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Trading Hours for St Patrick’s Day and Easter
11-March-2016

Trading hours are as follows over the coming holidays:

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Craft Beer & Cider Training
08-February-2016

NOffLA have organised training in Craft Beer & Cider for their members.

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#AboutTime - VFI/LVA Reaction to Ministers' Decision on Good Friday
21-January-2016

The representative bodies for the licensed trade, the VFI and LVA have more...

#AboutTime - It’s now time to remove archaic Good Friday law
18-January-2016

It’s now time to remove archaic Good Friday law

 

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Christy's Bar

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34 Upper Patrick Street
Kilkenny City
Co. Kilkenny
Email: anthonymorrisson@hotmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 56 7762359
Proprietor: Christy Morrisson

Situated in an area known as "The Village" is Christy's Bar, a family run business which offers you, the customer, the chance to enjoy traditional Irish society along with all the trappings of modern technology.

12 Leinster Street
Athy
Co. Kildare
Email: clancysbarathy@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 87 783 6228
Proprietor: Ger Clancy and Emma O Brien

Clancys Traditional Bar - A small pub with a big reputation!! Home of the traditional Irish music sessions which are held every Thursday!

Teach na Teamhrach-Limestone Taverns Ltd

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Trim Road
Navan
Co. Meath
Email: info@tarahouseaccommodation.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 46 9078248
Proprietor: Enda Blaney

Teach na Teamhrach is situated one mile from Navan Town, heading towards Trim, in the heart of historic Co. Meath. The name is Gaelic for Tara House indicating our close proximity to the famous Hill of Tara.

McGettigan's Bar Letterkenny

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Clanree Hotel
Letterkenny
Co. Donegal
Email: info@clanreehotel.com
Tel: +353 (0) 74 9124369
Proprietor: Brian McGettigan

McGettigan’s Letterkenny is the latest chapter in a fine tradition of hospitality, which began in 1964 with the opening of the first McGettigan’s Pub on Queen Street in Dublin, Ireland. McGettigan’s Irish Pub.

McGettigan's Irish Pub, Letterkenny’s newest live music venue, is conveniently located in the Clanree Hotel, in the thriving town of Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.

Our beautifully designed and finished pub will offer the best of all things Irish. Here you will find well poured beverages, delicious Irish Food in a modern, yet warm and homely environment. McGettigan’s Irish Pub has it all, plus so much more – live sports, entertainment and the friendliest service in town!

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Biddy's O'Barnes

Barnesmore Gap

Tel: +353 (0) 74 972 2647
Email: aaron@biddysobarnes.com

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Live Music

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Churchtown Pub
Churchtown
Ardee

Tel: +353 (0) 41 685 5308
Email: brendan_mcgahon@yahoo.com

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Beer Garden

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Yukon Bar
Holborn Hill
Belturbet

Tel: +353 (0) 49 9522811
Email: seanmaguireyukonbar@gmail.com

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Function Room

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Harrisons Bar & Restaurant
Main Street
Cliffoney

Tel: +353 (0) 71 916 6123
Email: deklanharrison@gmail.com

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The Anvil Bar
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Kilkenny City
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Mellottes Bar & Pyramid Restaurant
Neale
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The VFI is a strong National Trade Association for pubs outside the greater Dublin area. We work on our members' behalf to promote and protect their interests and give advice to members on topics such as licensing laws, employment legislation, planning matters and much more.


Many of our members are featured on this website, so if you’re looking for a genuine Irish pub we have a pub that will cater for your needs. Irish pubs have been replicated worldwide – but the best of them are here in Ireland.


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