The Lemon Tree - Grellan Delaney & Sons

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Opposite the courthouse in Portlaoise town centre, Grellan Delaney & Sons is the largest pub in Co Laois, yet this is no soulless drinking factory but a friendly, family-run business where the staff enjoy getting to know their customers and the manager, Michael Delaney, is proud to have “my father, aunties, uncles, and my brothers all working here"

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