Originally designed by the architect Francis Johnston whose other works include the GPO and St. George's Church Hardwicke Place, The Old Boro School opened in 1809 and played in integral part in the life of Swords until closing its doors for the last time as a school in the year 2000.
Today, having been lovingly renovated by The Smith Group and architects Space Projects so the traditional and contemporary merge comfortably together, The Old Boro has once again become a hub of Swords life as a public house.
Their daily lunch menu offers something for everyone. Try one of their succulent pannini, hot and tempting toasties or the chef's special, made with the freshest ingredients available. From 5pm, their À la Carte menu is sure to get your appetite going with items such as Fresh Crab Claws, Bruschetta, Stuffed Fillet of Chicken Parma and Crisp Barbery Duck to name but a few!
Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact The Old Boro Public House & Restaurant for directions and precise location prior to your visit.