The Unicorn Bar is a family owned business, in the family since 1961. It is a popular local with extensive bar and restaurant menus. A great location for sporting events with 2 large screens and 7 plasma TVs situated all around the bar.
We are the only late bar in the locality with no cover charge serving until 2am every Saturday.
We are the only "Late Bar" in the Dooradoyle/Raheen area. We have live bands every weekend from 10pm until midnight followed by our resident DJ. We also have a Sunday Music Session with a big band from 7-9pm.
At the Unicorn we can cater for all parties, large or small. We have our "Fables Restaurant" upstairs with full a la carte menu and can cater for parties of up to 100 people fully seated. We also offer BYO in our restaurant - Bring Your Own - you bring the wine - we supply the food - no corkage! We are the first in Limerick to offer this service.
In the bar we can cater for all your parties, birthdays, anniversaries, christenings, etc. with a wide selection of fingerfood available. We also serve free fingerfood when you book a party for 25 or more people.
For parties of 2 to 200 The Unicorn is the place to go offering bands and DJ every weekend, late bar until 2am, no door cover charge, heated smoking area - as we say "The benefits of City night life without the hassle".
The Unicorn - Your Local!
We are just in the suburbs of Limerick City with the wide array of attractions close at hand in "The Treaty City".
The Medieval King John's Castle
The Hunt Museum
The Famous Durty Nelly's
The Shannon River winds it way through the heart of Limerick City with great view from the many bridges.
Don't forget the home of rugby and the home of Munster - The famous Thomand Park
Whats on Offer:
- Late Bar
- Live Music
- Parties Catered For
- Pub Quiz
- Baby-changing Facilities
- Beer Garden
- Car Parking
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Function Room
- High Chairs
- Open Fire
- Smoking Area
- Wheelchair Access
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