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Went to Fethard (pronounced feathered) on to way from Bansha to Cashel just to visit the Sunday bric brac market. As we were early, went for a tour around town and while had heard about the remnants of the medieval wall, the “remnants” are impressive....More
Wonderful atmosphere, wonderful food, great service, the sign outside says, Hotel, Restaurant and Undertakers! Such a wonderful sign. Very friendly locals. The best Pate I have ever eaten. Can’t be missed.
My wife and I and two other friends decided to have lunch in McCarthys Pub and what transpired was beyond belief . From stepping of the pavement into the pub was like being transported back in time back to the 1920's . It was certainly...More
It is great to call to a place & see that it still has the same character & not changed. I had not been here for a number of years previously just for a drink but today we were calling for food also. It has...More
We visited McCarthys after spending a pleasant Sunday afternoon in Fethard. The 3 course menu caught our eye and looked to be great value. We both ordered soup for starters along with our main courses and drinks. After a while the two main courses came...More
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mccarthymor, Owner at McCarthys Pub, responded to this reviewResponded 31 May 2018
You may have noticed that we have a policy of not replying to reviews on Tripadvisor,good or bad. This time however I feel that a reply is necessary . We decided to lease the food side of our business to allow us to...More
My family and I met up with a group of nine Facebook friends from the USA at Mcarthy's for Easter dinner and a few drinks. The food was served promptly, and it was delicious. The pints were excellent. The on-duty staff were pleasant, attentive, and...More
Myself and my hubby were driving home from a family wedding and stopped into Mc Carthys for a bit of brekkie what a gem of a place to find!!the full irish was hot plentiful and delicious!!I could have eaten an entire plate of their home...More