Mary McBride’s goes on the market
The quaint Mary McBride's Pub and Little Black Door Restaurant has been put on the market for sale.
Once known as one of the smallest bars in Ireland, Mary McBride's is full of character, history and has many interesting stories to be told about the late Mary McBride who was the landlady in years gone by.
McBride's is situated in the beautiful village of Cushendun set amongst the Glens of Antrim and situated on the stunning Causeway Coast. For the tthousands who visit the beautiful coastal village every year, Mary's has offered the perfect Irish pub experience serving up pints of Guinness and hearty food.
The pub and restaurant, which has been at the heart of the Glen's community for over 193 years, has been brought to the market by Daniel McAlister & Son, listed at £350,000.
The pub is also home to one of the Game's of Throne's doors, part of a popular tourist trail taking in the filming sites of the HBO hit television series.
Commenting on the sale, Agent Daniel McAlister said:
"This unique Public House & Restaurant once known as one of ‘The smallest bars in Ireland’, Mary McBride’s stands proudly in the heart of Cushendun Village amongst the backdrop of the sea and the beautiful Glens of Antrim.
"The property is being sold as a going concern with a liquor license and equipment included.
"This opportunity only arises once in a lifetime."