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Has live music on Monday and Friday at 8.30pm.
Regular trad music and singalongs.
Deceptively large local favourite.
Limerick's best spot for live music promises authentic trad sessions and an unbeatable gig list, as well as cutting-edge stand-ups in two adjoining venues.
Frank McCourt's father knocked 'em back here and the Angela's Ashes connection is given a run for its money – even the toilets are named Frank and Angela. Check out the fabulous interior.
A classic right in the centre, this corner pub has outdoor seating and a good beer list...
There's sawdust on the floor and peat on the fire in the cosy front bar of this wonderful old pub. Out back is a vast covered drinking zone that often features live music or televised matches.
Permanent home of the Irish Chamber Orchestra, with regular concerts from visiting acts, plus opera, drama, comedy and dance. The campus is 4.5km east of the city.
An old utility building has been converted into an agreeable pub right near the folk park entrance. It’s never going to be authentic, but it’s not a bad stop if you’re here...
This engaging place is actually part of the folk park village. It has traditional music many evenings from June to September, and at weekends the rest of the year...
Picturesque waterside setting, a maze of rooms and bars, great bar food and views over the river.
This excellent theatre and art centre hosts art exhibitions and has a fine little theatre for plays and music events and has tourist information about the village.
On the Ennis side of the village, look for Zion Coffee House . There are good views of the back of the Quin Abbey and you can fortify yourself with excellent coffees, teas and juices...
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