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The Turn Inn

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Derrinturn
Carbury
Co. Kildare
Email: office@theturninn.com
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9553004
Proprietor: J O’Neill

Renowned for its child friendly environment and good food, The Turn Inn has a varied, interesting menu which includes seafood, traditional Irish fare and children’s menu. Excellent food, reasonably priced.

Charlie Maddens Bar

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Main Street
Timoleague
Co. Cork
Email: waltonswsw@yahoo.co.uk
Tel: +353 (0) 23 8846120 / 23 8846595
Proprietor: Shiela and Simon Walton

Charlie Maddens Bar is a family run pub in the heart of west Cork. It has been catering for local and passing trade for years now with the Madden family owning it since the early 70’s.

Glentane, Castleblakeney
Ballinasloe
Co. Galway
Email: glentane@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0)90 9678111
Proprietor: Christy Ruane

This is a centuries old family-run pub situated on the Monivea-Castleblakeney-Ahascragh-Ballinasloe road (R339). It is about 9m/16km from Monivea, 4m/6km from Menlough and Mountbellew, 2m/3km from Castleblakeney and 8m/14km from Ahascragh. The first mention of this pub is in the 1770's when a Garet Ruan was publican. The oldest part of the house, in which the bar is situated, dates back to this time. 

Harrys Gastro Pub

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Rosses Point
Co. Sligo
Email: noemail@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 71 91 77173
Proprietor: Fenton Ewing

Located on Rosses Point Promenade, the pub enjoys spectacular views over the islands Oyster and Coney. Local Chefs provide fresh, homemade sesonal fare from the locality. The Pub has been in the Ewing family for five generations built by Fenton's Great Great Grandfather, Thomas Ewing, circa 1870. It boasts a spectacular character, with tons of local maritime memrobelia on the walls. The highlights of the pub are the many large fish tanks and the historic well in the back bar giving the pub the nickname "The pub with the well". Casual dining with Reservations. Free Wifi.

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Merrys Gastro Pub
Lr. Main Street
Dungarvan

Tel: +353 (0) 58 24488
Email: merrysgastropub@gmail.com

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Live Music

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The Bottling Store
1 Walkin St, 1 New Street
Kilkenny City

Tel: +353 (0) 56 7721150
Email: brennansbottlingstore@hotmail.com

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Beer Garden

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Coolera House
Knocknahur South,
Knocknahur

Tel: +353 (0) 71 916877 / 9168207
Email: noemail@gmail.com

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Function Room

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Tudor House
15 Mary Street
Dungarvan

Tel: +353 (0) 58 41873
Email: tudor@cablesurf.com

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