It was Letterkenny’s original Superpub and now it has re-opened under new management after a major refurbishment programme.
Sister Sara’s, located on the town’s Port Road, is back in business and ready to provide top quality refreshment and entertainment in equal measure.
The well known premises is now under the experienced guiding hand of the Brogan family and has undergone significant change with a bright newly painted exterior matched by a lavishly decorated interior.
A split-level bar area is the centre point of the new Sister Sara’s with sheer comfort and class the order of the day throughout the environs.
Here is a venue unrivalled in design and stunning surrounds.
Another hugely impressive feature is a top class beer garden and smoking area.
No pub, of course, can thrive without top class service and here, too, the Port Road venue wins through a combination of quality refreshment, including a tasty new cocktail menu, and friendly staff.
An exciting entertainment line-up also marks the premises out as the pick of the bunch in Letterkenny.
It begins this Friday night with well known local band, Eldorado, fronted by the ever popular Hugo McLaughlin, providing the music.
There, too, will be Highland Radio’s Gary Gamble, one of the rising stars on both the local and national scene.
On Saturday night, it’s the turn of D.J. Marty Curran, back by popular demand to entertain the throngs with his party music mix guaranteed to keep the patrons hopping.
For those who revel in televised sport – and a certain All-Ireland quarter-final will be the game of choice shortly – there are six brand new plasa screens located conveniently through the pub to provide the coverage from venues near and distant.
Superpub? Make that Ultra Superpub…!