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Longfellow's: Rosscarbery, Cork?

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oystertripe Mar 25, 2009 08:52 AM

Has anyone heard any news about the new steakhouse "Longfellow's" in Rosscarbery, Co., Cork? Is it open yet? It used to be the Courthouse Bar. Thanks!

  1. oddchef Mar 26, 2009 09:42 PM

    Hey.
    Yes. We opened the restaurant in the middle of December. I think it was the 12 Of Dec.
    It's opened every day from 11.30 to 21.00. Lunch time 11.30 to 15.30. All the menu is available on take away (both lunches and dinners).
    If you have any questions about the Longfella's - do not hesitate to ask! I'll be more than happy to answer all of Your questions!
    Hopefully we'll see Youu soon there!

    Have a nice weekend!
    Regards, Audrius J.

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      oystertripe Mar 29, 2009 09:32 AM

      Thanks! We will stop in when we are next in Ross. Does the restaurant have a web site?

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        deerpark Jul 18, 2009 04:11 AM

        Just posted elsewhere that we visited LongFella's recently. Bit overrated and pricey for what you get. Celtic Ross hotel down the road is better and would suggest O'Callaghan-Walshe restuarant in the town square....excellent.

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          oystertripe Jul 18, 2009 06:52 AM

          Can't agree. Please see:

          http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/625182

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            quirkyfoodie Jul 8, 2010 08:08 AM

            was there last night and dont agree with you, you get an excellent meal for a fair price, and a nice atmosphere, they even managed to cater fo a non dairy eating coelaic wit no advanced warning. Would recommend to all.You can keep the Celtic Ross.

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        DublinChow Jul 19, 2009 04:40 AM

        another post on this restaurant? no shame ; )

        american cowboy themed steakhouse in rural ireland? might work and they probably play country n'western music inside too...

        what's the name of that big wooden cowboy outside rosscarbery? the locals should hold a competition...

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          quirkyfoodie Jul 8, 2010 08:09 AM

          its a subtle cowboy steak house, very tastefully done NO country western music just good food cooked properly in a nice atmosphere.

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