Bison Bar

Bison Bar

The Bison is situated along the side river liffey in Dublin city. It is a whiskey bar with the emphasis on cocktails and enjoying the atmosphere of the young crowd that frequent the place. Why not enjoy a whiskey cocktail with their specialty BBQ selection.
Darkey Kelly’s

Darkey Kelly’s

Darkey Kelley’s bar has over 100 premium Irish whiskeys to enjoy in one of the best known pubs in Dublin for traditional Irish music. They are in one of the oldest parts of Dublin city. Fishamble Street is one of the oldest streets in the city also. Handel’s...
The Merrion Hotel

The Merrion Hotel

The Merrion, located in the heart of Dublin city centre, is the capital’s most luxurious five star hotel, and a proud member of The Leading Hotels of the World. The 142-bedroom and suite hotel is as welcoming as it is stylish. An impeccable restoration of four...
Jasmine Bar

Jasmine Bar

Jasmine Bar, voted one of the ‘Great Whisky Bars of the World’ by Whisky Magazine and part of the Whiskey Trail of Ireland, offers the opportunity to relax and enjoy one of a hundred different whiskies from around the world, exotic cocktails and delicious dishes. They...
The Airport View Hotel

The Airport View Hotel

The Airport View Hotel has one of the best whiskey rooms in Dublin with many rare bottles lining the custom shelves of this beautiful bar. Surrounded by fields, the hotel lies 4.2 km from the village centre and 10.8 km from Dublin Airport.
John Kavanagh “Gravediggers”

John Kavanagh “Gravediggers”

John Kavanagh “Gravediggers” got its nickname because it’s built into the wall of Glasnevin Cemetery and gravediggers used to come in for a few scoops after a hard night’s digging. Situated in picturesque Prospect Square at the original entrance to the graveyard, the...
The Temple Bar Pub

The Temple Bar Pub

Since 1840 this quintessential Dublin pub has dispensed renowned hospitality and traditions of excellence to generations of Dubliners and visitors alike. Today The Temple Bar is famous across the globe for its traditional ambience, unrivalled vitality and for our...
37 Dawson Street

37 Dawson Street

Step back in time and visit the exceptional whiskey bar at 37 Dawson Street. Tucked at the back of the building you’ll find a luxurious and stylish retreat both richly furnished and dimly lit. Sit back, relax and sip your favourite brand of whiskey; neat, on the rocks...
McCann’s Bar

McCann’s Bar

The pub was built in 1759 and now is operating as McCann’s Bar and is officially the closest bar to Guinness’s Brewery / St. James’s Gate. The Irish public house has an important role in the life of Ireland and its people. It’s a place for...
The Norseman

The Norseman

The Norseman building as a watering hole dates back to the 1500’s when it was known as the Wooden Man Tavern due to a wooden Viking figure on the corner of the street. James Monks owned the establishment in the 1840’s. James bonded whiskey for Jameson and we...
Lowry’s Music & Whiskey Bar

Lowry’s Music & Whiskey Bar

Located in the centre of the bustling town of Clifden in Connemara, Lowry’s Bar Clifden is an Iconic Irish pub, famous throughout Connemara, Galway and beyond for its warm and friendly atmosphere, legendary Irish Music, inviting character and vibrant mix of both...
Madden’s

Madden’s

Maddens bar, found behind Castle Court shopping centre, is a Traditional Irish bar with some of the best Traditional Music to be found anywhere in the city. Nestled close to St. Mary’s and Bank Square, next time you want a ‘trad session’ why not call...
The Merchant Bar

The Merchant Bar

The Merchant Hotel in Belfast City is located in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter, surrounded by Belfast’s best bars and restaurants and close to the city’s shopping areas and transport links. From rare spirits to vintage Champagnes – not to mention a cocktail...
The Tanyard Bar

The Tanyard Bar

The Tanyard is a newly established venue in the heart of Skibbereen. Consisting of a sports bar, live events, whiskey and gin menus and a large range of local and international beers. Its the perfect place to relax after a day exploring Co. Cork.
Grace’s

Grace’s

Grace’s Pub Naas was established in 1998 by the Grace family. Recently renovated, this traditional family-owned pub is now a stylish, contemporary over 21’s late bar, famous for its creative, handcrafted cocktails. The bar serves lunch and bar bites daily...
Kyteler’s Inn

Kyteler’s Inn

Kytelers Inn is located in the heart of Kilkenny City, the medieval home of Dame Alice Kyteler, a suspected Witch! This original stone building was established in 1324 and pre-dates the USA as a country. Join the locals and tourists with a whiskey in this slice of...
The Dingle Pub

The Dingle Pub

With a bar and restaurant, The Dingle Pub B&B is in the heart of Dingle and has a great selection of Irish whiskey to enjoy. Host to live Irish music it is just 700 m from Dingle harbour. Renowned for its traditional Irish music, Dingle is ideal for exploring the...
John Benny’s Pub

John Benny’s Pub

Located opposite the pier in Dingle Town, John Benny Moriarty’s is a superb place to eat and be entertained. Your hosts, John & Éilís, are well known traditional Irish musicians, and their pub is one of the Peninsula’s finest venues for music, song and...
Paul Geaney’s Bar

Paul Geaney’s Bar

For over 25 years, Paul Geaneys family-run bar has been providing quality food, drink and entertainment for the local community and tourists alike. Ideally located on Main Street in the heart of Dingle town, we’re perfect for groups, lunch, dinner or a snack...
Green’s Bar

Green’s Bar

While Green’s Bar opposite the old port in Kinvara is a very typical traditional Irish Pub, its stand-out feature must be the shelves in the bar groaning under the weight of the astounding collection of whiskey. This collection features the ever-increasing number of...
J. & K. Walsh Victorian Spirit Grocer

J. & K. Walsh Victorian Spirit Grocer

This fully preserved and original Victorian Family Grocers & Bar located in the heart of Waterford City was established in 1899 and remains unchanged since then. Outside of the capital city this is one of the most fully intact examples of its kind in the Republic...
Cronin’s Pub

Cronin’s Pub

The history of Cronin’s Pub goes back to when it was part of the former Kennefick’s Hotel in 1970. It actually opened as a hotel by the Kenneifck family in 1892. It is now a renowned seafood restaurant and bar with over 100 bottles of whiskey to sample.
Davy Mac’s Bar

Davy Mac’s Bar

Davy Macs is a traditional Irish pub with a modern twist. The exterior of Davy Macs is designed to resemble a traditional Irish cottage while the interior is like you have stepped back in time to a traditional Irish bar. It is complete with old Irish memorabilia...
The Sky & The Ground

The Sky & The Ground

The Sky And The Ground is a traditional pub with plenty of character and a lively atmosphere on Wexford’s South Main Street. They have a hundred plus whiskeys and sixty gins on their menu. There is a big heated beer garden out the back of the pub with lots of...
The Brewery Tap

The Brewery Tap

“The Tap” as it’s known locally, is renowned for its hospitality to all who come through its doors. Located in the business and social heart of the town, the pub is frequented by tourists, business people, sports personalities, poets and musicians – as well as being a...
O’Lochlainns Bar

O’Lochlainns Bar

O’Loclainn’s is recognised by travel and food writers as someplace special, an unforgettable traditional pub, where occasionally there might be traditional music played on fiddles and guitars and tin whistles to be enjoyed as the peace of evening comes dropping...
Martin’s Pub & Cooley Whiskey Bar

Martin’s Pub & Cooley Whiskey Bar

The Cooley Whiskey Visitor Centre is located in Martin’s Bar at Riverstown on the Cooley Peninsula, just one hundred meters from the Cooley Whiskey Distillery.  The Cooley Distillery Whiskey Bar is dedicated to the award winning Cooley Whiskey range (including...
Sean’s Bar

Sean’s Bar

When you walk into Sean’s Bar in Athlone, the oldest pub in Ireland, you join the uncountable number of visitors who have been stopping here for a drink, a chat and maybe a bit of music for more than a thousand years and they have the distinctions to support it....
Blakes of the Hollow

Blakes of the Hollow

Renowned for its traditional Irish heritage, Blakes of the Hollow Is one of the most famous and well recognised Victorian pubs in Ireland. It is a must see attraction which has graced Co. Fermanagh’s shores for over 125 years. The bar keeps its tradition to the...
Bittles Bar

Bittles Bar

Bittles Bar is bar located near Victoria Square in central Belfast. It one of Belfast’s more curious pubs being ‘flat-iron’ in shape (see Flatiron Building in New York). It was built in 1868 and was originally called the Shakespeare, reflecting its...
The Duke of York

The Duke of York

Nestled along a narrow, cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, The Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome of craic, music and humour in contrast to the modern, fashionable establishments currently blowing into the surrounding streets. It was a pub for 200...
An Síbín

An Síbín

An Síbín may make you feel like you’ve returned to your Irish childhood, as behind the bar are shelves of classic Irish snacks and sweets—from containers of Clove Rock to boxes of Cornflakes. What’s more, shelves near the booths hold antique items such as clocks,...
McHugh’s Bar

McHugh’s Bar

McHugh’s Bar is ‘by far the oldest building to have survived in Belfast’… Built between 1710 and 1715’ Today the main bar at McHugh’s offers a homely feel with open fires and local music throughout the week. Around each corner of McHugh’s there is another...
Crown Liquor Saloon

Crown Liquor Saloon

Built in 1826, the Crown recalls a lavish baroque style that you don’t normally see in bars. It’s probably the most beautiful pub you’ll ever see. Try get here early and grab a snug – private areas that were created for people who preferred to drink...
The Welcome Inn

The Welcome Inn

The Welcome Inn is one of the oldest and last remaining traditional pubs in Cork. This old traditional Cork bar has been serving whiskey since 1845 A.D. and their highly experienced, friendly staff have a deep knowledge and passion for this world famous spirit –...
Malt Lane Whiskey Bar

Malt Lane Whiskey Bar

Malt Lane is part of the Folkhouse Kinsale which specialises in Irish Whiskey and is a member of “The Irish Whiskey Trail”. There is always whiskey tasting boards available from the bar if you feel like experiencing a few whiskies side by side and a member...
The Oliver Plunkett

The Oliver Plunkett

The Oliver Plunkett is a traditional Irish Pub, located on Oliver Plunkett Street in Cork City. This late bar is Cork’s home of the finest traditional music. The Oliver Plunkett is a go-to destination bar for interesting and quirky historical and current facts about...
The Shelbourne Bar

The Shelbourne Bar

The Shelbourne Bar is a sophisticated Irish pub in Cork City with an authentic traditional atmosphere. Nestled in the heart of The Victorian Quarter of Cork City since 1895, it is renowned for its welcoming and knowledgeable staff, great service and extensive Irish...
Old Town Whiskey Bar

Old Town Whiskey Bar

The Old Town Whiskey Bar at Bodega – the grand dame in Cork’s Old Town, Ireland’s largest whiskey bar housed in one of the countries most beautiful buildings. They hold regular whiskey tastings and have an extensive range of over 350 whiskeys to sample.

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