Traditional treats, pub seats and cutting-edge chefs combine to make eating and drinking in Dublin a peak pleasure
Carrygerry is a charming "Old World" Country House, which was built in 1793, near Shannon, in the Scenic County Clare...
The Hairy Lemon in Dublin City Centre is a quirky pub and restaurant that is just about as unconventional as its namesake,...
High Café is a café/restaurant located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, the hub of the city.
A welcoming and friendly place for visitors, friends and groups to meet. Fresh baked goods available every day, with...
The Harcourt Hotel in Dublin city centre offers an award winning carvery dinner as well as a la carte and table d'hote...
The Imperial Garden Chinese restaurant is situated on the Cork Road in Waterford City. This friendly restaurant offers...
Welcome to Franzini's at the very heart of everything that is happening in the historic town of Trim in County Meath,...
The oak panelled interior of this bar is salvaged from the Mauritania and in contrast to the adjoining Thomas Reads,...
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