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Dining at The Wyatt

The Wyatt Hotel offers a range diverse dining venues to suit all tastes at a range of budgets with one common trait throughout all options of great food and service. We strive to deliver a fine dining experience wherever you choose to dine.

Dining Venues:

-         JW’s Brasserie

-         Cobbler’s Bar

-         The Wyatt Restaurant

-         Church Lane Suite 

The Wyatt's most popular dining venue is JW's Brasserie which boasts an upmarket atmosphere with spectacular artifacts. The decor is charming with a touch of olde world charml. JW's is a bustling dining venue with extensive menu options.


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We can cater for a range of events including:

-          Birthday Celebrations

-          Anniversary Parties

-          Engagement Parties

-          Retirement Parties

-          Funerals

-          Retirement Parties

-          Weddings

-          Equality Weddings

-          Christening Celebrations

-          Day 2 Wedding Parties (Day after party)

For more information on parties with us view our Host a Party page!

Chef's Story:

Resident Chef, Eoin Mc Donnell, has been at the helm of cuisine at the Wyatt Hotel since 2003. Eoin has had an extensive career having held Head Chef posts in leading restaurants in Dublin, Kerry, Kilkenny and Switzerland. Eoin, originally from Dublin, is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Panel of Chefs, Ireland and has successfully represented Ireland on numerous Culinary Olympic teams.


Since Eoin’s move west, The Wyatt Hotel has established an extensive awards portfolio. The hotel has won several dining excellence awards including Taste of Ireland with Paolo Tullio, Dining Pub of the Year, Feile Bia standards as well as Lucinda O’ Sullivan awards for 2011 & 2012.

Eoin values the use of local produce and superb culinary skill in producing a first class fine dining experience throughout the property.

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