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Collins Bar Dooradoyle

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Dooradoyle
Limerick City
Co. Limerick
Email: collinsbar@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 61 309191
Proprietor: James Collins

Modern suburban bar with a traditional feel. Food served all day from 10am until 9pm. Late bar and event host. 

Just Off of M20 j2.

Friels Pub

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Mullagh Road
Miltown Malbay
Co. Clare
Email: jonathanwilson9ie@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 65 708 5883
Proprietor: Jonathan Wilson

Lynch’s Bar known as “Friels” is located in the Square of Miltown Malbay beside the Bank of Ireland. Famous for its traditional Irish music session, it is a very popular spot for tourists and locals who want to sample traditional Irish music. It is a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere in an old fashioned traditional Irish Pub.

“Friels” is known for its famous musicians who often stop into play an impromptu session along with top local muscians.

Check out our videos to see why we are known throughout the country for our famous sessions.

Molly's Bar

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Letterfrack
Letterfrack
Co. Galway
Email: mollysbar91@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 95 41931
Proprietor: Gerry & Sally Lyons

Molly’s Bar is situated in the heart of Connemara in a place called "Letterfrack". It's a family run pub with music and craic every weekend! Molly's is renowned for its large heart warming log fires and good pints of Guinness. We love welcoming old and new customers and musicians too. The Raineys recorded their debut Irish album in 1956 in Molly’s Bar.

Maryborough Hotel & Spa

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Douglas
Douglas
Co. Cork
Email: info@maryborough.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 21 4365555
Proprietor: Dan O Sullivan

Nestled in the leafy suburbs of Cork, the Maryborough Hotel Cork is one of the finest luxury hotels in Cork combining the charm and grandeur of a country residence with the luxury of an internationally acclaimed Cork hotel.

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The White House
Pearse Street
Kinsale

Tel: +353 (0) 21 4772125
Email: whitehse@indigo.ie

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Live Music

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Toss Byrnes of Inch
Inch, Gorey
Inch

Tel: +353 (0) 402 37915
Email: tossbyrnesbarandlounge@gmail.com

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Beer Garden

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Tubridy's Bar & Guest House
Cooraclare
Cooraclare

Tel: +353 (0) 65 9059033
Email: tubridyclare@eircom.net

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Function Room

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Eddies Bar @ Fairhill House Hotel ***
Clonbur
Connemara

Tel: + 353 (0) 94 954 6176
Email: info@fairhillhouse.com

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