Roundabout Inn Bar

The Roundabout Inn was established in a small field outside of Mallow town in 1856.

Over the years it has gone through many change’s the bar today is a fun and busy place to be with a great atmosphere and real homely feel and friendly staff, we offer food all day as well as tea and fresh ground gourmet Coffee sandwich’s and homemade soup.

The Roundabout has two large bars which can cater businness meeting, party’s and large group's. And is ideal for passing trade.

We share our birthday with another great Cork institution - Murphy’s brewery.

Over the years the Roundabout Inn has been known by many names The Railway Bar, The Annabella Tavern and it was renamed The Roundabout Inn in 1989 by Billy and Kay Napier it has grown in stature and reputation and is now known throughout Munster for its fabulous food and welcoming why not call in for a Pint some Food or even a chat, all you need from a good old Irish Pub.