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    The long mile inn bar

    About : The long mile inn bar The long mile inn pub great pints,and great entertainment each weekend , venue available to Cater all private party’s Welcome to the long mile inn bar & bistro. We serve fantastic food from our varied menu everyday until 8.00pm . Catering for families , office staff , private events and work collegues . Weekend entertainment with live music Dj and singers . We cater for all celebrations and events with reserved seating on request and finger food .

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    Brickyard Gastropub

    About : Brickyard Gastropub Gastropub in Dundrum serving great food 7 days a week, a wide range of Irish and International craft beers, cocktails and wines. The definition of a Gastropub is “a pub, bar, or tavern that offers meals of high quality”, and although this, in its literal form, is what we strive to offer, we do intend on elevating the notion of a gastropub to the next level. We want to offer not only “meals of high quality”, but the finest beers, wines, cocktails, spirits, soft drinks, coffees, teas, and everything else that falls under the guise of “a pub, bar, or tavern”. Food Menu : http://www.brickyard.ie/#food

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    Sacre Coeur Restaurant

    About Established in 1968, O’Sullivan’s Sacre Coeur is a family Restaurant. Using local ingredients including, Sneem Lamb & Black Pudding and Fresh Seafood All our meat and chicken are 100% Irish. Our lamb and black pudding are supplied by our local butchers. Only the freshest seafood is sourced from our local fisheries.Our soups and sauces are gluten free. Large parties, special occasions and group lunch bookings catered for. Earlybird menu available from 6-7pm Children’s menu available.

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    Hole In The Wall Pub

    Welcome to Hole In The Wall Hole in the Wall dates as far back as 1651, the medieval Inn was then called ‘Ye sign of ye Blackhorse Inn’. It was enjoyed historically as a coaching house and as a tavern. Today, driving along Blackhorse Avenue you will catch sight of the imposing Tudor style exterior of the Hole in the Wall, first impressions are lasting. It is exactly 100 metres long qualifying it as the longest pub in Europe. This pub nestles against the Phoenix park wall. It combines the merits of a Dublin cosmopolitan city pub with the pure, fresh air and amenities of the 1700 acre Phoenix Park. This makes it a unique destination pub in Dublin to visit. Hole in the Wall has a rare mixture of antiquity and character throughout, attention to detail has always been paramount. Everything has been carefully selected to compliment the ambience that characterises the pub, with roaring fires in the winter months adding to its atmosphere, and a beer garden in summertime to chill and relax. Hole in the Wall gastro-pub offers a daily fresh extensive menu. The Wine shop has a splendid selection of world wines where one can carefully Read more [...]

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    Paul Geaney’s Bar & Restaurant

    Welcome to Paul Geaney’s! BAR & RESTAURANT For over 25 years, our family-run bar restaurant has been providing quality food, drink and entertainment for the local community and tourists alike. Ideally located on Main Street in the heart of Dingle town, we’re perfect for groups, lunch, dinner or a snack with a vibrant atmosphere for a pint during sporting events or our LIVE evening entertainment…. or so we’re told! Looking forward to looking after you soon. Paul Geaney’s Bar & Restaurant Street Front Dingle What we’ve got for you! FOOD Whether it’s lunch, a light snack or an evening meal you’re looking for, our kitchen is open from 12pm to 9.30pm. All our roasts are cooked daily with fresh vegetables. Pizzas, salads, sandwiches and of course our popular kids menu and much more… MORE LIVE MUSIC With LIVE music 7 nights a week from 9ish, mingle in a vibrant, dynamic atmosphere to the sounds of traditional Irish music with a twist or covers of the most popular 70s, 80s, 90s and recent artists. Make sure you get your request in! MORE DRINKS Along with our full range of draught lagers, stouts and ales we have developed our range of craft beers Read more [...]

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    Le Bon Crubeen

    About : Le Bon Crubeen Award winning Franco-Irish Brasserie on Talbot street north city centre. Providing a realistic, every day, grass-roots food experience using the finest of Irish produce. www.leboncrubeen.ie Culinary Team Christopher Blaire : Menus : http://leboncrubeen.ie/menus/ Public Transit LUAS: Busaras (150m away) or Lower Abbey Street Bus: 1,2,3,4a,4,5,7a,7b,7d,7,7n,8 General Manager Karen Kennedy Attire Casual                  

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    The Dingle Pub

        Dingle’s No.1 Entertainment Venue! Music 7 nights a week, food served all day! Easy to find, hard to leave   With a bar and restaurant, The Dingle Pub B&B is in the heart of Dingle. Host to live Irish music, it offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking. It is just 700 m from Dingle Harbour. Renowned for its traditional Irish music, Dingle is ideal for exploring the scenic Dingle Peninsula. Guests can enjoy walking, cycling, and hiking in the area. The Dingle Pub B&B is just 1 km from the Oceanworld Aquarium.

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    The Celt Bar

    About : Celt Bar Traditional Irish Pub on Talbot st, Dublin city centre. Great food & live Irish Music every night with 2 sessions on Sunday. email: theceltdublin@gmail.com Public Transit The Celt is located in Dublin’s city center, serviced by a number of bus routes and with Connolly and Tara street dart stations only a short stroll away its ideal for a quick bite or a few drinks in town.. Attire Casual Culinary Team Le Bon Crubeen Kitchen led By Errol Defoe Online menu : http://thecelt.ie/assets/menu/Celt-Menu-Summer-2018.pdf      

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    Gus O’Connors pub

    Early Days Gus O’Connor’s Pub was first established in 1832 and was a tiny rural pub which could hold only 20 customers when Gus O’Connor took over the family business from his father John in 1956. Doolin was just starting to make a name for itself at the time and Gus O’Connor, together with his wife Doll, played a crucial role in this process as musicians were always welcome to play in the pub, which wasn’t the case in many places back then. The Pure Drop Several music & folklore collectors visited Doolin on different occasions to record local tunes, songs and stories. Seamus Delargy came as early as the 1920s and he was followed by three of the most famous Irish Folklore Collectors: Seamus Ennis, Ciarán MacMathuna and Breandan Breatnach. O’Connor’s Pub hosted many of these recording sessions in the 40s and 50s which were made for archive purposes but also for radio broadcasting. And thus, following the broadcast of these recordings, Doolin was literally put on the map as a hot spot for traditional music, a place where you could experience “the Pure Drop”. When Gus & Doll O’Connor took over pub in 1956, there weren’t many visitors Read more [...]