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The Market Bar

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17 Magdalene Street
Co. Louth
Tel: +353 (0) 41 983 7166
Proprietor: Noel Nugent

Well established Family run Pub , full of Olde Worlde Nic/Naks

Antiques & Local Historic Pictures that have been the topic of many a lively debate !!

Award winning Stone Front Premises

Clean, Warm and Friendly 




The Dingle Pub

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Main Street
Co. Kerry
Tel: +353 (0) 66 9151370
Proprietor: Tom Geaney

Family run bar located in the heart of Dingle, serving quality food at reasonable prices.

There is a bed & breakfast over the bar and an off licence next to pub.

There is music 7 nights a week from May-Oct and week-ends thereafter.

Montenotte Hotel-Gatlan Hotels Ltd

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Middle Glanmire Rd
Cork City
Co. Cork
Tel: +353 (0) 21 4530050
Proprietor: John Gately

BEST WESTERN Montenotte Hotel, Cork boasts a great selection of 107 comfortable and modern hotel guest rooms, offering all the facilities required by today's discerning traveller. Accommodation in our Cork City hotel includes 4 star guest rooms that are ideal for hotel breaks in Cork City, ensuring your getaway break is relaxing and memorable. Bright rooms, comfortable duvets, tea and coffee making service and wi-fi internet access are just some of the reasons for choosing to stay at BEST WESTERN Montenotte Hotel, Cork.

Our superb 2 bedroom apartment units offer all the services of a hotel, yet the privacy and space of an apartment, perfect for both longer term stays and short term family hotel breaks in Cork city.

JJ Harlow's

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Market Square
Roscommon Town
Co. Roscommon
Tel: +353 (0) 90 6626225
Proprietor: Caitlín McConn & Brian Mugan

JJ Harlows is a very traditional Irish bar with a difference in the middle of Roscommon town. With two cosy snugs and many other original features, it is the perfect place to enjoy the very large selection of Irish and international craft lagers, ales and stouts, wine by the glass, freshly ground coffees and toasties. Also, it is quickly becoming one of the best live music venues in the midlands, with original acts playing every Saturday night and sessions every Sunday.  


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The Creamery Bar & Restaurant
Bunratty Fairgreen

Tel: +353 (0) 61 364114

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Live Music

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The Lavey Inn
Dublin Road
Cavan Town

Tel: +353 (0) 49 4330577

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Beer Garden

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McIntyre's Pub
Shannon Harbour Village

Tel: +353 (0) 57 9151493

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Function Room

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Courtney's Bar
24 Plunkett Street

Tel: +353 (0) 64 663 2689

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Millar's Bar & Restaurant

The Inn at Milltown

Germaines Bar-Joe Germaine & Sons Ltd

The VFI is a strong National Trade Association for pubs outside the greater Dublin area. We work on our members' behalf to promote and protect their interests and give advice to members on topics such as licensing laws, employment legislation, planning matters and much more.

Many of our members are featured on this website, so if you’re looking for a genuine Irish pub we have a pub that will cater for your needs. Irish pubs have been replicated worldwide – but the best of them are here in Ireland.

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