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Bricín

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In the unlikely event you didn't hit a craft shop in Killarney, you can browse the shelves of Bricín on your way to the restaurant on...

Bridge Bar

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  • Irish

Hungry mariners make a beeline for this simple bar on the windswept waterfront of the tiny fishing village of Portmagee. Overlooking...

Chart House

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  • Irish

Host Jim McCarthy is often found in the early evening leaning over the red half door of this low, cabin-like stone building. The exterior...

Nick's Seafood Restaurant and Piano Bar

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  • Irish

Owner Nick Foley has made a name for himself as a chef hereabouts, and this is a favorite special-occasion spot for the locals. The restaurant...

Sash

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The location—a second-floor room (complete with sash windows, hence the name) in one of Limerick's finest Georgian houses, recently...

The Bianconi

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This hostelry opened in the 19th century, before the days of railroads, as the coaching inn for the national network of horse-drawn coaches...

Tom Crean Fish & Wine

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Owner Aileen d'Arcy named her restaurant, on the ground floor of a former bank, after her grandfather, the Arctic explorer Tom Crean.

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