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Marys Bar and Restaurant

Market Street, MAGHERAFELT, County Londonderry, BT45 6ED
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Mary’s Bar and Restaurant in Magherafelt, part of the Taste Mid Ulster Food Trail, offers a cosmopolitan social scene with the best of entertainment and decadent food, with a wealth of character and charm. This ambience combined with the acclaimed food it serves, provides guests with a splendid location to dine and relax. It features a wealth of character and charm in the form of cosy fireplaces, oak panelling and truly luxurious decor.

The kitchen operated by Head Chef, James Graham, prides itself on delivering uncomplicated but exciting dishes that make the most of local produce when devising new menus in a modern way with daily specials.


Our Taste Mid Ulster Signature Dish

Buchanan's Rib Eye Burger 

8oz rib eye burger, Buchanan’s peat smoked bacon, crispy bone marrow, watercress, Mary’s Ketchup served with triple cooked chips

Our Local Supplier:Buchanans Farm Shop, Maghera


Whatever the occasion, be it a quiet romantic meal for two, a quick business lunch or a celebration we would be delighted to welcome you into our opulent surroundings to enjoy some traditional Northern Irish cuisine.

Mary’s Bar offers a wide range of entertainment on a weekly basis from relaxing acoustic sessions on a Thursday evening to our Big Band nights on Friday. Saturdays at Mary’s are for dinner, drinks & dancing with revellers arriving from all over the North. On Sunday we wind down with an acoustic session before a new week begins. Get on your dancing shoes, enjoy one of our signature cocktails & have a memorable night at Mary’s Bar leaving you wanting to return for more!

Private Events & Functions are available designed to suit your requirements. For bookings & enquiries get in touch via 028 79 302616


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* Monday- Sunday
11:00- 01:00

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