McGrath’s Tavern is a chef-owned-and-operated Irish tavern and restaurant located in North Conway, NH. We’re located on White Mountain Highway (also known as Route 16/302) about one-and-a-half miles north of the North Conway Village, close to hotels, ski resorts and summer attractions!
There’s something for everyone. Chef signatures include pistachio crusted salmon, port penne pasta and Seammus’ legendary pot roast (some have driven 3 hours for this alone). Like burgers? McGrath’s are famous, voted “Top 10 Ski Town Burgers” by boston.com and “Viewers’ Choice Award” for burgers by WMUR TV! Or enjoy an appetizer like sesame crusted scallops, spicy asian wings, calamari or reuben skins, complimented by an ice cold local brew or a perfectly poured Guinness. Vegetarian? Gleuten-free? McGrath’s has you covered! And our kids menu is sure to please the little ones*.
*not a reference to leprechauns. Leprechauns are notoriously hard to please, though a few have been known to crack a smile in McGrath’s.
Seating options for everyone:
Enjoy dinner with the family or in groups. We have a casual main dining room and an intimate fireplace dining room.
Irish Pub and Sports Tavern
One of the coolest spots in the White Mountains. Lean up to the granite bar or settle in at a high top table surrounded by exquisitely crafted stone and woodwork. Watch your favorite sports on several large screen HD TVs and dance the night away to live music on select nights.
Ahhh… dining with a view! The only thing better than great food, great drinks and great friends is enjoying them all in the fresh mountain air with views of Mt Washington. Enjoy the spectacular light show put on by the setting sun as it sinks behind the Moat Mountains and Cathedral Ledge. (open in-season)
McGrath’s knows how to party!
Dance to the region’s hottest music acts every Thursday and on Saturdays during ski season.
Is it a holiday? Then there’s a party at McGrath’s! McGrath’s is famous for its Halloween, Thanksgiving and of course St Patricks Day bashes. Pajama parties, toga parties and more!
This farm house holds a special spot in White Mountain and even world history! In 1944, forty-four nations met in Bretton Woods at The Mount Washington Hotel for The United Nations Monetary and Financial Conference to set international financial standards following World War II. The accord wasn’t official, though, until they banged the final gavel. Where was that gavel made? Yup, right in this building which was a wood shop at the time. You’re welcome world.
In recent years, the building has been an inn and restaurant under various owners. The McGraths purchased the building in 2011, opening McGrath’s Tavern to rave reviews. Today, masterfully renovated for beauty and comfort, the building maintains a sense of rustic charm and flare worthy of its place in history.