Cork Pubs

FIONNBARRA

Fionnbarra Pub & Beergarden

Posted On January 6, 2015By Cork Man

One of the finest of the few beer gardens in Cork, minutes from the city centre, south side. Great music. Excellent pub grub at a cheap price served all day long. Large selection of wines, spirits, (over 30 whiskeys). Huge
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Electric

Electric Bar

Posted On January 6, 2015By Cork Man

Since opening 2 years ago, Electric has become one of the most popular social hubs in the city. This exciting riverfront bar is the ideal spot for a coffee, business meeting, date or if you want to just simply cut
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Dan Lowrey’s

Posted On January 6, 2015By Cork Man

One of Cork’s finest traditional old world pubs. Winner of The Black & White awards, James Joyce awards and many more; this pub is packed with character. Traditional cooked meals, roasts & fish of the day. Great meeting place for
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CroninsPub

Cronin’s Pub & The Mad Fish Restaurant

Posted On January 6, 2015By Cork Man

Situated in the heart of picturesque Crosshaven, Cronin’s is a pub full of memorabilia, maritime and local history. Acclaimed for it’s award winning menu that features a host of local fresh produce including oysters, fish soup, mussels and much more.
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The Crane Lane Theatre

Posted On January 6, 2015By Cork Man

The World is a stage and when in town the world comes to the Crane Lane Theatre. This large venue boasts two stylish bars, an art decco Theatre and a large heated smoking area with hints of Morrocco. With live
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counihans

Counihans & Upstairs @ Counihans

Posted On January 6, 2015By Cork Man

Celebrating 75 Years as a family business since May 1936 ! Counihan’s Bar is located next to another historic institution, the GPO. It’s the favoured watering hole for Cork’s brightest and best. Sundays at 9pm Arundo perform a blend of
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