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The Square, Bantry, Co. Cork51.68050000-9.45370000Seafood

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O'Connor's Seafood Restaurant, a third-generation family run business, is situated right in the centre of Wolfe Tone Square in the historic West Cork fishing port of Bantry, a town long celebrated in song and legend.

The restaurant specialises in seafood, with a live lobster and oyster tank enjoying a long tradition in O'Connor's. This was the first restaurant in Ireland to specialise in mussels, and the mussels are collected daily by Peter from Bantry Bay Mussels, the prawns arrive in live from the local fishing boats that land in Bantry pier, and the fresh fish is delivered to the restaurant daily. All the fish is local.

As well as fish, the restaurant is loved for its specials, which include West Cork Skeaganore Duck Confit with a Coriander and Ginger Jus, and sweet mountain lamb.

The ambiance of the restaurant is relaxed, with its decor influenced by its seaside location. Bucket lights give the room a great atmosphere, and O'Connor's is the place that the Bantry locals love to go to when enjoying a night out.

Peter O'Brien has chosen the wine list with an eye to keen value as well as quality, and there are six wines to choose from, by the glass.

The restaurant is open for informal lunches, as well as a popular early bird menu, and dinner.

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