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Get ready for another great Ladies Night this Friday

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Following on from the success of last week’s Ladies Night, every Friday night from now on, The Venue Athlone's amazing cocktails will be on special of two for €10 for the entire night.

The Venue an ideal and intimate location in the heart of Athlone

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Located in the heart of the hidden heartlands of Athlone, The Venue offers an intimate but energetic late-night entertainment experience with live entertainment, top djs and if you want to treat yourself some wonderfully crafted cocktails.

Tribe Time Cocktail Corner

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Appletini

An Púcán, the ultimate whiskey experience

An Púcán on Forster Street is less than a year in existence but its presence is going from strength to strength on the Galway food, drink, and entertainment scene. An Púcán is renowned for its remarkable selection of Irish and international whiskies, with around 200 to choose from. The extensive range can be enjoyed in traditional and truly modern ways — from neat tasting platters of food and whiskey pairings and truly scrumptious whiskey cocktails (try the Teeling Brûlée sour) An Púcán is not afraid to try something new and exciting with Irish whiskey.

Get ready for summer chic at The Prince Bar and Karma Nightclub

Friday night is upon us again and what better way to round up your week than with cocktails in the Prince Bar! Tonight The Prince invites you to join them in a taste of their new cocktail menu, with two for one cocktails all night - a great excuse to round up your friends!

The Prince Bar cocktail corner

Copacabana

get mixing some st patrick’s day drinks

Irish Eyes

Make your own cocktails

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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.

 

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