Famous Pubs


Robinsons Bar – Belfast

Fibber Magee’s, Traditional Irish Music Bar is the genuine article; a good old spit and sawdust bar, packed to the rafters with little bits of history and steeped in Irish tradition.

Relax and enjoy a drink in the Saloon bar before tapping your feet in Fibber Magees – enjoy free folk and traditional music 7 nights a week. Enjoy a meal in the Bistro, Karaoke in the spotlight in BT1 or party in Roxy nightclub.


McHugh’s Bar & Restaurant – Belfast

McHughs is within a grade A listed building, built between 1710 and 1720, making it officially the oldest building in the city of Belfast, enjoying a long history and a sometimes colourful reputation.



Callan Bar- Armagh

From morning coffee to long lunches, afternoon teas to evening drinks, the hotel’s Callan Bar offers secluded corners, a cosy fire and a relaxing atmosphere – the perfect place to sit back and enjoy your own company or mingle with friends, family or colleagues over a coffee, pint, or a tasty bite from the Deli Bar.

Live music every Friday and Saturday evening and large screens showing sports events.


Cuchulainn Bar – Armagh

Named after the famous Irish Legend, this traditional bar offers a welcoming, friendly face to Armagh.


Devlin’s Bar – Armagh


Devlin’s bar, also known as The Strawberry Bar, is located at the busy Shambles area of Armagh City. A strong sports theme within the bar means that regulars and visitors alike are always able to keep up with the latest racing results or football scores.


Hole in the Wall – Armagh

The Hole In The Wall dates back to 1615, is steeped in history and has a warm atmosphere, an open fire and great craic! A gaol in its previous life, you’ll find a wide selection of spirits along with quality beers and fine wines.

The bar’s said to be haunted by a friendly ghost called Wilfy.

And it’s home to a parrot called Casper, who is a big hit with regulars and visitors alike.



Reddy’s Bar – Carlow

Carlow’s oldest and longest established family run pub – yes, we go as far back as 1768. Carlow may be one of the smallest counties in Ireland but you are guaranteed a big Céad Míle Fáilte from friendly and efficient staff.


Teach Dolmain Pub – Carlow

Whether you’re looking for a delicious meal, or meeting friends for a drink, the tastefully refurbished Teach Dolmain Bar and Restaurant in Carlow Town centre is the perfect location. Teach Dolmain has built up a firm reputation for great food and fantastic service in a fun and relaxed setting.

This pub is renowned for its traditional Irish music sessions every Thursday evening.



Nancy Whiskeys Pub – Carlow

Nancy Whiskeys is located in the heart of Carlow town on church street.Live Music 5 nights a week Thursday to Monday. All sports are shown live, plus jukebox for a few tunes; its a good recipe for a bit of craic with the gang.


The Ardattin Inn – Ardattin

The Ardattin Inn

The Ardattin Inn is situated in the picturesque village of Ardattin. A fantastic country pub comprising bar, lounge, venue and snug bar. Close to Altamont Gardens and the River Slaney. Social dancing every Friday night from 10 p.m.


JJ’s Bar – Tullow

JJs Bar

Traditional comfortable bar in the heart of Tullow Town. Warm welcome and friendly service guaranteed.

Music on selected nights at weekends.


The Irishman’s Bar – Carlow

Best pub in town for a pint, great atmosphere in bar and lounge, if you want somewhere for sports this is the bar.

In 1918 George Bernard Shaw stayed here as a guest.


O’Shea’s Pub – Borris

Situated on the main street in Borris, this charming rural pub in traditional style has been owned by the O’Shea family for many generations. There is an extensive bar menu on offer, serving quality local produce. A Victorian Parlour/lounge area is a particular feature of the pub as is the maze of tightly packed, brightly painted shelving and the hardware hanging from the ceiling.

Halfway up the steep main street of Borris, this unspoiled old-world grocery-pub is well worth a visit. The old grocery section at the front links into a modern-day shop next door – a very practical arrangement that brings past and present together in a delightful way.


The Thatch Bar – Graiguecullen

Busy pub on the Graiguecullen side of Carlow town. With its friendly staff and welcoming atmosphere The Thatch Pub is renowned for its quality pint and lively character. Traditional music some Monday nights.


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