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Henry Street
Kenmare
Co. Kerry
Email: davittskenmare@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 64 6642741
Proprietor: Donal & May Cremin

Davitts is a Bar/Restaurant & Guesthouse in the beautiful town of Kenmare. We offer excellent Food from local producers.

Davitts is in an ideal location in the town centre with Luxury Accommodation. All the quirky shops & great restaurants are on our doorstep.  Kenmare is a great town with the most breathtaking scenery.  Great location on the Wild Atlantic Way.

Maguires Bar

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Market Square
Moville
Co. Donegal
Email: bigbens@live.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 74 938 2835
Proprietor: Benny McIntyre

Traditional Irish Pub located in the centre of the busy market town of Moville. Maguires is the central meeting place for locals mid-week looking for chat and a chance to catch up on the latest news. Most popular meeting point in town for young ones at weekends heading out for the night. Top D J's keep the craic going. We have 3 plasma screens and one Big Screen keep you up to date with all the football and racing action. You won't miss a thing!

Johnny's Bar

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The Square
Blarney
Co. Cork
Email: info@blarneycastlehotel.com
Tel: +353 (0) 21 4385116
Proprietor: Ian Forrest

Blarney Castle Hotel is situated in the heart of Blarney village.  The main bar known locally as "Johnnys" is a popular bar with the locals in Blarney.  It offers good daily menu for lunch and evening and has traditional music on offer each Tuesday and Sunday night.

James Griffin Bar

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Bridge House
Ennistymon
Co. Clare
Email: mattgriffin@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 87 2500234
Proprietor: Matthew Griffin

A pub steeped in history. The premises was used as the first  Convent by the Sisters of Mercy when they moved from Gort to Ennistymon. Prior to that it was the Bridge House Hotel.

It was purchased by the Griffin family in the early 1900's from the then Bishop of Galway.

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Southern Bar
East Green
Dunmanway

Tel: +353 (0) 23 45625
Email: galvinsonthegreen@gmail.com

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Live Music

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An Poc Fada
North Road
Monaghan Town

Tel: +353 (0) 47 72395
Email: paulanpocfada@yahoo.co.uk

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Beer Garden

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The Old Ship
44 Main Street
Arklow

Tel: +353 (0) 402 32271
Email: theoldship@eircom.net

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Function Room

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The Thomond Bar
2 Marlboro Street
Cork City

Tel: +353 (0) 21 4279747
Email: reakennedy@hotmail.com

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