Harney's pub in Dunhill is a legend in its own location.
As the only pub in Dunhill it is ruled with an iron hand by the wild haired Jim Harney for as long as I can remember.
Typical of a country pub, there's still the black painted stone floor and the ancient wooden chairs and stools; add in a big open fire and a dartboard and you might just start getting the picture. There's an outside marquee area for smokers as smoking is not allowed inside Irish pubs.
Sunday lunch is typicl meat and two veg. I haven't eaten here in many years, but the food still looked good when I had a couple of drinks here two weeks ago.
It's a very popular place for people to gather when racing finishes in nearby Tramore and the place is seldom quiet.
Favorite Dish: As with many country pubs there's a little shop attached to the pub and here they sell sliced home cooked ham which is hugely in demand and very tasty indeed between a couple of slices of bread after a Sunday afternoon in the pub:-)Related to:
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