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The James Griffin, Trim, Co. Meath


High Street
Trim
Co. Meath

Web: www.jamesgriffinpub.ie
Email: jamesgriffinpub@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 46 943 1295
Proprietor: Tom Lenihan

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About Us

The James Griffin Pub was voted TRADITIONAL PUB of the year  in 2010 and also Runner up in the Powers Whiskey Snug of the  year.  

This wonderful pub is operated by husband and wife Tom & Liz and a very dedicated staff, who strive to ensure that your visit to the pub will not only be memorable but ensures a repeat visit...

Every Monday you will find the most talented traditional musicians entertaining you in 'Lil's Kitchen' (fondly named after Tom's mother who together with her husband Michael worked behind the bar for nearly 50 years...)

Our Friday night and Sunday Evening Accoustic Sessions should not be missed by anyone visiting Trim, and if you like a bit of old time fun.... try our Pub Bingo on Tuesday nights with amazing cash prizes.Its a real Girlie night out and our host Paul draws the best out of everyone....A night with a twist

 And of course our service standards are second to none...

And finally ..... if you feel like a bop or 3... Come along to The Garden to hear the tunes from the 70's 80's and 90's by our resident DJ John Stone.

There is something for everyone at the Award Winning James Griffin Pub.

We hope to see you soon....

Local Attractions

The James Griffin is located in the historical town of Trim where King John’s Castle strikes an imposing presence in the town.

Trim is steeped in history and has many wonderful walks along the river Boyne which runs through the town which are known to be a photographer's dream.

The Boyne is a popular with both local and visiting Anglers and many a prize Trout came from the same legendary waters that gave us the Salmon of Knowledge.

Trim is lucky to have two Championship Golf Courses and a total of three altogether which will see golfers of all standards satisfied.

You can also enjoy Horse Riding, Kyaking ,Swimming,Bowls,Pitch n,Putt,Hiking,Tennis,Badminton and Paint Ball to name but a few, so you will be kept busy.

Visit website: www.jamesgriffinpub.ie

Whats on Offer:

  • Live Music
  • Parties Catered For
  • Pub Quiz
  • Sport
  • Themed Nights

Facilities:

  • Beer Garden
  • Car Parking
  • Family Friendly
  • Family Run
  • Function Room
  • Listed Building
  • Open Fire
  • Smoking Area
  • Wheelchair Access
  • WiFi

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"A Gem of a place!"

Called in to Griffins for a quick pint on a recent weekend visit to Trim, but it was so good I had 2! This is the kind of pub you could stay in quite happily for hours. It was a freezing Saturday afternoon with horrible fog outside, but in Griffins it was warm and cosy. The fire was up the chimney and there are so many nooks and cranny's you can choose to look at the TV or be away from it. Was only sorry I had to get going after the 2.......will just have to go back another day!

 
Review published 3 February 2010
Posted by: Dec

"Top class establishment"

What a surprise we were in for,not alone visiting beauitful Trim for the first time,we were directed to this magnificent pub in the heart of the town. A pub full of charm and charmers. From the moment we walked in the door until the time that we left,which was way after time,our every whim was attended to by professionals that would take your breath away. Service of the highest order was on offer,and the pub is the cleanest public house we have ever visited on our travels. The night in question was a traditional music night complete with irish dancers. The front of the pub looks decieving,being small but it extends out to a lovely beer garden area complete with bar and heating.Toilets were perfect and pretty and the pub was out the door with customers.We just fell in love with the place and will return on our next visit.Keep up the good work. Your public house is a credit to the pub trade

 
Review published 16 June 2009
Posted by: Roy/Maire Maryland

 
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