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Showed up at peak drinking time on a Friday night with no seats available, but friendly people moved their belongings and butts and we squeezed into a booth. Michael at the Chateau had told us to drop in for a quick pint to say hi...More
I wasn’t in here for a while. It’s absolutely lovely. Very comfy and there’s a really retro jukebox with music that hasn’t been replaced for forty years!
So if you fancy old stuff then this is for you!
This is one of the last real Pubs in the center of Cork, a real Gem. Staff and locals very friendly and theres always some kind of a debate going on, that anyone can join, if they want to. Then you have a juke box...More
Call into the Fish Wife across the road, order your fish & chips, and then retire to this very quaint pub for a pint and enjoy the friendly atmosphere while waiting for your dinner. Highly recommended.
Popped in here to eat the fish and chips I had ordered from the Fish Wife take away across the road. Patsy was behind the counter, friendly and warm. I was fortunate enough to be able to listen to some elderly gentlemen discussing irish history,...More
This is a really cosy pub. It's owned by a lovely lady named Patsy who will chat away with you if you like.
I love the old juke box there full of 60/70/80s stuff so you can while away the evening listening to your favourite...More
We popped in here on a Saturday afternoon. Grand 'local' in the heart of the 'Victorian Quarter' on Maccurtain Street.
Very friendly service from behind bar and the bar seems to have its fair share of locals.
Cracking old style jukebox.