Dog friendly, great tunes and decor. Lovely batter on fish and triple cooked chips. What’s not to like?
Mrs P Flaherty
The Point Bar & Restaurant in Talacre is a modern take on a industrial themed pub, we take pride in our local history of the Point of Ayr Colliery and World Famous beach and Dunes.
Boasting one of the largest collections of gins in North Wales, with an array of different flavored and herb-infused tonics. A vast amount of vodkas and whiskeys. And don’t forget our extensive range of craft ale, continental greats and traditional fan favorite beers. Pair your drink with some of our delicious dishes, made by locally renowned chef, John Bacon.
Are you wondering “what to do near me” whilst you’re in the area? Whether you fancy a chilled afternoon after visiting the beach and dunes, or you’re searching for a bit of atmosphere in the evening, you’ll find it here. Plenty of indoor seats for when it’s nippy, and plenty of outdoor seats in our beer gardens for when the sun starts shining.
Get out a board game if you want, or sit back and watch the football. Heck, bring the dog along! We’re dog-friendly (just make sure they’re well behaved). We also offer live entertainment nights; just call to see what’s coming up
In Early 2016, Lyndon Mulhearn who lived and worked in Talacre for the past 30 years, took on a project of a lifetime. Lyndon who was born and bread in Manchester prior to moving to North Wales, highly influenced by the Manchester Scene and Northern Quarter, took over the local pub, then known as the Smugglers Inn. With a head a full of ideas and local workforce, he went ahead and began renovating the dated pub and infused the new style. Making the Point a true standout business in the local area.
The Point opened in late 2016, with a completely new look and style. Decor inspired by bars located in The Northern Quarter of Manchester and the Liverpool Docks. It injected some needed innovation and a new outlook on Talacre. In hand with a beer bible which for the first time brought some continental favorites, cask ale and a line up of craft beer, also North Wales biggest collection of Gin to Talacre. Successful years followed with the introduction of the beer garden, then later the opening of the restaurant, with a delicious and locally sourced menu.