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We Are Searching For The Most Traditional Pub In Ireland.

Ireland is known for it’s wonderful pub tradition and we are searching for the most traditional pub in Ireland

In today’s email: 

  • Which is the most traditional pub in Ireland?
  • Should Dublin Charge Tourists For Entry Like Venice?
  • Don’t Forget Your Gift
  • At the Bar – Featured Pub
  • Around The Web: – A Taste of Ireland in the Windy City, Fáilte Ireland unveils Dublin’s top coastal gems, In medieval Ireland, ships sailed across the sky and more..
  • From Social Media – Paradise Beach in Galway
  • Irish Food You Will Love – We go back to tradition
  • The Craic | Newlyweds rush from church to favourite Irish pub raising toast to wedding bliss

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Which is the most traditional pub in Ireland?

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Keep an eye on your inbox, we shall announce the winner shortly!


Should Dublin Charge Tourists For Entry Like Venice?

Dublin
Photo by Jordan Harrison on Unsplash

VENICE is considering charging day trippers a fee for entering the city – so should the historic capital of Ireland do the same?

We put this questions to the vote to our 585K Facebook members and here is what they thought about this idea 

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Should Dublin Charge Tourists A Daily Fee?

Yes, there are too many tourists

29%

No, this is a bad idea

71%

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At the Bar

Today’s Featured Pub is a definite contender for The Most Traditional Pub In Ireland.

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From Dog-Friendly to Top Contender: Peadar’s Bar Secures Silver in Pub Awards

Peadar’s Bar in Moate has added yet another accolade to its growing collection securing a silver medal at a prestigious awards ceremony.

Following its recent triumph as the most Dog Friendly Bar in Ireland at the 2022 Pub of the Year awards Peadar’s Bar continued its winning streak by earning the runner-up position in the highly competitive Local Pub of the Year category during the 2023 awards.



Around The Web

Guinness Chicago Brewery To Bring  A Taste of Ireland To The Windy City 

Are you a fan of Guinness beer? If so, get ready to mark your calendar because the Guinness Open Gate Brewery Chicago is about to welcome beer enthusiasts and foodies alike with open arms. 

Fáilte Ireland unveils Dublin’s top coastal gems

Fáilte Ireland has curated a list of some of the best spots to visit around Dublin’s magnificent coastal trail.

Ireland weather: Several warnings issued for Dublin and other counties as heavy rain to bring floods

Weather warnings for floods and poor visibility have been issued by Met Eireann for Dublin and several other counties.

Ireland vs. Tonga: Andy Farrell makes bold calls, and plenty of changes

Andy Farrell will make several changes to his Ireland team to face Tonga, this Saturday, as he keeps one eye on a huge game against the Springboks

Ryanair confirms decision to cut popular service between Ireland and Poland

RYANAIR has confirmed that it has cancelled its twice-weekly service between Shannon Airport and the Polish capital city of Warsaw.

In medieval Ireland, ships sailed across the sky

In thirteenth-century Ireland, as people were gathered in church, they spotted a ship sailing through the sky high above them.

NI designer who pays just £200 a month living in her van says she ‘wouldn’t change it for the world’

A woman who lives in “a big white van” and spends just £200 a month on bills has said the cost-effective lifestyle is the “best decision (she) ever made”

West Cork shellfish company launches Ireland’s first crab pate

Based in Castletownbare, Shellfish Ireland has grown to become one of the largest employers in the area with more than 130 staff.

US Customs and Border preclearance makes international travel a breeze

US Customs and Border Protection has preclearance at 14 airports worldwide. I did it in Dublin, Ireland, and it made my return trip much easier.

From Peaks to Poetry: Unveiling the Magic of Benbulben, Classiebawn Castle, and Sligo (Exclusive)

green trees near mountain under white clouds during daytime
Photo by Sibeesh Venu on Unsplash

Jameson Irish Whiskey and Former Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick Campaign to Bring Pro Football to Dublin

Jameson Irish Whiskey and former quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick are calling on the NFL to play a game in Dublin — and will fly 100 fans there if it happens.

Two-thirds of cars to be banned from Dublin’s inner city in new transport plan

A radical new transport plan for Dublin aims to take two out of three cars off the streets and dramatically increase space for pedestrians

Irish Rail proposes new morning service from Dublin to Cork

Among the highlights of the proposed new timetable is an additional morning service from Dublin to Cork between Mondays and Fridays.


From Social Media

Paradise Beach in Galway: A Hidden Gem Uncovered

Paradise Beach in Galway: A Hidden Gem Uncovered

Irish Food You Will Love

Chris’s Traditional Irish Soda Bread

This is a Traditional Irish Soda bread containing just 4 simple ingredients. Its a staple in a lot of Irish households. It’s easy to do, tastes great and you’ll have it shaped and baked in no time! 

Traditional Irish Soda Bread

The Craic

Newlyweds rush from church to favourite Irish pub raising toast to wedding bliss

A newlywed couple knew there was one place they had to visit on their big day and that was none other than their favourite Galway pub.

The newlyweds in their favourite pub
Garavans Pub | Galway BEO

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