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J.D's Pub (Doyles)

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2 South Main Street
Youghal
Co. Cork
Email: colindoyle7@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 24 93011
Proprietor: Colin & Marion Doyle

Family run local pub in the centre of Youghal town

beside the Clock Gate ( Youghal's famous landmark )

Live music every weekend.

Sports events shown on 6 large screens.

One of the most popular and well known pubs in town.

Good Drink, Good Music, Great Craic. 

 

 

Old Imperial Hotel - Top Marks Catering Ltd

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27 North Main Street
Youghal
Co. Cork
Email: theoldimperialhotel@eircom.net
Tel: +353 (0) 24 92435
Fax: +353 (0) 24 90268
Proprietor: Mark Golden/Mark Johnston

The Old Imperial is a seventeen bedroom, family friendly boutique hotel located in  Youghal. It is conveniently located in the heart of Youghal town centre. A short walk will take you to all the local amenities; shops, restaurant and the beach. The hotel has a choice of two Bars and a contemporary Bistro know as the Coachouse, private secure car park to the rear and a private dining/meeting room upstairs. We pride ourselves in providing hospitality the old fashioned way.              

Quay's Bar-Youghal Quays Bar Ltd

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Nielsons Quay
Youghal
Co. Cork
Email: quaysyoughal@gmail.com
Tel: +353 (0) 24 91566
Proprietor: Seamus Curran

The Quays Bar is situated in the harbour town of Youghal, overlooking Youghal Bay. Free parking, great food served all day and entertainment on weekends, including live music and nightclub till late.

The Red Store Bar & Restaurant

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150/151 North Main Street
Youghal
Co. Cork
Email: info@redstore.ie
Tel: +353 (0) 24 90144
Fax: +353 (0) 24 90150
Proprietor: Karen Farrell

The Red Store Bar and Restaurant opened in 1999 in a renovated Grain Store which dates from the early 1900's. It retains many of the unique features of the original Grain Store including the large arched windows, high ceiling and much of the original brickwork. The Red Store moniker relates to the yellow and red old Youghal brick from which the original building was constructed.

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