Decided on Kyteler's after the Smithwick's tour. We were seated and as our luck would have it,a two piece band set up right next to us and played. Great atmosphere.
My wife was intrigued by the story of the place and the original owner who was sentenced to be burned at the stake for witchcraft. So we ate, listened, and got a history lesson all at once!
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