken Cordon Bleu or the Beef Olives, all including vegetables and changed daily.
The Red House Inn is a traditional bar/restaurant. Meals are served all day. There is music in the bar at weekends. One of the most distinctive buildings in Lismore, this end-of-terrace single-bay two-storey gable-fronted double-pile building, was built in 1902 in an Arts and Crafts influenced style. Features of the building include a traditional pub front to ground floor, canted oriel window behind veranda balcony on first floor, and three-bay two-storey lower wing to north-east incorporating fabric of earlier building, c.1825, on site. An early interior also survives intact, including a distinctive serpentine serving counter
Famous for its hearty breakfasts Rose’s is a comfortable pub with large outdoor smoking area.
Offers breakfast lunch and dinner.