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Brogans Bar & Restaurant

Brogans Bar & Restaurant

24 O'Connell Street, Ennis, Co Clare

Steeped in local history, Brogan's is one of the oldest family-run traditional-style Bars in the market town of Ennis, gateway to the Wild Atlantic Way. Irish Music, Song & Dance is at the core of everything we do and our reputation for serving the best quality locally-sources Irish Food & Drink, at value for money prices, speaks for itself. Visit Brogans...A Warm Welcome Awaits!

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Crotty's Pub

Crotty's Pub

Market Square, Kilrush, Co Clare

Crotty’s claimed the much coveted 2009 Failte Ireland tourist Bar award at the licensing world bar awards recently. Irelands leading tourist pub is an authentic traditional pub offering great food, irish music and a high standard of accommodation.The pub with its old mellowed woodwork, pitch pine conters,ornate tiled floors, plate glass mirrors, walls and mirrors filled with interesting and historical materical is a delight to the eye. The en suite guestrooms are individually decorated with fine...

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Durty Nelly's

Durty Nelly's

Bunratty, Co. Clare

The Original Durty Nelly's located in the shadows of the famous Bunratty Castle Bunratty Co Clare. Durty Nelly's is one of Ireland's most famous pubs and offers a truly unique Irish experience through its history and character.

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Fawl's Railway Bar

Fawl's Railway Bar

69 O Connell Street, Ennis, Co. Clare

Family run business established 1932. Original old style select bar with snug. Spacious beer garden. Award winning Traditional Irish music pub with free live traditional Irish music sessions every weekend. Off-Licence stocks a wide range of speciality spirits, old and new world wines and rare whiskeys.

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James Griffins Bar

James Griffins Bar

Bridge House, Ennistymon, Co Clare, Clare

When you walk into Griffins Bar, Bridge House,Ennistymon you take a step into history. Bridge house was established in the 1820's and was known as the Bridge House Hotel. It was said in folklore that Daniel O' Connell stayed in Bridge House while dancing the night away.