Trá Bán restaurant in Strandhill, County Sligo offers the best in fine dining, specialising in fresh Seafood and Steak. Our menu features dishes which are made with the finest local fresh produce, from both land and sea.The name Trá Bán is gaelic for “White Strand”, the beautiful unspoiled beach alongside the restaurant. Trá Bán was the original name for what is now known as the sea front.
Trá Bán boasts the Blackrock lighthouse room with stunning views of the famous lighthouse and the Clocháns.
The lighthouse is an important element of the maritime history of Co. Sligo. The former beacon which was built in 1819 and then converted to a lighthouse in 1834 forms a dramatic landmark within Sligo Bay. Alfresco Dining Experience Our Captains Table overlooks the beach and the Atlantic Ocean. So sit back and relax with a glass of wine while waiting for your food to be served, watch the surfers catch a wave or the magnificent sunsets over the Atlantic.
Trá Bán Restaurant is situated in the heart of the magical village of Strandhill. The village is renowned as one of the best surf spots in Europe and some of the most popular breaks including The Blue Rock and The Step can be seen from Trá Báns’ Blackrock Lighthouse Room and from The Captains’ Table. Few small Irish villages can boast so many local historic attractions such as Killaspugbrone, The Glen, Queen Maeve’s grave atop the wondrous Knocknarea, Blackrock Lighthouse, Coney Island, and Carrowmore Meglithic tombs.
Strandhill also has an abundance of wild life with Brent geese and a Cormorantcolony, Curlew and Oyster catcher birds can regularly be seen. Ballysadare Bay is one of the most important seal sites in Ireland with 300 Harbour or Common seals which are found along this sheltered coastline. On a summers evening it’s a joy to watch the sun set over the Atlantic ocean while strolling along the seafront. On a winter’s night, cosy up to a loved one and listen to the rolling white horses crash onto the shore.