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M O'Shea

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1 euro Pub with good food and atmosphere
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M O'Shea
M O'Shea, Borris Co Carlow
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Halfway up the steep main street of Borris, this unspoilt and friendly old-world grocery-pub is well worth seeking out.

M O'Shea

Halfway up the steep main street of Borris, this unspoilt and friendly old-world grocery-pub is well worth seeking out.


The old grocery section at the front links into a modern-day shop next door - a very practical arrangement that brings past and present together in a delightful way.


Conversions and extensions towards the back allow for several larger rooms, where food can be served or music sessions held, and there's a paved area at the back for fine weather. Absolutely charming.


Sandwiches, snacks all day. Music every fortnight or so: "it's a bit random".

Closed 25 Dec & Good Fri. abbreviations
Last Updated: 03-05-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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