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This pub has been in the owners family for ages and it’s exactly what’s you imagine a traditional Irish bar to be like. A must-stop if you’re in the area. Give yourself some time to hang out—you’ll want to linger!
I ate at this restaurant after I visited the Cliffs of Moher as our tour guide suggested it and was raving about it. The place is small and nothing fancy, however the service was incredibly quick and staff was very kind.
Lots of ready made...More
This place is an absolute gem. Its like stepping back in time. From its original decoration to its location this is truly a tradition Irish pub and not to be missed. The proprietor was very friendly and helpful. I would defiantly recommend visiting here if...More
Stopped in for a pint of Guinness as was close by where we were staying. Quite small but we were lucky as few people there at the time we arrived. Decided to stay for pizza & no regrets. It was excellent & the service from...More
I tried the original Irish Coffee and a slice of apple pie. I do believe I dranked more whiskey than coffee. Lol But it was a cold day so it was perfect. The place is super busy and you have to order and pay at...More