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Food and Drink

Soundbite: Clonakilty Brewing Company

We talk to Dubliner Lisa Tonge and Norwegian Frank R. Fredriksen (aka Thirsty Frank) about the Norwegian influenced brews they’re developing at their innovative Clonakilty based micro-brewery, and plans to become known for working with good quality food.

Barfly: Street 66

Street 66 is divided into two distinct areas; a wholly unremarkable, leather booth lined hindquarters functioning as a “Disco Lounge” and a more laid back “Dive Bar” up at the front

Barfly: A Cut Above – The Barbers

A cosy single room, featuring a side area with a barber’s chair for those wishing to indulge the crossover, the crowd mixes auld lads, suits, and a healthy smattering of Stoneybatter and (Grangegorman) transplants.


Barfly – The Jug

While by no means a hugely remarkable pub just yet, the Jug is indicative of the changing face of this part of the Liberties.

Barfly: O’Connell’s

I’ve been assured by relations of the correct vintage that the doorway does indeed function as a wormhole to the oft-eulogised days of yore.


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