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Whether you're looking for a quiet pint, a great night out, some live music, or just a bit of pub grub, ratemypub has it all. We have every pub in the country right here at you're fingertips.

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45019 ratings added to date. With a database of 10758 pubs.




"Just re-opened, nice job done on it. Will be back again. Good laugh and atmosphere!!"
McDaniel's Pub

" A rich cultural oasis in an otherwise depressing environment. It's rich creamy pint and friendly colourful ambience form a delicate contrast against the coarse barren backdrop of it's surrounds. It's exists despite, rather than because of it's competetion. It's compact interior provides the perfect setting for the old fashioned local, and it's myriad of characters exude a warmth and richness of spirit unparalleled in most of it's contempararies. The whole experience is topped off with a pint of exquisite robustness and rich taste. The only downside to the Bar is the embarrissing profusion of Rugby types who inhabit it's dimensions and selfishly seek to influence viewing choice on the TV. Cork City FC first. Then that other Rubbish. Okay John? "
Eugenes Lounge Bar

"Local family run pub with live a live jazz session every Tuesday"
Duffy Inn

"great pint, brilliant athmosphere for the sports events on tv, really sexy barmaid named Mary. very friendly place, i would be proud to have a local like this"
Spout Bar and Lounge

"no comments needed the marks says it all"
Hogan's Bar

" A rare Irish Rural Pub -= down to earth"
Dempsey Patrick

"Best Pub in Ireland"
John D's Pub

"A great pub only a few minutes from the city. Possibly the best pint of Stout in Cork, creamy to the end. Very friendly staff with excellent food. A true gem!"
Boothouse Bar

"Proprietress always makes you feel welcome"
The Tap Tavern

"We stopped here en-route home from Newry after getting off the motorway at Dunleer and went south on the old main road. I was glad to see its been upgraded since I last saw it pre-motorway days. Now there's a fine restaurant, private party room, and a cosy lounge out front where the evening sun shines in. There's the a la carte menu, plus 2 specials menus, €15 for 2 courses or €20 for 2 courses. From the a la carte, I had the onion soup with a crouton & cheese topping. This was full of onion shavings and was a most excellent soup and the topping delicious. My main course was a rare one indeed, grilled pieces of cod on a summer salad of green leaves, baby tomatoes etc, a light main course with chips and the fish succulent. My wife opted for the €20 special and the fillet steak offering. Three pieces of steak were grilled medium-rare and just melted in your mouth. They were on a mash base with veggies, a pepper sauce and sauteed chip slices on the side. It was too much, and we asked to have the third steak & the chips to take home. We shared her second course of 2 chocolate cake dessert slices, with ice cream which was sumptuous. So, with 2 pints, 2 wines, the bill was €57, plus a doggy-bag to go, excellent value and service, well done."
The Valley Inn

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