Tod’s Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 25 24662
Proprietor: Katherine and William Cahill
Tod’s is a pub owned and operated by the same family for over 100 years. The current proprietors are Katherine and Billy Cahill. On entering the bar you will be struck by the friendly and intimate atmosphere where you will genuinely be made feel at home.
Dooleys Hotel and Dry Dock Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 51 873531
Proprietor: June Darrer
The Dry Dock Bar at Dooley's Hotel Waterford is a comfortable bar serving the best of local produce and quality beverages.
The Dry Dock Bar at Dooley's Hotel aims to serve you, the customer, as best as we can.
The Lavey Innview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 49 4330577
Proprietor: Seamus Farrelly
The Lavey Inn has been a popular meeting place for many years. It offers the ultimate in food and drink leaving you spoiled for choice with the extensive bar menu.
Johnsonsview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 45 431396
Proprietor: Catherine Johnson
Located beside the bridge in the heart of town, The Liffey Arms (or Johnsons' as it's often called) is one of Newbridge's most popular and well established pubs.
Our beautiful lounge is available to hire FREE OF CHARGE for all social occasions, from birthdays to pub quizzes to hen parties! We can provide you with a range of food options and a band or DJ if you need one!
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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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