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Findlater House, Howth, Co. Dublin, D13 T045
Wrights is famous for offering the best harbour views in Howth, and its location in the centre of Howth village makes it a popular choice. This stunning restaurant is situated in one of the most beautiful seaside locations in Dublin, overlooking Howt
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Main Street, Baldoyle, Dublin 13
Hopping mad weekends followed by serious weekday nights, with thorough food options on offer 24-7. Old style regular on one the one hand, with a large, stone floored renovation on the other. Great sports atmosphere with a large screen for the really
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Carnegie Court Hotel, Swords, Co. Dublin, K67 W4A9
The Harp Lounge is one of Sword's liveliest bars. Its unique design ensures that it caters for all tastes; whether you want to enjoy a quiet drink, some afternoon pub grub with the family, a girly night out or listen to the best live music in the are
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Balrothery, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
The Balrothery Inn is a traditional pub with so much to offer with its great history, strong local presence and great food located in the quaint village of Balrothery, Co.Dublin. Originally a coach house and licenced since 1656, the pub tended to the
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Littlepace Shopping Centre, Clonee, Co. Dublin, D15 WKV4
Welcome to The Paddocks, Our superb family pub & restaurant by day, cool cocktail and live music venue by night featuring the best live bands Ireland has to offer. Sumptious array of cocktails, desserts & craft Beers on offer - Our Frozen Dai
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Old Navan Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15
Bradys has become a popular hub of activity over the years. Bradys boasts a wide ranging menu that specializes in contemporary European and Irish cuisine. It is known locally for its sizzling steaks and succulent chicken, but it also has a menu suita
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Unit 14, The Plaza, Swords, Co. Dublin, K67 XY96
A welcome addition to the nightlife on Dublin's northside in the heart of Swords which has been attracting a regular clientele since it opened in late 2007. Drawing them in is the '70s retro atmosphere, the distinctive music of that era, relaxed and
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Westend Shopping Park, Westend Commercial Village, Blanchardstown, Co. Dublin
A part of the JD wetherspoons group the Great Wood offers both food and drinks at extremely competitive prices.
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New Street, Malahide, Co. Dublin, K36 HW67
Gibneys is a local family owned institution with lovely stone walls and flag floors. Young and old gather for live music, comedy nights, banter, and one of the better pints of Guinness around. Atmosphere weekends, spacious beer garden, upmarket grub
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Newpark, The Ward, Co. Dublin, D11 X8DH
Once known as "The Red Lion," this establishment has been in operation since 1620. It is situated on the former N2, the old road from Dublin through Ashbourne and on to Derry and Donegal in the North of Ireland. (Now known as the R135).
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Howth Summit, Howth, Co. Dublin, D13 XK50
The Summit Inn is a unique pub where all ages meet together to enjoy a pint, a snack and relax & watch the world go by. There is a good mix of both local and visitor clientele all struck by the timeless ambience that is The Summit. The Summit has
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Opposite Howth Yacht Club, Harbour Road, Howth, Co. Dublin
Situated on the scenic waterfront in the fishing village of Howth, The Waterside and its sister pub the Fisherman's Bar combine to offer a tasteful blend of comfortable contemporary style and old world traditional charm. Its delicious hot bar food served
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Drogheda Street, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, K32 WD52
Definately a drinkers' pub, with great craic any night of the week, and a decent pool table and dart board, too. Makes up for its no-frills look by serving a cracking pint!
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Main Street, Swords, Co. Dublin, K67 E3E0
The Star is the oldest pub in Swords and is well established and popular with the local community.
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Main St, Malahide, Co. Dublin, K36 VY57
Duffy's Pub Malahide has earned a well deserved reputation for serving some of the best food in Dublin. Early open from 10.30 for morning tea and coffee. At 12.30pm Duffy's Pub serves the best Lunch in Dublin, offering a delicious seafood buffet lun
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Main Street, Swords, Co. Dublin
Originally designed by the architect Francis Johnston whose other works include the GPO and St. George's Church Hardwicke Place, The Old Boro School opened in 1809 and played in integral part in the life of Swords until closing its doors for the last
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The Ward (Just off the N2), North Dublin, The Ward, Co. Dublin, D11 W6NF
The Coolquay Lodge is just off the old N2 North Road. It's a pub/restaurant with ample parking. They serve traditional Irish cuisine that is locally sourced and only the freshest ingredients to their customers.
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31 Main Street, Swords, Co. Dublin, K67 X923
At The Cock Tavern Heritage Pub, located in the heart of Swords, they offer you centuries of licensed trade hospitality all refined and adapted to the most discerning tastes of the contemporary food and drink consumer.
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Carpenterstown Road, Castleknock, Dublin 15
The Carpenter is a very nice establishment. It is well run,clean and the staff are very nice!..They have some great flat screen TV's for the football so theres no excuses lads! theres also a beer garden which is lovely during the summer with a cool p
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