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Three of us English happened upon this bar on a Sunday night, it was warm, friendly and the people made us feel right at home. The beer was excellent and the craic was typically Irish, Coming from Newcastle, we were tagged , big Jack, the...More
It felt like walking into a ghost house and we were the cast of horror movie!
Bar staff was not friendly or welcoming, took a while to get any service.
The place itself it's bland and lacks personality.
There are so many more friendly, welcoming...More
Visited the pub late Sat night that Kerry beat Mayo. The minute we walked in we felt at home. Sublime service from 2 barmen who never missed a customer & still kept up the interaction and discussion about the game that day. A really nice...More
Came here with a small group on a Monday night. We walked around the town a bit first and it was very quiet considering the day of the week but luckily we came across O'Connor's because the bar was very busy, it isn't a large...More