I love the burgers in chocolate. They remind me of the Porterhouse.
Really?! Have never eaten in there, will have to give it a try!
On topic: for a quiet drink I really enjoy the Thomas Moore Tavern in Cornmarket.
Class place!! really nice old pub
It wont be that for much longer if they get there planning permission
I preferred it when Cora (and Mike) had it.
They got it, they are starting construction pretty soon.
After the Opera Festival, I presume?
Thats something I find a bit sad about our pubs; I was over in London recently enough and the amount of old style, dark, quaint old pubs is quite high, and these are pubs in the City!
Whereas here all pubs seem to be turning into the superpub/club type which is not as cosy...
I have to agree. The old-style pubs in Wexford, as well as everywhere else, are much better. Cosier and better craic too.
Ah, the late Mike Watson, a legend, God rest him. A Scottish Cup winner with Clyde in the fifties, he also played for Celtic when a planned posting to Peru (where he met Cora, an air stewardess as they were called then) was delayed for a few months.
Totally agree with you on this one i miss The Yacht it was the type of pub you could go to in your trackie!! You just dont have that in the town anymore
I'm not entirely sure when exactly they are starting, but I heard late summer.
Spiders in new ross is the best pub in all of wexford.
The Sky and the Ground all the way (although having worked there for 4 years i'm a bit biased!) Also like chocolate (but totally agree bout upstairs - not great at all) especially blue monday during the summer... Stores except for saturday night, when moving is obviously considered unnecessary by Monsieur Tierney. Maggie Mays is nice for a couple of quiet ones
your all too old
stores on saturday ftw
cant believe no-one mentioned colony, that wasnt a waste of money at all