Must see nightlife in Counties Meath, Louth, Cavan & Monaghan

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    Overflowing inside and out with bric-a-brac – milk cans, lanterns, antlers, church pews, crockery, street signs, barrels, bellows, bank notes and even…

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    Grey Goose

    Grey Goose has a vast downstairs bar with herringbone floors, stained glass and leather sofas, and a grand piano in its upstairs cocktail lounge, the…

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    Behind a fire-engine-red facade, this nook-and-cranny-filled pub has cosy snugs, stained-glass partitions and a toasty wood stove. It's owned by musician…

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    Rum House

    Fitted out with exposed brick walls, copper pipes and studded Chesterfield sofas, this stylish pub mixes inventive house cocktails including a lemon…

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    Marcy Regan's

    Filled with welcoming regulars, this small, traditional, sage-green-painted pub beside Norman-era St Peter's Bridge faces Newtown's ruins. It's a no…

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    Peter Matthews

    One of Drogheda's top spots for live music, McPhails (as it's always called, no matter what the sign says) features everything from heavy-metal cover…

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    James Griffin

    This award-winning historic pub dates from 1904 and hosts trad-music sessions (Thursday), live bands (Friday and Sunday) and DJs (Saturday). The interior…

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    Clarke & Sons

    This wonderful old 1900 boozer is right out of a time capsule. Clarke's unrestored wooden interior features snugs and leaded-glass doors that read 'Open…

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    With low lighting and a beer garden, Cagney's is a classy spot for wines by the glass, whiskeys and over 300 gins, including locally distilled Listoke…

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    Sally Rogers

    Pop in for a drink on the large terrace overhanging the River Boyne at this central pub. It gets crammed at weekends when there's live music.