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Patrons found in Roundfort bar at 4am

The licensee of a bar in Roundfort, where a number of patrons were found on the premises at 4.15am, was before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.

Race is on between tourism investment and survival of retail and hospitality sectors

Dividends anticipated from ongoing intense investment by our government in attracting further tourism business to Ireland, may serve little purpose if there is nothing to keep people here when they come. While beautiful scenery and glorious outdoors have much to offer in their own right, without open doors in shops, pubs, restaurants and hotels to welcome those weary and seeking comfort following excursions, the allure of holidaying in Ireland may soon be lost.

Slow drinkers in pub after 2am

A Ballina licensee who permitted the consumption of alcohol after closing hours was convicted and fined at Ballina District Court on Tuesday.

Great Christmas value at The Malt House and The King’s Head

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Book your Christmas party at The Malt House restaurant and enjoy a free after-dinner cocktail of your choice in the adjoining King’s Head pub, plus free live entertainment every night.

The Dylan has the ‘Best Snug’ in Leinster

Kilkenny's Dylan Whisky Bar is home to Leinster's Best Snug, having topped the regional poll in the public vote as part of the Powers Whiskey Ireland's Best Snug 2011 competition.

Ballina bar had people drinking on premises after hours

The licensee of a pub in Ballina was convicted and fined at Ballina District Court this week as five people were found drinking on the premises after closing time.

Two Westport pubs win Licensing World awards

It was celebrations all round for the staff of Uncle Sam’s Bar at the Mill Times Hotel and The Porter House, Bridge Street, Westport who both picked up awards in the 2011 Licensing World Bar Awards. Joe O’Malley is the proud owner of both pubs. The awards were presented at a glittering black tie event attended by over 300 members of the Irish pub and licensed trade in the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel, Dublin.

For delicious food and a lively atmosphere try

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.

Coach House pub for lease in Thomastown

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Coach House Pub

Raising the bar with new pub accreditation in Kilkenny

The Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) has joined forces with Fáilte Ireland, to launch Fáilte Ireland’s National pub accreditation scheme that will allow Ireland’s pubs and licensed premises to benefit from a new quality-based approval system.

 

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