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Welcome to The Bridge Tavern Nestled in the heart of Wicklow Town, the Bridge Tavern is a unique location for leisure breaks, christenings, family get-togethers and more.
Bridge Street, Wicklow Town Co. Wicklow, Ireland
The Brazen Head is officially Ireland’s oldest pub dating back to 1198. Located just a short walk from The Guinness brewery and Christ Church Cathedral. Popular with tourists and locals its worth a visit for its great food, music and atmosphere.
The Brazen Head, 20 Bridge Street Lower, Dublin 8
Experience great music, Great Food and Great Craic at the Bloody steam located in the heart of Howth village.Whether you’re a fan of traditional Irish, Jazz, Blues or mainstream popular music The Bloody Stream always has something different to offer,
Howth Railway Station, Howth, Co Dublin
Enjoy an excellent meal with brilliant service from friendly and helpful staff at Treacy's Bar and Restaurant. Lovely for a relaxed evening out Its a great place to relax and enjoy food and good company.
Treacy's Bar and Restaurant, Greatheath, Portlaois
Housed in an 18th-century mansion, this warm country hotel beside the Inagh River is 5 minutes' walk from Ennistimon and 4 km from Lahinch Golf Club.
Falls Hotel Ennistymon, Co Clare, Ireland
Experience Traditional Irish Music & Food at the Abbey Tavern Howth a unique 16th century location With original stone walls, blazing turf fires, flagged floors and friendly staff, a truly warm welcome awaits you in one of Dublins’ most iconic venues
28 Abbey Street, Howth, Co. Dublin
The Purty Kitchen in Monkstown is the third oldest pub in Dublin dating back to 1728 the pub has earned a fantastic reputation for great food great service and great music.
4 Old Dunleary Rd, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, Irel