More about Cruises, Ennis
Set in one of the oldest houses in the historic town of Ennis, Cruises is a charming Irish bar serving classic pub fare. Renowned for its brilliant performances of traditional music, the bar showcases the best local talent for diners and guests to enjoy.
With dishes made using the finest regional produce, the Cruises bar menu features a wealth of gourmet snacks and Irish favourites. Enjoy hearty signature mains like the traditional oven-baked Limerick ham with cabbage and mashed potato, or the sumptuous roast fillet of Irish salmon, served on creamy mash with dill and white wine sauce.
Originally built in 1641, Cruises bar in County Clare has all the trappings of a quintessential Irish pub. Cosy stone walls, warm wood panelling and regular, spirited performances from some of the region’s top Irish musicians make for a wonderfully friendly atmosphere all through the week.
Sitting adjacent to the stunning, recently renovated, Medieval Ennis Friary, Cruises is also just a 5-minute walk from the famous Ennis courthouse.