The Duke & Coachman

Gastropub

Bar & Restaurant in the heart of Maynooth. Serving lunch & dinner. Live music, DJ & late bar. Heated terrace with BIG screen, showing all sporting events.


WELCOME TO THE DUKE & COACHMAN

Home to five unique venues under one roof:
* The Duke & Coachman Lounge
* The Duke's Terrace
* The Leinster Arms Bar
* DC Speakeasy
* Mischief Nightclub

We cater for those looking for a quiet pint to those searching for a great place to head with a group of friends for a night out. We entertain with top quality live music, DJs and offer the biggest screens for ultimate sports viewing. Celebrate any occasion in one of our unique areas and dance into the early hours in our lounge or nightclub. You can even escape with a loved one for a nightcap to our prohibition style speakeasy bar.

Lunch & Dinner is served daily, you can expect traditional style dishes with a fine dining twist, served in a relaxed and casual surrounding by our friendly & helpful staff.

GROUP PARTIES / CELEBRATIONS / EVENTS / PRIVATE HIRE

We have many areas available for hosting intimate gatherings to large events – get in touch with our experienced team and let us help plan your perfect celebration or event! Fingerfood packages available from €6.50 per person! BBQ options available.

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A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY

The name, ‘The Duke and Coachman’ was chosen due to the strong roots of the Duke of Leinster in the town, while linking in with one of the original purposes of our beautiful historic building as a Coachman’s Inn. You will notice we have incorporated monkey images in some of our branding; legend has it that one of the children of the Duke’s family - Earl John Fitzgerald (then a baby) was forgotten about while sleeping in a bedchamber at Woodstock Castle when a fire broke out. The family had kept pet monkeys who luckily managed to break away from their chains and carry the baby to safety. Following this, two monkeys were added into the Fitzgerald coat of arms in honour of the species. You can still see this crest over the doorway of Maynooth castle today.