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There’s plenty of midweek music in The Prince, Athlone next Wednesday September 25 with the bar’s popular Acoustic Audio sessions. Plenty of talent has performed on the night which has been running for over a year, so expect a great night!
If you’re looking to party this September then The Prince Bar is the place to be.
The House cocktail mixologists have been beavering away for a few weeks now and have crafted a new cocktail menu for your delectation.
To celebrate its new cocktail bar and menu, the crew at the King’s Head are throwing a party tomorrow from 9pm.
The Prince Bar is well known for its cocktails and has a Christmas cocktail special this festive season to complement its newly launched cocktail menu. This Jagerina is a cocktail that will definitely warm people up!
Whether you’re looking for some girl fun, and wishing to show off your musical knowledge, The Prince, Athlone has something planned for you.
This weekend (November 21 to 23), Knockranny House Hotel and Spa are hosting Taste of Knockranny! The event, which caters for hotel guests as well as the public on the Saturday, will showcase all the delicacies the area surrounding the hotel has to offer, with local producers exhibiting at the event, wine tastings, cocktail demonstrations and lots more!
Nothing adds instant glamour to an occasion like cocktails. Unfortunately there is nothing instant about all the chopping, juicing, and blending that goes with making them. So if the thoughts of preparing a cocktail at home from scratch leaves you feeling a little shaken and stirred, well relax and sit back with the new bartender-inspired collection of ready-to-serve cocktails from the makers of Smirnoff vodka. Available in both mojito and cosmopolitan, both varieties are prepared using super premium ingredients to bar standards yet are perfect for enjoying at home.
Thanks to television shows and movies, cocktails have made a big revival in the past few years. The last big cocktail phase was during the fifties and sixties when every fashionable hotel had a cocktail bar with lots of starched collars, crisp white uniforms and bow ties. In 2009 the typical uniform for a cocktail barman seems to be black, although usually with the addition of a very flashy tie. The use of the word cocktail dates back to 1806 in New York so they have been around a long time, yet many have stood the test of time and have the same ingredients today as they had 100 years ago. A typical cocktail contains about 30-40 per cent high strength alcohol with the remainder being flavourings of one kind or another.