County Clare Nightlife

  • O'Connors Pub
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  • perfect pints at Minogue's
    perfect pints at Minogue's
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County Clare Nightlife

  • O'Connors Pub

    Doolin Nightlife

    O'connor's pub is just amazing! The people are so friendly and welcoming like your just one of them, the music isnt just played on a stage and everyone sipping pints, its in the middle of the people. People are dancing and singing like they haven't a care in the world. I have never walked in at night-time and it empty, oh no, it does be absolutely...

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  • Banquets

    Shannon Nightlife

    Knappogue Castle in Quin, Co.Clare was built in 1467 and was the home of the MacNamara Clan. The original structure has Georgian and Regency additions. It is furnished in 15th century pieces. If you find Bunratty's banquet booked up or would like the Medieval dining experience away from the crowds, try Knappogue. open for tours of the castle...

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  • Monk's Pub

    Ballyvaughan Nightlife

    A cosy pub at the entrance to Ballyvaughan. We had lunch here (outside even! Something you don't find often in Ireland!) and had planned to return at night. But then we never made it. It looked like a very cosy countryside pub. Are you joking?

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  • O'Connor's Pub

    County Clare Nightlife

    Even though it's a really touristy place this pub is great fun. Packed with people and there's a good Irish music sessions every night! Everybody is allowed to join, very original and nice! Don't wear your warm jumper - it can get really hot in here!

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  • The Paddy Quinn

    County Clare Nightlife

    certain pubs in this region of the world have a charm that is hard to describe but after being there one feels at home. Paddy Quinn is such a place. Easy spot to make friends. The first time you are a stranger, the second time you are a regular!

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  • A great spot for traditional Music

    I never visit Ennis without stopping at Cruise's pub for a pint, and if the timing is right, a nice session. The woodwork is dark and there is always a turf fire going in each of the pubs fireplaces. Just beyond the first fireplace, where musicians usually sit, is a snug-ish room with it's own fireplace. It is very cozy, especially on a chilly day....

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  • Home away from home

    certain pubs in this region of the world have a charm that is hard to describe but after being there one feels at home. Paddy Quinn is such a place. Easy spot to make friends. The first time you are a stranger, the second time you are a regular!

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  • A mainstay for Irish music

    Peppers Bar is an oasis at a crossroads in Feakle, Co. Clare. It is well known as a place for some of the best Irish music to be heard anywhere.

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  • The most Perfect Pint (so far!)

    This was easily the best pint of Guinness I've had in all my trips to Ireland. Minogue's Bar is located in Tulla and while it may not look like your classic Irish pub from the outside, it is perfect on the inside. It is cozy and friendly and has the feel of a place where you can just settle in let the time pass as you are drinking their fantastic...

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  • The Perfect Pub

    We went to this pub on recommendation from my brother-in-law, otherwise we might have tragically passed it by. Located on the northern tip of the Burren, Loclainn's Whiskey Bar is about as quaint and comfortable as a bar can be. It truly fits the romantic image people have of the warm and cozy Irish pub. The wall behind the bar is covered in...

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  • Stay for the music

    Most people who have visited Bunratty castle have been in Mac's Bar. It really is a nice and cozy place, and really is a true pub. What most visitors don't realize is that Mac's isn't just open during the day for tourists at the folk park. It is open every night and often features some great Irish music. Some excellent musicians have played there....

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  • A Classic Irish Pub

    After a long day on the Cliffs, we were ready for a bit of evening entertainment to go along with our meal. This was easily achieved by a short trip down the road to the pub centre of Doolin (although I cannot remember exactly what it was called!). It actually was a hopping spot with all sorts of activity taking place. We certainly did not mind...

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  • An almost 400 year-old Pub

    Ok, Ok.This is well known as a tourist pub,but I am a tourist! This pub was established in 1620 , and I thought it was cool. It is has two stories. It has two restaurants or you can order from the bar ,like we did. The mushroom soup is yummy. It has a cozy,rustic decor and you can sit by the fire and listen to live music.,while you enjoy a pint or...

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  • A legend!

    Even though it's a really touristy place this pub is great fun. Packed with people and there's a good Irish music sessions every night! Everybody is allowed to join, very original and nice! Don't wear your warm jumper - it can get really hot in here!

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