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05-March-2015

 

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29-January-2015

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Normal Trading Hours
14-January-2015

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An TIGH CHADHAIN-Coyne's Bar & Bistró

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Connemara
Kilkerrin
Co. Galway
Email: coynesbar@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 95 33409
Proprietor: Michael Coyne

Tigh Chadhain, Coyne’s Bar & Bistro is locatedon the famous WILD ATLANTIC WAY ROUTE  at Kilkieran in the heart of the Connemara “Gaeltacht” overlooking Kilkerrin Bay. We offer our customers good food, beers and wines, free Wi-Fi, live music, internet radio and HDTV in a relaxed atmosphere. Coyne’s prides itself on its menu being fresh with the food being prepared in a simple manner. We serve breakfasts, lunches, pizzas, wraps, fresh seafood, desserts, etc and not forgetting our delicious Seafood Chowder!

Bloomfield House Hotel - Stirrup and Reel Bar

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Belvedere
Mullingar
Co. Westmeath
Email: info@bloomfieldhouse.com
Tel: +353 (0) 44 93 40894

Nestled amid magnificent parkland, the Stirrup and Reel Bar at the Bloomfield House Hotel offers the perfect escape with its combination of traditional Irish hospitality, friendly staff, good food and modern facilities. The bar has been in operation for the past 30 years and underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2004.

Padraicins

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Furbo
Co. Galway
Email: padraicins@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 91 592444
Proprietor: Seamus McCrudden

Maritime themed traditional style Irish pub with great Food & Bars. Music every weekend. Specialising in large groups, family get-togethers, tour parties, christenings, confirmations & communions. We also have ensuite b&b with great rates.

Bolands Bar

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Bridge Street
Swinford
Co. Mayo
Email: julieboland4953@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 94 9251149
Proprietor: Seamus Boland

A family run country pub situated in a small rural town in the West of Ireland. Customers can enjoy a good pint in a relaxed, warm, comfortable enviroment. Come savour the atmosphere of a turf fire, good craic and tales of fish catches.

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Village Inn
Church Street
Killala

Tel: +353 (0) 96 32613
Email: aidanmarie@killalabay.net

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Live Music

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The Club House Hotel
Patrick Street
Kilkenny City

Tel: +353 (0) 56 7721994
Email: clubhse@iol.ie

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Beer Garden

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Dinn Ri
Tullow Street
Carlow Town

Tel: +353 (0) 59 91 33111
Email: info@dinnri.com

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Function Room

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Elwood's Bar
Forster Street
Galway City

Tel: +353 (0) 91 564 111
Email: sales@forstercourthotel.com

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