Welcome to the
Traditional Irish Bar, Quality Food & Drink
Discover Our History
A warm welcome awaits you in The Glen Tavern from Ger Callanan and all his team. The Callanan family can trace their history in the hospitality industry back to the early 1930s from Thurles in Co Tipperary. Three generations of the family, now help to run The Glen Tavern.
The building dates back to 1760s and forms part of Limerick’s Georgian Quarter. Edmund Sexton Pery owned the land on the southern side of the Shannon away from the older medieval part of the city. In 1765 he commissioned the engineer and architect Davis Dukart, to design a town plan for the area, in the new Georgian architectural style. The area will later be known as Newtown Pery, which occupies much of the current city centre.
Tasty Food & Drinks
Check out Our Food
For those with food in mind, we have delicious dishes, with something to suit everybody. We also cater for Vegan and Vegetarian palates. Check out our Menus page here.
The perfect Blend
Check out Our Drinks
For those wishing to quench a thirst, we have an extensive drinks menu, with something to suit everybody. Whether your favourite tipple is Whiskey, Beers, Cocktails or Wine, we have them all. Check out our Drink’s Menus page here.
Spacious Function Room
We have the perfect space for your private function, whether it be birthday celebrations, anniversaries, corporate events. Call us to discuss details.
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Had dinner with a party of 7. We ordered a wide variety of food, The Glen Beef Burger, Lasagne, Cottage Pie, Fish and Chips etc.. All the dishes were fabulous,... read more
Was in the Glen Tavern meeting up with friend for lunch. I had the best steak pie ever cooked perfectly with plenty of steak and the pastry was lovely and... read more
We were looking for a place to eat and have a pint and the Glen Tavern did not disappoint. They were busy! We enjoyed a few pints, fish and chips,... read more
Having arrived in limerick colbert Station from strict timed trip on irish train preservation society journey we disembarked at 3pm to get lunch somewhere and return at 4pm on the... read more