Glancy's Railway Bar
Station Road: 5 Minutes from the train station on the Roscommon side of town. Chinese restaurant conveniently next door
Cortober: Just over the bridge in County Roscommon, Gings is named after one of Carricks legendary characters Ging Duignan a previous landlord. Has great riverside garden making it ideal for summer afternoons. All sports shown on large screens.
Bridge Street: Beside the bridge and river. Cryans hosts bluegrass and traditional music every weekend. Great pub for relaxing with friendly staff. Hotel at the rear offers good homecooked food.
Bridge Street: Great for brunch or evening meal. Advisable to book in advance as it books out fast. Great food in a comfortable environment. Open Tuesday - Saturday + Bank Holiday Sundays
Bridge Street: Small intimate pub. Great craic. Occasionally hosts music
Dunnes Sports Bar
Main Street: Carricks main sports pub. Big screens and a giant back yard with bar hosting djs, dancing and party nights
The Barrel Store
Bridge Street: Previously KISS nightclub, renovated and reincarnated as real ale and craft beer pub. Live music most nights
Bridge Street: Great for a pint to get away from the crowds
Corner of Main St & Bridge St next to the Costello memorial chapel: Lively pub on the corner, popular with the locals. Live Sports showed on 3 screens
Main St: Lively pub with music at weekends. Popular with locals
Main St: Nice pint of Guiness in the Bush bar. Quiet and peaceful away from the crowds
Main St: Popular with the locals with off licence attached
Main St: Popular with the locals with occasional music. Sister pub to Dunnes sports bar.
Main St: Live music and party crowd at the weekends
Main St: One of Carricks largest pubs / clubs. 3 floors of entertainment with late opening.
Main St: Recently refurbished, Two bars with weekend entertainment
Bridge St: Carricks latest Italian restaurant
Bridge St: Italian style restaurant in the courtyard
In the courtyard at the rear of Murtaghs .
Just outside of Carrick in the Jamestown village. Worth mentioning as food is superb. Award winning restaurant
Main St: Restaurant and coffee shop in centre of town
Quay Road. Converted Chapel with good food. Book in advance
Behind Bank of Ireland on Bridge Street, through courtyard.
Great coffee and light snacks, vegetarian options available
Crumbs Sandwich Bar
Cafe style breakfast & lunches on Bridge Street
Coffee and lunches out of town by the Tesco store