The Johnstown Inn is a gastropub located in the village of Johnstown, Naas, Co. Kildare. The Johnstown Inn is an independently owned family business that has been serving great food & drink since 1989. Our great tasting home cooked food is prepared freshly every day. We’ve got a great selection of craft beers available both in bottles and on draft. Our wine list of quality varietals is available by the glass. The Johnstown Inn is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bookings are highly advisable on weekends.
Get In Touch
Would you like to book a table, inquire what tonight’s specials are or simply just hear our lovely voices ? why not give us a ring on 045-897547. Alternatively you can email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
How To Find Us
We are located in Johnstown, Naas,Co. Kildare, between junctions 8 & 9 on the M7/N7. If you are coming from Dublin take junction 8, and if you are coming from the south take junction 9. Johnstown is a pretty small village and we are the only pub there; so if you can’t find us, you ain’t trying. We have plenty of car parking too.
What Sort Of Food Do We Serve?
Our menu comprises a tasty selection on classic pub food. Simple, expertly cooked and very tasty. We use the fabulous Josper charcoal oven to give our steaks, burgers and roast chicken a wonderful smoky taste. Our suppliers are all locally owned and quality assured by the FSAI.
THE JOHNSTOWN INN MENUS
We are open from 09:00 (10:00 on weekends) every day for breakfast. Then we go on serving delicious home cooked food till 22:00. For a reservation please give us a holler on 045 -897547.
SO WHAT’S THE JOHNSTOWN INN ALL ABOUT?
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WHERE ARE WE?
The Johnstown Inn is located in, you guessed it, Johnstown. It’s a quaint little village located just off the M7/N7. We’ve got a pretty cool ruined church and graveyard opposite us, we’re pretty sure it’s not haunted. But it is the resting place of Richard Southwell Bourke: 6th Earl of Mayo, Chief Secretary for Ireland and Viceroy of India. Apparently he was shipped home from the subcontinent in a vat of rum. Johnstown village is nestled into the world famous landscape of North East Kildare. As children around the globe are all too aware, Kildare is justly venerated as a fairytale land of lush rolling countryside, spacious business parks and sensibly priced real estate; all juxtaposed against Ireland’s busiest thoroughfare. There are plenty of racehorses knocking about too.
You can enter Johnstown from either junction 8 or 9. If you are arriving from down the country, just look for a stupid looking big ball with traffic markings at the end of the motorway. If you’re coming from the “Big Schmoke” and you see said eyesore, well, you’ve gone too far (we’ll see you when you come back). Our closest neighbours are Naas and Kill, both about 3 clicks away. We’ve got a decent sized car park and plenty of on street parking, but as you will probably want to try one of our delicious craft beers, you should probably get a taxi.
Back in the day, The Johnstown Inn was originally a coach house for the highfalutin lords and ladies travelling south from the Pale. Many an entrant from bygone editions of Who’s Who will have whet their whistles at The Johnstown Inn. These days we cater to a slightly more universal clientele. So, if you happening to be passing by between 09:00 – 22:00 and want a great value meal, then we strongly suggest you drop in. See you soon.
THE JOHNSTOWN PLAYLIST
As Bill Shakespeare opined, “if music be the food of love, play on”. I’m sure The Bard would have appreciated tucking into a delicious charcoal roasted steak to the eclectic sounds of The Johnstown Inn playlist.
Cherry picking liberally from a wide variety of genres across the ages, our playlist is packed full of soulful, blissed out, toe tapping gems. Have a listen yourself and tell us what you think.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
We have been getting loads of great reviews on TripAdvisor (along with the usual few disgruntled crackpots). Why not head over and write something nice about us? We would do it for you.