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  1. Bushe's Bar

    Baltimore, Cork

    This is a family run business, situated on the square of Baltimore Village, overlooking the harbour and the islands. They serve delicious home cooked bar food daily and offer their local knowledge to anyone who needs it. Read more

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  2. Muskerry Arms Bar

    Blarney, Cork

    The Muskerry Arms was established as a small public house in 1838 and is named after the Muskerry Tram line, which serviced the village up until 1830. The premises is owned by the O'Connor family since 1984 and is personally managed by Nell O'Connor and Family.
    The Muskerry Arms is a great family run business and we have entertained many visitors and locals for decades with great food, music & great craic. Read more

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  3. Crossroads Bar

    Buttevant, Cork

    The Crossroads Bar and Lounge is a haven from the hustle and bustle of modern life where you are assured a friendly welcome and relax by our log stove and enjoy a drink in the unique atmosphere of an Irish country pub. Read more

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  4. De Barra's Folk Club

    Clonakilty, Cork

    There's Carnegie Hall, The Royal Albert, Sydney Opera House and then there's De Barra's - Christy Moore, August 2003. Read more

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  5. Bells Bar

    Cork City, Cork

    Bells Bar at the Maldron Hotel in Cork City offers something for everyone. There is great food and drink, WiFi facilities, screens for sporting events and a pool table. Read more

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  6. The Elm Tree

    Glounthaune, Cork

    "We invite you to enjoy the best of food and wine in our sophisticated, spacious and contemporary setting in Glounthaune. We hope you'll find each and every visit special. Relax and let our dedicated, professional staff look after you". Read more

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  7. Con and Maura's Bar Clonakilty

    Clonakilty, Cork

    Con and Maura's Bar Clonakilty is an old time bar with trad music on Thursday's. Conveniently located in the centre of Clonakilty town. Read more

  8. Moby Dick's

    Youghal, Cork

    The 1954 movie of the same name actually gave birth to this pub and its popularity in general. The film company used the pub as its base and most of the cast stayed there during filming. Read more

  9. The Waterside Inn

    Schull, Cork

    Serving lunch, bar food, a la carte and seafood. Full wine list. Read more

  10. Bull McCabe’s

    Airport Road, Cork

    Bull McCabe’s is a traditional Irish bar, located on the main airport road in Cork. Serving award winning, carvery lunches 7 days a week 12.15 – 2.30 and evening bistro Mondy to Saturday Sat 5 – 9 p.m. Read more

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