Regan’s is a family run Gastro pub and restaurant in the centre of Roscommon Town providing a friendly, homely and relaxed atmosphere with top quality food & beverages. It is within walking distance of Roscommon Town Park, Roscommon Castle (b 1269), Roscommon Jail (b 1745), Roscommon County Museum (b 1863) and Roscommon Friary (13th century).

This business has been in the Regan family since 1973. The concept is casual dining with genuinely caring table service throughout the premises. Our motto is simple ‘Quality Food at a Reasonable Price’. Whether it’s a casual meal by the fireside or a more formal dinner in the restaurant you can be guaranteed of top quality local produce and a friendly and efficient service. We are a family friendly Gastro pub with a full children’s menu.

This refreshing haven gives local residents and visitors an opportunity to enjoy a drink, bar food or evening dinner in a unique location. We pride ourselves on delivering Restaurant food in a relaxed casual setting.

We specialize in catering for all family occasions. Christenings, Communions, Confirmations, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Post wedding day celebrations and have menu’s to suit each occasion. A simple phone call is all it takes. We can also provide entertainment for your family occasion, from a Traditional Irish music session to a lively local band to a top class DJ.

On Saturday 26 September 1891 Charles Stewart Parnell, the ‘Uncrowned King of Ireland’ stayed upstairs. It was called Mitchell’s Hotel back then. Parnell was met at the train station by a large group of locals who accompanied him to his lodgings with a torchlight procession. Parnell spoke to the people from a window upstairs. The following day he gave his last ever speech to a crowd of tenant farmers in the rural village of Creggs on the Galway/Roscommon border, a week before his sad death on 6 October 1891. The building was called “The Parnell House” in his honor for a number of years.

Roscommon’s Best Kept Secret