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Nightlife in limerick

Limerick Nightlife

From cosy traditional Irish pubs, to lively late bars, cafes, restaurants and nightclubs, Limerick has it all!

Traditional Irish music is still at the heart of the scene and is beloved by locals and visitors. There some nights you don’t want to forget, and for the ultimate night out Limerick is a must.

Nancy Blakes

Located on Upper Demark Street, this pub is a must for a perfect night out in Limerick. The pub is often packed with people from all around the world and the atmosphere is great. With live traditional Irish music, the perfect beer garden and a local crowd, a pint of Guinnes in Nancy Blakes is a must.

The Locke Bar

The Locke Bar & Oyster House Restaurant is situated on the site of one of Limerick’s oldest pubs dating back to 1724. With that much history there’s no wonder why Traditional Irish music is at the core of its night life scene. If food is an important part of your night out, it offers value for money and the atmosphere would be hard to beat.

The Glen Tavern

A warm welcome awaits you at The Glen Tavern. The Callanan family run the pub whose history can be traced as far back to as the 1930’s. The pub itself dates back to the 1760’s, which once formed part of Limerick’s Georgian Quarter. Live music by locals, great food and a lively atmosphere is what its known for nowadays.

Flannery’s Bar

Flannery’s is a perfect place for a mighty Irish whiskey or any drink tasting for that matter. With great service being part of its core value and beliefs, staff are very knowledgeable about their extensive selection, and with local Irish music an awesome evening is guaranteed.

Dolan’s Pub

As one of Limerick’s most popular live music venues, Dolan’s is the perfect spot for any music lover. Dolans isn’t just an average pub; it’s made up of a traditional Irish pub, a restaurant and 2 live music venues and is located on the Dock Road in Limerick. It is renowned for drawing both international and Irish artists each year.


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