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Eagle House

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
0 votes
This fine traditional establishment is full of interest and a great local. The interior is dark, but has a fascinating collection of model boats, ships and other nautical bric-á-brac and is arranged in comfortably sized alcoves and 'snugs' on di ...

M. J. Henry

Cootehall, Co. Roscommon
Character Pub
1 votes
The more theme pubs and superpubs there are, the better everyone likes M J Henry’s bar, which hasn’t changed in at least 30 years and, in true country Irish fashion, is also a food store ‘that caters for all your grocery needs’. ...

The Glyde Inn

Annagassan, Co. Louth
6 votes
2 euro
Location, location, location! Overlooking Dundalk Bay, with the Mourne and the Cooley Mountains in the background and a long sandy beach just outside the windows, this is a fascinating place to visit at any time and it’s simply stunning on a fine ...


Killaloe, Co. Clare
7 votes
Just across the road from the river and close to the fine old bridge that links Tipperary and Clare, this famous almost-riverside pub is an attractive place to visit. There are fires in the cosy bars for chilly days and also plenty of tables and benc ...

Morrissey's Seafood Bar & Grill

Doonbeg, Co. Clare
B&B / Bar / Restaurant
10 votes
2 euro Pub with good food and atmosphere Serious About Seafood
This attractive family-run bar in Doonbeg village is run by the energetic Hugh McNally, who has upped the ante in recent  years. While retaining some of the charm of the old bar, he has given this lively seafood bar and grill a refreshing more c ...


Galway City, Co. Galway
Restaurant / Wine Bar
6 votes
3 euro Restaurants Offering Consistent Excellence Overall Denotes genuine Irish food culture, ie special Irish food products/companies/producers, and highlights the best places to shop for regional and artisan foods; the selection excludes obvious 'non-Irish' elements regardless of quality, eg ethnic restaurants and specialists in coffee, wine and other drinks, unless relevant to local production or history. Eat & Stay establishments are chosen for their commitment to showcasing local produce and Irish hospitality. Serious About Seafood The "Best of the Best" - Only the very best establishments across various categories have been chosen for this accolade
Enda McEvoy, the chef responsible for putting Galway on the international dining map, finally opened this much anticipated venue late in 2014 and it soon became the toast of the town. Located in a stretch of industrial glass buildings just off Eyre Sq ...

Naughton's Bar

Kilkee, Co. Clare
5 votes
1 euro Serious About Seafood
Painted dark grey and wine, Naughtons is a smartly presented 1870’s pub the on main street, with French doors opening out onto a patio with seating for fine days. Owned by Elaine Haugh and her husband, Robert Hayes, who is the chef, this friend ...

Campbell's Bar

Westport, Co. Mayo
1 votes
2 euro
At the foot of Croagh Patrick, just cross the road from the Great Famine national monument, this characterful old pub has been in the same family for generations and dates back to the mid eighteenth century. Flagged as a 'museum pub', the photographs ...

Thomas Fletcher

Naas, Co. Kildare
Character Pub
1 votes
This great old pub goes back well into the 1800s and has been in the Fletcher family since Tom Fletcher's father ran it in the 1930s. It's the kind of place that puts Irish theme pubs to shame, with its simple wooden floor and long, plain mahogany bar ...

The French Paradox

Dublin 4, Dublin City
Classes/Courses / Deli / Restaurant / Speciality Store / Wine Bar
2 votes
2 euro A selection of establishments outside the standard categories that should enhance the discerning travellers experience of Ireland Previous Georgina Campbell Guides Award Winner The "Best of the Best" - Only the very best establishments across various categories have been chosen for this accolade
On a busy road near the RDS, this inspired and stylish operation brings an extra dimension (and a whiff of the south of France) to the concept of wine and food in Dublin. The French Paradox combines a wine shop, a large and atmospheric ground floor wi ...
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