It can be hard to find this lovely pub in tiny, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it Renvyle—just outside blink-just-a-little-bit-longer-and-you’ll-miss-it-too Tully—but it’s worth the trek. Aside from the postcard-worthy frontage, dating from 1811, this doesn’t look like the kind of place that’s likely to wow you with its cooking. But the numbers of people making their way here for dinner should provide a clue. There’s nothing pretentious about the cooking—it’s just wonderful, classic Irish fare, done extremely well. Seafood is a specialty—the daily specials are chalked up outside, but expect hake, salmon, mussels, or maybe some Clew Bay oysters, served as they come or with a tasty cheese crumble topping. Burgers are juicy and tender, and the steaks are big enough for three people. Wash it all down with a pint of expertly poured Guinness. Desserts are avowedly traditional (try the homemade trifle). Note: It’s cash only here, and they don’t take reservations either, so arrive early or be prepared to wait.