Welcom to Pubs Ireland
The Temple Bar is located in the heart of Dublin and close to all the main attractions. If it’s a traditional Irish Pub you are after, look no further than the Temple Bar. Hard to believe that in the middle of this hectic area, there is a peaceful outdoor haven, where you can enjoy the atmosphere of the bar, in the sunshine or rain, out in the fresh air of Dublin. A genuinely warm welcome, backed by first-rate modern service, is the hallmark of this friendly spot in Dublin. Whether you are alone or with a group of friends, the craic is fantastic and you will feel thoroughly at home at the Temple Bar. Overseas and out of town visitors will find the staff to be a valuable mine of information on Dublin’s history and haunts. Boasting Traditional Irish Music Pub of the Year from 2002 to 2012, The Temple Bar prides itself with fine Live Music Sessions every day and bring together a fine sample of talented musicians from around the country. If you want a quick bite to eat before you head off to do the sights of Dublin, drop in and grab a sandwich and refreshments.
Situated in Bridge Street in Skibbereen Annie May’s Bar is a local family bar with live Music sessions every Wednesday Saturday Sunday nights All Welcome ! singers, musicians and story tellers welcome to join in
A traditional Irish pub in the picturesque fishing village of Ballycotton, East Cork. The Blackbird is renowned for Live Music and its great craic and is the perfect place to socialize and party in East Cork.
The Bulman Bar is steeped in tradition, full of character, has history in abundance and with an atmosphere that cannot be described. All of this as a result of time and tradition. For all these attributes, the bar proudly hangs its “Black and White Pub of the Year Award”.
The Quays Bar Youghal is situated as the name suggests on the quays near the clock tower in the picturesque Town of Youghal.