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The Creamery / Clare
The Creamery bar and restaurant building dates back to 1823 where it was used as a stagecoach service linking Limerick, Ennis and Bunratty. In 1927 the building became the local creamery and continued in this business until 1999 when it was converted to its present role by the Fitzpatrick Brothers, hence the name. In 2002 it was purchased by Noel Ryan & David Lang.

Both the bar and restaurant are extremely popular by tourists and locals and the restaurant serves a full a la carte menu with the finest of Irish steaks and seafood cooked on an open chargrill.
 
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Busker Brownes / Galway
Pub Restaurant
 
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Popular Restaurant located in Killaloe
 
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Durty Nellies / Limerick
The Original Durty Nelly's is situated beside the grounds of Bunratty Castle , one of Irelands popular tourist attractions located in County Clare.

The pub and restaurant has a long established history and offers a truly unique Irish experience in its atmosphere , character, music and food.
 
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Fine dining and sumptuous cuisine is at the heart The Clayton hotel
 
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The Long Dock / Clare
Over the years the Long Dock or "Dock" as it is fondly referred to by locals, has grown to enjoy a healthy reputation for providing quality food in a most relaxed atmosphere

The Menu at the Long Dock has a variety of dishes to suit all palates, with a strong emphasis on locally caught seafood. The pub is enjoying a fast growing reputation for offering a wide variety of seafood dishes which can change daily. Famous for Carrigaholt oysters, mussels, lobster and of course our chowder.
 
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Bad Ass Cafe / Dublin
Opened in 1983, before the great transition of the Temple Bar area, the Bad Ass Cafe continues to thrive and remains an unusual, entertaining and informal place to eat.
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