Donegal's most famous pub. The home of #Clannad and #Enya.
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Tábhairne Leo or Leo's Tavern is situated in North West Ireland in the beautiful and picturesque County Donegal, in the village of Meenaleck.
Situated along the Wild Atlantic Way, between the popular tourist destination of Mount Errigal and the Atlantic Ocean, Leo's Tavern is renowned for its music being the family home of world famous musical talents Enya, Clannad and Moya Brennan.
Tábhairne Leo was originally opened by Leo Brennan and his wife Maire (Baba) in 1968 as an entertainment venue to enjoy live music. Now under the proprietorship of youngest son Bartley and following a complete refurbishment of the original Leo's, he has elevated the premises to be the premier destination Entertainment Bar Restaurant in the North West of Ireland.
The walls are adorned with Gold and Platinum disks, memorabilia and numerous photos of the family with world famous musical faces.
There’s always something going on at Leo's Tavern so drop in for some lovely food and a great nights entertainment. You never know who might be there.
Leo’s is famous worldwide for its musical heritage and unique lively music nights. “Leo Brennan himself had his famous nightly sing songs down throughout the years where young and old would come along to enjoy and join in the night’s entertainment.” In more recent year’s his daughter Moya Brennan has established a highly successful “Clubeo” night which provides a platform where again young and old take to the stage to perform and entertain. “Clubeo” nights have a guest Band or musician perform on the night and those who have performed over the years include, Brian Kennedy, Phil Coulter, Clann Mic Ruairí, to name but a few. Couple this night with the regular Ballad, Traditional and Ceili nights, a visit to Leo’s is not to be missed.
“We always run out of time before we run out of Music & Song”
Leo Brennan (1925-2016)
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Leo's is decorated in a country pub style the bar creates a comfortable atmosphere during the cold winter nights whilst retaining its intimate Irish pub feeling with traditional music softly playing in the background. There are various pictures and memorabilia to the walls to remind patrons of days of old.