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The Field Bar & Restaurant, located on The Parade in Kilkenny City centre is a lively bar and the perfect location for Breakfast/Brunch, Lunch and Dinner where a warm and relaxing environment for people to sit and enjoy good food prevails.
Porters Restaurant offers a comprehensive choice of menus with the best of Irish and International cuisine.
Special Yeats Passport Trail two-course lunch available for visitors to Coole Park Restaurant for the 2009 season. This will consist of hot lunch with tea/coffee for €10.
Karoo Farm Shop and Cafe is located in the the village of Killinick in South County Wexford close to Rosslare.
You will find the George Boutique Hotel’s modern Irish restaurant ‘gBK’ just off O’Connell Street in Limerick City Centre. The team are waiting to welcome you for breakfast, lunch or dinner (early bird available) all year round.
Corkery's Bar and Silver Fox Restaurant in Killarney are superbly situated on the High Street, in the heart of the town. The Corkery family have been offering the best in Irish hospitality for over 65 years.
Larkin's Pub and Restaurant is nestled in the heart of Kerry between the McGillycuddys Reeks and the Dingle Peninsula. With a cosy pub, approved accommodation and a great lunch and dinner menu Larkins is the place to plan your Kerry adventure.
Located opposite the Famous Dublin Spire on Dublin’s O’Connell Street, Cafe Carlo Restaurant serves a fusion of Irish & Italian cuisine in a relaxed and intimate setting.
The Jockey's is a family run premises situated in the centre of Dundalk town. The bar and restaurant is renowned for its quality of food especially its carvery lunches and friendly relaxed atmosphere.
The food at Jackson's Restaurant in Roscommon Town is modern Irish cuisine, with strong European influences. On offer is a choice of game, seafood and vegetarian dishes.
From £45 pp
€40 per adult
1 bottle per table once 3 courses each purchased.
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