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The Prince Bar are always looking for new bands, acts, and entertainers to take to their stage, or to entertain the busy weekend trade. If you think you have what it takes email [email protected] to speak to the bar manager about booking an event within the Prince Bar. Don’t forget to attach clips of your act as well as a brief description of what you can offer.
The Prince Bar and Karma nightclub is your number one destination to celebrate any occasion.
March has been a great month of live music at the Prince Bar; they have had local and national bands take to their stage over the past few weeks, and will continue the line-up with even more live music to be announced next month. Keep an eye on their Facebook page (facebook.com/princebarathlone). The Prince will also welcome back their traditional music Sunday and live music Thursday over the next month.
Have you an event or big occasion coming up why? Then not avail of the Prince Bar’s fantastic party offers.
The Prince Bar, Athlone will be showing all the sporting action in their bar.
For an authentic old-style pub experience on the water’s edge, you can’t beat Lukers Bar in Shannonbridge.
The Palace Bar, Castle Street, Athlone has become equally synonymous with a great night out as with delicious homecooked food. It offers a high standard of comfort, elegance, style, and service. Food is served in the bar from noon to 8pm Monday to Sunday. The menu offers customers a delicious choice of homecooked foods, from tasty lunches, appetising mains, as well as hearty breakfast options, light snacks, and sweet treats.
With the addition of the stunning new Bridies bar (official opening this Saturday at 4pm) and the existing venues Langtons can now offer everything you need for a night out.
The Bodhrán Bar on Rush Street, Castlebar, has just opened following recent renovation work. Located next to Gifts Supreme, the bar will stage live music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, promising a great atmosphere for locals and visitors alike. The Bodhrán bar caters for young and old and new owner Mary Flanagan has years of experience in the bar trade and, along with Pat Mugan, looks forward to welcoming customers old and new to their new venue.
The Dáil Bar is fast becoming the place to be for a bite to eat or a great night out. The literal translation of The Dáil is The Meeting place, and true to its title the bar is a wonderful venue to relax, or for a romantic meal with someone special. If you have yet to meet that special someone then ‘Go Dating’ is coming to the rescue this May and June for three nights of friendly and flirtatious fun. The first two events are speed dating, and then for something a little bit different, on the third evening the ‘Go Dating Crew’ are pioneering an extra special dinner-dating event. The first speed dating event will be on Wednesday May 27 with the second event being held on June 10. The unique dinner-dating evening will happen on June 24. Each event will be held upstairs in The Dáil Bar, the perfect setting for a touch of romance. For more information, costs and times visit www.godating.ie or call The Dáil Bar on 091 563777. The Dáil Bar and Restaurant is open from 11am daily serving food until 9.30pm.