Could this County Down pub be the most haunted in Ireland? Step inside and find out
Irish pubs are famed for music sessions. In this County Westmeath pub you can buy groceries, too
Ireland’s independent craft beers are making a big impression with cool new brews in pubs all over the island
Step into some of the island's most captivating pubs
“We wine you, we dine you, and we bury you.” McCarthy’s in County Tipperary is somewhat unusual
A scoundrel breathing fire and designs from Titanic: this County Armagh pub is a quirky one
When famous faces come to Dingle, they inevitably find themselves in Dick Mack’s. Dolly Parton even ended up on the counter
They like two things in De Barra’s: good music and good beer. This County Cork pub has the perfect formula
Corinthian columns, Italian-carved wood panels and gas lights fizzing overhead. Belfast's Crown Bar is a masterpiece
Themed pubs can be hit or miss. With an authentic mariner’s touch and even a ship’s cat, County Cork's Bulman is a bulls-eye
An outstanding selection of eclectic dishes with a festive and informal atmosphere to create a complete dining experience.
Victors Bar, at the Club House Hotel on Patrick Street in Kilkenny City exudes with Olde Worlde charm. At lunch time...
Leopardstown Inn situated in Stillorgan, South Dublin. The Leopardstown Inn is a friendly pub with a great atmosphere.
Welcome to the Uluru Bar and Restaurant. We are located on the Dunmore Road just opposite the Waterford Regional Hospital....
Dating back to 1198, The Brazen Head is officially Ireland's oldest pub. Licensing laws only came into effect in 1635...
Mollys bar is a stylish bar set in main street, Irvinestown in north Fermanagh. It is a family ...
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