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Cheap Eats in Ireland

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Taking my teenagers to Ireland in June. Already have some more expensive restaurants to eat at for a couple of special dinners. They are not picky eaters and enjoy trying new items.

My first trip was with friends in 2005 and felt that we starved ourselves because we were having too much fun to stop and eat. Want to make more of an effort this time.

Love some suggestions for Galway, Cobh/ Cork, Killarney and areas around as we loop back to Shannon.

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