Brennan's Kilteel Innview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 1 4582117
Proprietor: John & Maire Brennan
Brennan's Kilteel Inn is a two storey, ivy clad, 100 year old building. It is olde world with two open fires, tiled floor and pitch pine back bar and furnishings. An old traditional pub in all it's glory! It is full of antiques, a haunted room and endless tales of by gone times
Achill Head Hotelview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 98 43831
Fax: +353 (0) 98 43834
Proprietor: Gillian Patten
Located on one of Ireland's most beautiful islands, the Achill Head Hotel, takes great delight in extending a traditional Irish "Failte" to all its guests. The Shark Head Bar gets its name from the largest ever "Porbeagle Shark" caught in Irish waters.
Albert Lynchs Pubview full listing
Tel: +353 22 21784
Proprietor: Denis Murphy
Albert’s as it is affectionately known is a pub in the same family ownership for over a 100 years (4 generations) and has retained its original character but changed appropriately and professionally over the years and survived.
An Brogview full listing
Tel: +353 (0)21 4270074
Fax: +353 (0)21 4278306
Proprietor: NIALL KEARNEY
An Brog opened its doors in 1992 and since then has grown and expanded into Cork’s leading indie alternative bar. It's open till 2am every night and as always admission is free. The DJ's play a mix of classic indie rock and up to the minute tunes which the punters love. An Brog also indulges those who want to see some live gigs all of which have been free since 1992. Bands to have graced our stage have included Boss Volenti, The Chalets, Duke Special, The Frank and Walters The Coronas, The Blizzards, Delorentos, Fight Like Apes, Electric Eel Shock (Japan) and most local indie/rock bands.
Such bands included Rulers of the Planet, Rest, Wiggle, and 10past7. Locals have seen Circus Cat, When Good Pets Go Bad and a host of hot new talent play recently - keeping to the Brog's policy of supporting new bands. A host of well known faces have also popped in for a pint or six. Tommy Tiernan, Glen Hansard, Cillian Murphy, Johnathan Rhys Myers, Vince Vaughan, Michael Madsen & Vinnie Jones have all popped up at the bar at some stage. Although not on the same night! So why not pop by if your in the area and say hello.
An Dilly Dally Inn Corkview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 87 2807262
Proprietor: Paudie Dineen
The Dilly Dally Inn is a family run local pub which has adapted to cater for all walks of life and has changed with the challenges the licenced trade has had to endure over the years.
An TIGH CHADHAIN-Coyne's Bar & Bistróview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 95 33409
Fax: +353 (0) 95 33615
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!
Ardattin Innview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 59 915 5652
Proprietor: Margaret Mellett
Armshaws Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 62 75245 / 75535
Proprietor: Liam & Eileen Armshaw
A small Irish family run bar at the foot of the Slievephelim Mountains in the lovely village of Cappawhite in Co. Tipperary.
This fine pub has been in the same family since 1st November 1897 when it was leased by William Armshaw for £3 a year.
Aunty Lenas Bar - Lena Chawke Ltdview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 61 396114
Fax: +353 (0) 61 395069
Proprietor: Charles Chawke
Aunty Lena's Bar is situated in the beautiful village of Adare, arguably the prettiest village in Ireland. Is is a traditional bar serving the finest food and drinks around. Our live traditional Irish music sessions EVERY Friday night are famous and we also play host to some of the best bands that can be found. People travel far and wide to experience the Aunty Lena's 'Craic'!