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Dating back to 1775, Morrissey’s is one of Ireland’s best known traditional pubs situated in the heritage town of Abbeyleix.
Quinn's Tea Rooms
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Quinn’s Tea Room is located on the main street in Abbeyleix where a warm welcome awaits you. Enjoy breakfast in the dining room, unwind in the new conservatory or relax outside the coffee garden whilst you rediscover the pleasures of afternoon tea and home baking. Quinn’s Tea Room’s will be celebrating 30 years in business this year and over the years the business has grown and many changes made but it has never lost its traditional values.
Rafters Café
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A popular café that is airy and with a chic and modern interior. It is bright and relaxed with a mixture of comfy tub chairs and traditional bent wood with seating for over 100 customers.
Stradbally Fayre Café & Foodhall
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This renowned café and food hall offers visitors delicious homemade and organic fare, served with charm by knowledgeable staff, in appealing and unusual contemporary surroundings.
The Fisherman's Thatched Inn
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Located on an ancient crossroads on what was once the main highway between Tara (home to the High Kings of Ireland) and Cashel. It is actually recorded that St. Patrick himself travelled this road in 450 A.D. The Fisherman’s is located next to the Grand Canal, which served as the main means of transport for the Guinness Boats in the 19th century. The Fisherman's is also proud to be part of the Irish Whiskey Trail and it scores quite highly with its choice of whiskeys
Full Information http://www.the-fishermans.com/ 057 8626488
The Streat Café
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The Streat Café in Portlaoise has built up a reputation for great food and innovative practises such as free coffee and tea top-ups. Come early, relax in the bright modern surrounds and enjoy a choice of breakfast bagels and enjoy a choice of breakfast bagels starting at only €3.30 or for the really hungry “the bigger breakfast” has just all for €6.95. Throughout the day there’s an assortment of wraps, signature sandwiches and paninis, soups and salad bowls and baked potatoes that seem just too delicious to resist. Instead of the usual tea and coffee why not enjoy one of the exotic Suki tea range such as organic chamomile, spices citrus or mango tango.
Treacy’s Bar & Restaurant
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Treacy's is one of Ireland's oldest traditional pubs and one of its best known landmarks, famed for its quality food, golden straw thatched roof and unique character. The restaurant serves the best in home cooked food all day. Ingredients are locally sourced and freshly prepared in house by top chefs. This is quality home cooking at its best. The restaurant is the home of Irish Hereford Prime steaks. A visit to Treacy's promises you a unique experience whether it’s for a quick lunch or leisurely dinner in the restaurant, or a pint of Guinness in the bar which is over 200 years old.
Full Information http://www.treacys.ie/ 057-8646535
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The perfect destination for food lovers serving beautiful home cooked food, freshly prepared daily. At Tynan’s, fine food, flavour and a little well deserved indulgence delivered with top class customer service is what really matters.
Full Information http://tynans.ie/ +353(0)057 8688343
Vicarstown Inn
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The Vicarstown Inn is a 250 year old village inn on the banks of the Grand Canal, near to the River Barrow. It makes an ideal location for touring the Midlands and South Leinster. Surrounded by golf courses, close to the famous Curragh racecourse, National Stud, Japanese Gardens, the Slieve Bloom mountains and the beautiful River Barrow valley.
Full Information http://www.vicarstowninn.ie/ 00353 5786 25189