The Town Hall is one of Ennis’s most historic buildings which has shared history with the town for over 300 years. It was at various times a jail, a cinema and the Town Hall of Ennis. Now it is a very popular bistro which is much loved by locals and visitors alike. It was rated by renowned food critic Paolo Tullio as the best value restaurant in Ireland in 2013. The high ceilings and large bay windows overlooking O’Connell street provide a perfect backdrop for modern art.
Morning coffees and scones are served from 10.00 am, lunch begins at 12.30 with a variety of interesting salads and popular items such as St Tola’s Goat’s Cheese Tartlet, Thai Yellow Prawn and Monkfish Curry and Cajun Chicken Wrap with Seasonal leaves. Late lunch can be enjoyed until 4.20 pm.
The atmosphere changes for dinner when lights are dimmed and the tables are dressed amid soft candle light. Local lamb and Atlantic seafood features prominently on the evening a la carte menu.
Reservations are advised for dinner.