Post: 13 January 2014 in Irish Rover
Ól (drink): not only our award-winning Guinness, but many other quality beers on tap. Ceol (Music): the re-modelling of the Celtic Cellar allowed us to finally bring back the one aspect of the traditional Irish Pub which had been missing for a couple of years — Live Music. But even in the upstairs bar, we have always made a point of keeping it Irish when it comes to the background music we play.

Bia (Food) Sourcing as much of our produce in Ireland as we can, we pride ourselves on our home-cooked food. Our meals are prepared to order in our relatively small kitchen, which can cause delay in busy periods, but our regular dinner guests will agree that it is worth the wait. Craic (Good Times) Although having fun is not a purely Irish phenomena, the Irish have managed to gain the reputation around the world for being able to "Have the Craic".

Meeting friends, conversing, laughing and having fun together comes naturally to them, and it is a hugely important part of creating that famous Irish Pub atmosphere, so please do not expect to get Wi-Fi in the Irish Rover. We want you to relax with us in what is now regarded as the best Irish pub outside of Ireland. Come in,  talk to your old friends, make new ones and experience "The Craic" for yourself.

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