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Ranked #1 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Friel's Pub (Miltown Malbay)
Ranked #2 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
Owner description: Old fashioned traditional Irish music pub dating back to 1895, rich in tradition and culture with a lovely atmosphere. Music... more » Owner description: Old fashioned traditional Irish music pub dating back to 1895, rich in tradition and culture with a lovely atmosphere. Music every Friday and Saturday during the winter and every Wednesday Friday Saturday and Sunday during the summer, Famous for its trad sessions with some of Ireland finest having played here. Friels is a listed building a still has some of the old structural fittings in place which is worth seeing. « less
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Dick Mack's (Dingle)
Ranked #3 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Sin e (Cork)
Ranked #4 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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McCarthys Pub (Fethard)
Ranked #5 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Daltons Pub (Kinsale)
Ranked #6 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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O'Flaherty's (Dingle)
Ranked #7 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
Category: Bar/ Clubs; Performances; Bars
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Ranked #8 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Jack Meade's Pub (Waterford)
Ranked #9 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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The Laurels (Killarney)
Ranked #10 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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The Tap Tavern (Kinsale)
Ranked #11 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Ranked #12 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
Owner description: So you want to meet new people, party in Cork's coolest locations and save loads of money?? Experience the best night-life... more » Owner description: So you want to meet new people, party in Cork's coolest locations and save loads of money?? Experience the best night-life cork has to offer with The Cork Rebel Pub Crawl. This Crawl visits 4 of Cork's finest pubs, with free shots in each venue!! Whether you are new to Cork, visiting for the weekend or just looking to meet new people and have a great night this is an event not to be missed!! Finish the night off in style with entry to one of Cork's hottest Nightclubs!! You can enjoy Cork's Best Party for only €10. When on the pubcrawl you will: * See 4 of Cork's best bars * Free shot in each bar * Free Entry to Cork's hottest nightclubs * The ultimate party for locals, erasmus, internationals, au pairs and tourists! « less
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An Teach Beag (Clonakilty)
Ranked #13 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Ranked #14 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Killarney Grand (Killarney)
Ranked #15 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
Category: Bar/ Clubs; Bars

The Grand (Sheehans Bar), Main St, Killarney has Live Entertainment 7 nights a week all year round with bar exemptions nightly. The Best of Live  TRAD MUSIC AT 9PM every night... more »

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Ranked #16 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
Owner description: The Rob Roy is a Traditional Irish Pub full of character and old world charm. It is recorded as "The Rob Roy & Commercial... more » Owner description: The Rob Roy is a Traditional Irish Pub full of character and old world charm. It is recorded as "The Rob Roy & Commercial Inn" in Slaters 1846 Directory and "The Rob Roy Hotel" in 1867.Many emigrants spent their last night upstairs here before departing to America. The Pub is currently run by Martin & Helen Slattery and Martin on occasion will join the many regular traditional music sessions that are held there,on his Banjo. A warm friendly welcome awaits all visitors to The Rob Roy. £ and $ accepted. « less
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O'Connors Pub (Doolin)
Ranked #17 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Kelly's Bar (Cobh)
Ranked #18 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Clancy's Bar (Youghal)
Ranked #19 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
Owner description: With an impressive selection of beers, wines, whiskeys and cocktails, Clancy's is among the premier locations for a good... more » Owner description: With an impressive selection of beers, wines, whiskeys and cocktails, Clancy's is among the premier locations for a good night out in East Cork-whether it's to meet up with friends, celebrate a special occasion, enjoy the live music or catch any and all international sporting events on the bar's flat-screen TVs. The beauty of Youghal speaks for itself-where Cork meets Waterford, where the Blackwater meets the Celtic Sea, and where strong traditions meet the present day. There's no better way to take in that beauty than with a walk along the Strand. And while you're down here, call into Clancy's for a bit of refreshment-be it at the bar, in the dining room or in our beer garden. « less
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Crowley's Bar (Kenmare)
Ranked #20 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Ranked #21 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Haye's Thatched Pub (Dunmore East)
Ranked #22 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Ranked #23 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Flannery's Bar (Limerick)
Ranked #24 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Owner description: Michael Flannery’s Pub is well known to everyone in Limerick. Located on Denmark Street, alongside the pedestrian shopping... more » Owner description: Michael Flannery’s Pub is well known to everyone in Limerick. Located on Denmark Street, alongside the pedestrian shopping area of Limerick and just around the corner from the famous Milk Market, its vibrant red shopfront is set off against a beautiful stone façade. The owner, Michael, is one of Limerick’s longest serving publicans having entered the family business in 1959. Michael’s grandfather, William Flannery opened the first Flannery’s pub in 1898 and after an apprenticeship with his uncle Bill Ahearne of The Palace Bar Dublin, Michael took the reins of the family business and has been in situ since. The building itself began life as a soap factory in the 1850s and many of Michael’s customers would tell you that the culture of clean living which began in Anglim’s Soap Factory is alive to this day except customers now use “Water of Life” (Uisce Beatha) to cleanse. Michael is one of the last remaining publicans who bottled his own Jameson whiskey and Guinness Stout from the cask until the mid 1960’s when the practice of distilleries supplying whiskey in the cask directly to whiskey bonders stopped. Indeed there is a beautiful display of the bottles and labels he used at the rear of the pub. As you make your way through the bar, take notice of the photographs of Michael and his customers on the stone walls, amid the memorabilia he has amassed from a lifetime in the licensed trade. It is Michael’s links as a bottle of John Jameson Whiskey that began his love affair with Irish Whiskey. The Pub has over 100 different Irish whiskeys, making it’s collection one of the largest in the country. Powers Johns Lane and Yellow Spot are two stand outs for customers. Michael likes to encourage his customers to discover the different types and styles of Irish whiskey and has gone to great lengths to produce a “Whiskey Bible” which lists all the Irish whiskies for sale accompanied with tasting notes and a history of the Pub and Flannery family. Feel free to take away your copy of the “Bible” as your souvenir! Flannerys is famous for serving an excellent pint of Guinness and keeps up with the changing times by offering a very impressive range of Irish craft beers such as Galway Hooker, Tom Creans Lager and Stonewell Cider. Michael Flannerys is famous in Limerick for being an old fashioned pub. A place where your Grandfather and Father drank and somewhere you hope to carry on your family tradition. The stone, brick and dark wood retain the feel of the traditional Irish country pub. This is a feel that nearly died out during the Celtic Tiger but thankfully not here. As you enter Flannerys, there is a snug located on your right hand side and it is perfectly sized for two old friends catching up or a group of ten attending a Whiskey Tasting Session. There is a stove that emits a warmth that is heavenly on the many cold doors the Irish weather offers and it makes you run the risk of overstaying your welcome. The bar counter harks back to the days when groceries and dry goods were sold in many Irish pubs. At the rear of the bar, a door alights into a beautiful stone walled courtyard and this space is overlooked by a roof terrace which is awash with sunshine on most days of the year. There is a spacious modern bar behind all this which caters for the young vibrant pub scene of Limerick city. This area serves lunch and breakfast from Monday to Saturday until 3pm with specialties such as Farmhouse Bread sandwiches and fish 'n chips. All major sporting events can be seen here but not in Michaels pub as it is a TV free zone (TVs are referred to as “conversation killers” by the staff). A favourite with many local and national musicians, the bar has hosted many famous (and not so famous!) musicians over the years, including Mundy and Sharon Shannon. There is a lively Traditional music session every Tuesday with live contemporary music most nights in the adjoining courtyard and contemporary Main Bar. Any time is good to call into Michael Flannerys Pub. It opens at 10.30am every morning, except Sundays, where it opens at 12.30pm (times set by law!) Enjoy a read of the paper next to the fire or simply ask one of the many knowledge bar staff to help you with your visiting itinerary. Michael Flannery’s Pub, 17 Upper Denmark Street, Limerick City « less
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Ranked #25 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
Category: Bar/ Clubs; Bars
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Thomond Bar (Cork)
Ranked #26 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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The Blue Zone (Dingle)
Ranked #27 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Ranked #28 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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Buggle's Bar (Kilrush)
Ranked #29 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
Category: Bar/ Clubs; Bars
Owner description: Buggles Pub and B&B is a traditional pub built circa. 1800, owned and operated by three generations of the same family. Its... more » Owner description: Buggles Pub and B&B is a traditional pub built circa. 1800, owned and operated by three generations of the same family. Its warm, relaxing atmosphere is welcoming and the adjoining Bed and Breakfast is of the finest quality with large spacious rooms overlooking the noted Heritage Town of Kilrush. Some of our rooms overlook Kilcredane Lighthouse and the historic townland of Reaha.Kilrush has a fine Georgian streetscape, a marina, an eighteen hole golf course, Dolphin boat trips, the restored nineteenth century Vandeleur Walled Gardens, and of course the restored West Clare Railway (immortalised by Percy French: 'are you right there Michael'), the magnificent and ancient Scattery Island which contains the remains of five of seven churches, an intact 5th century, 120 feet round tower, Napoleonic battery, a light house and keepers cottage, the deserted 'street' from the 1960s is both eerie and charming. A monthly lecture series by the local Kilrush Historical Society complements many of the local activities. Kilrush is a veritable Photographers Paradise (a quick search through Flickr confirms this) and all are welcome to enjoy the music, sample the atmosphere and experience the tranquility of Kilrush topped-off with a great pint of Guinness with Shamrock atop in Buggles Pub. « less
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Nancy Blake's (Limerick)
Ranked #30 of 341 Bars in Province of Munster
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