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The Red Store Bar & Restaurant

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150/151 North Main Street
Youghal
Co. Cork
Email: info@redstore.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 24 90144
Proprietor: Karen Farrell

The Red Store Bar and Restaurant opened in 1999 in a renovated Grain Store which dates from the early 1900's. It retains many of the unique features of the original Grain Store including the large arched windows, high ceiling and much of the original brickwork. The Red Store moniker relates to the yellow and red old Youghal brick from which the original building was constructed.

Ryan's of Ratoath - Ryan Family Partnership

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Main Street
Ratoath
Co. Meath
Email: ryansofratoath@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 1 8256201

Situated in the heart of Ratoath village established in 1963 Ryans Bar, Restaurant and Steakhouse is a family run business with a friendly and homley feeling and atmosphere.

Fiddlers Creek

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Rockwood Parade
Sligo Town
Co. Sligo
Email: shorttj@indigo.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 71 914 1866
Proprietor: Fergal Harrison / Enda Scanlon

Fiddlers Creek is 12 years old. It is renowned for its good food and entertainment. Hot lunches served every day and bar food and restaurant every evening.

It is situated along the Garavogue River in the centre of Sligo.

Booking is advisable for food.

 

The Irish Arms

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Main Street
Lisdoonvarna
Co. Clare
Email: info@theirisharms.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 65 7074207
Proprietor: Kevin and Helen McNamara

Established in 1795 The Irish Arms is one of the oldest pubs in Ireland. Renowned for being a great place to eat and drink, we are situated in Lisdoonvarna, County Clare, a town famous for its Spa, Matchmaking Festival and of course the song made famous by Christy Moore!

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O'Dowds Seafood Bar & Restaurant
Roundstone Harbour
Roundstone

Tel: + 353 (0) 95 35809
Email: info@odowdsseafoodbar.com

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Live Music

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Gallahue's Bar & Restaurant

Ballylanders

Tel: +353 (0) 62 46644
Email: gallahuespub@hotmail.com

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Beer Garden

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Ewing's
Haymarket
Carlow Town

Tel: +353 (0) 59 9131138
Email: info@ewingscarlow.com

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Function Room

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Rafferty @ Clancys
15 -16 Princes Street
Cork City

Tel: +353 (0) 21 427 6097
Email: info@clancys-bar.com

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The Cloch Ban
Enniscorthy
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Castlemaine
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McGourty's Bar -
Castlerea
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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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