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“If you are going to do a day trip to Athlone, make sure to visit the oldest bar in the world. ”
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“This is a good place for casual dining. It is very popular though so you may need a reservation at the weekends.”
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“Great late bar and recently renovated. There is always a crowd here on a Friday and Saturday night. There is a cocktail bar located at the back bar.”
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“It has a great atmosphere with great staff and top class guinness to boot! Food menu up to 7p.m. is also top class!”
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“Owner Emma O’Brien reckons the session at Clancy’s “is unique as it’s the longest running traditional music session in Ireland.” In fact, 2016 saw Clancy’s celebrate its 50th year of trad sessions. The pub has even created a free traditional music festival called TradAthy, which is held during the May bank holiday weekend. But it’s the Thursday night gatherings of the traditional musicians in Clancy's back room that has given the pub its unique position in Irish music circles. Visitors come away really impressed at the quality of the music played there, according to Emma. Their session is open to everybody – singers and storytellers included. “Clancy’s is simply about the ceol agus craic (music and fun), meeting new people and playing some tunes,” according to Seamus Byrne, the longest member of Clancy’s session. Visitor Brian Faye says, “Clancy’s music session is like a family to me. I’m from the Isle of Wight and visit the session regularly. The atmosphere and wellbeing of the people make me feel at home.” The Athy pub has had its fair share of famous performers, too: Francie Conway from The Fureys, musician Mickey Joe Harte, singer Eleanor Shanley, Frankie Lane from the original Fleadh Cowboys, actor John Hurt and former Planxty members and trad superstars – Liam O’Flynn and Donal Lunny. Flooded with legendary singers and a session that’s still going strong, maybe it’s time to head to Clancy’s?”
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“Great landlord, trad night every other Wednesdy and live music most weekends”
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Bar
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Bar
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Bar
“Great craft beer selection with a lovely wooden designed interior.. Lovely spot for a quiet pint and catch up with friends.”
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“Quaint old style pub with great barmen and great pints. Has a fire going during the winter and fills up fast with locals at weekends. Perfect for a pre-dinner drink if eating in one of the nearby restaurants. Now serving bar food from its sister restaurant, Hatters Lane, which is located downstairs.”
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Bar
“Great bar to visit for a bit of atmosphere. They serve food here and usually have bands on a Friday or Saturday night.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“A shop front that has not changed in one hundred and thirty four years. Where if you look closely you can still see the tie-up loops that the men would tie the reins to park the horse– donkey– and cart, so they could fill up on coal or turf while the wives did their groceries, and later of course, reward themselves with a pint of plain. Its many accolades include oldest pub in Athy, one of best family pubs in Ireland, and one of the Sunday Tribune's top one hundred pubs in Ireland. Most recently, Frank himself was vividly portrayed in Bill Barich's well-received " A Pint of Plain", which has been reviewed in most of the major international newspapers. But beyond all of this notoriety, "Frank's", as it most commonly known, has been a centre of Kildare history and sports through the four continuous generations of the O’Brien family that have occupied the premises.”
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Bar
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