O'Neill's Bar & Mol's Restaurant here in the popular seaside town of Tramore, is masterfully led by the O'Neill family, with Noel and Johnny at the helm, backed by mum and sister, Margaret and Lisa. This family-run establishment, open since 1945, has achieved remarkable heights. The food is exceptional, showcasing their team in the kitchen’s culinary prowess. What truly sets them apart is their impeccable customer service, unmatched in the area. With ample space, securing a table is rarely a concern, though booking ahead is wise, given its popularity. O'Neill's Bar & Mol's Restaurant combines a rich history with a contemporary dining experience, making it a must-visit destination. The O'Neill family's dedication and passion shine through, ensuring every visit is a memorable one.
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O'Neills Bar, Summerhill, Tramore East, Tramore, County Waterford, Ireland
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