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  1. The Spaniard

    Kinsale, Cork

    Famous for music, good food and fellowship as much as the atmosphere, this friendly bar is perched high over the harbour. The pub is named after Don Juan Del Aquila who commanded the Spanish fleet during the famous battle of Kinsale in 1601. Read more

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  2. The Abbey Bar

    Rosscarbery, Cork

    The Abbey Bar is a traditional family run pub in the heart of scenic Rosscarbery. The open fire, unique bar counter and a display of plates from across the globe all add to the character of the pub. Live music in the bar on Saturday nights from 10pm Read more

  3. The Rathcormac Inn

    Rathcormac, Cork

    A real Irish pub, offering home cooked meals, lively entertainment, sports on the big screen in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Read more

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  4. Granvilles Bar & Restaurant

    Macroom, Cork

    Granville’s is a family run bar and restaurant, open 7 days a week from 12 noon. Situated just off the main town square of Macroom on the N22, we are the oldest licenced premises in Macroom Town. Lunches are served daily from 12 to 4.00pm. Read more

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  5. Blair’s Inn

    Blarney, Cork

    Located only five minutes from Blarney on the R579, with its whitewashed walls and abundance of hanging baskets, Blair’s Inn looks as pretty as a picture. Widely known for good food and all day dining. Read more

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  6. Tattan's Pub

    Killeagh, Cork

    Tattan’s fully licensed premises is a charming and spacious family run pub, in an 18th century Georgian residence. Read more

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  7. The Old Oak Bar and Cyprus Avenue

    Cork City, Cork

    For live music in Cork City, there's no better place than The Old Oak Bar and Cyrus Avenue, a dedicated venue attracting national and international artists. Bar food is also served daily at The Old Oak. Read more

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  8. Geary's Bar

    Charleville, Cork

    Geary's bar, Main Street Charleville has been in continuous family ownership for over 200 years. The centuries old brick work and oak beams are still evident and any additions over the years have been carefully blended with the original. Read more

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  9. Annie's

    Cork City, Cork

    Annie’s Bar & Restaurant, serving restaurant-quality food in the casual enviroment of a pub. Located just around the corner from the historic Cork Gaol and a 15 minute walk or 5 minute drive to the city centre. Read more

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  10. 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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