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Topic: Plans in Limerick for Saturday and Sunday
Posted By: Mike
Subject: Plans in Limerick for Saturday and Sunday
Date Posted: 12 December 2011 at 5:53pm
Ok, our esteemed colleague Thomond78 has put together a full itinerary to make the most of our time in Limerick. This is based on the Con Air group landing in Shannon at 1.30pm. Hopefully we'll try and follow this as much as possible as local knowledge is always the best knowledge.
 
Quote Right, the reciprocal guide...

Map - http://www.limericktourist.com/towns/limerick_city/" rel="nofollow - http://www.limericktourist.com/towns/limerick_city/ Limerick's basically a grid system, and it's hard enough to get lost. Everywhere is well within walking distance, so don't bother getting taxis.

You lads are staying in Pier One. They have a grand bar downstairs, with all the games on-screen. At the time you'll be in there - about 2:30, given check-ins, etc. - I'd have the first there and catch the second half of the early game.

From there, I'd go to the Locke - http://www.lockebar.com/" rel="nofollow - http://www.lockebar.com/ . It's a great pub, owned by Ben Cronin, the former international, and my pre-match pub in Limerick. They will be showing every game, they do very good food for a late lunch, and the pints are perfect. From Pier One, go out the door, turn right, second left, keep on down Patrick Street past the Hunt Gallery, and you'll see it across the river. There's usually a screen on in the smaller bar to the right as you go in the door, with a fire, and it's a great place to watch a game.

From there, there are quite a few options; and the best route really depends on where you go for food. I'd leave Clohessy's till last, as it's a bit of a late-night shouty barn; perfect for ending the night, a bit much earlier.

For food, I'd recommend the following: Moghul Emperor is good, and literally within a minute's walk of Pier One - http://www.limericktourist.com/details/mogul_emperor.shtml" rel="nofollow - http://www.limericktourist.com/detai..._emperor.shtml . Poppadums is better, and right by the Milk Market/Nancy Blake's. The value menu is a steal. http://www.poppadom.ie/index.php?c=pages&id_page=27#1" rel="nofollow - http://www.poppadom.ie/index.php?c=pages&id_page=27#1 Eddie Rocket's is a grand burger joint - keep an eye in the free sheet, the Limerick News, as there's usually two-for-one vouchers in it. There's a very good Lebanese place has opened up just down from Aubar's on Thomas Street. Aubar's itself does grand bistro food, and Cornmarket (further up Thomas Street) is excellent for that style of food.

From there, I'd do a loop. Dolan's, Myles Breen's, Sextons and the White Horse are all great, but it'd be a bit of an over-load in terms of pubs in one day.

If you go for Poppadums, I'd move from the Locke after the first game you watch there, go into Nancy Blakes for a pint, go to Poppadums, then into Nancy's for the other half, then move on. If you go for Aubars/Cornmarket, go into Nancy Blake's first, then on to Fla's (Jerry Flannery's pub) on Catherine Street, just for a peek, and watch the last game; from there to Tom Collins on Cecil Street, just around the corner from Fla's, and one of the nicest pubs I know; from there to Flannery's on Denmark Street (owned by Fla's cousin), then around the corner again into Claws.

Finish up in Claw's. You'll find it a nice short stagger home. Wink

The next morning, either go down to the Milk Market (just by Poppadums/Nancy Blakes) for a coffee and a potter after breakfast, then into the Locke; or go across the bridge by Pier One, turn right and go up the Shannon, and into the Curragower. They usually have a hog roast, so you'll be fine.

TP itself doesn't have a Barn. UL Bohs are underneath the West stand, with their club bar there. They might well be open early. There are bars in each stand; Guinness products, so it's Guinness or Carlsberg. Some food, but not a huge amount. Programs are on sale outside, cost €5.
 
t78 - what's the name of Jerry Flannery's pub?



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Posted By: CRYS16
Date Posted: 12 December 2011 at 6:47pm
That's an impressive itenary. Many thanks, Thomond78.
 
Looking forward to the trip. Con Air & Dea-Con Air will be there to take full advantage of what Limerick has to offer.
 
(Obviously, we will keep the seats warm for when OH finally arrive).
 
 


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Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 12 December 2011 at 6:57pm
Im practicing drinking for this marathon right now,,,,

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Posted By: joss
Date Posted: 12 December 2011 at 7:06pm
Originally posted by CRYS16 CRYS16 wrote:

That's an impressive itenary. Many thanks, Thomond78.
 
Looking forward to the trip. Con Air & Dea-Con Air will be there to take full advantage of what Limerick has to offer.
 
(Obviously, we will keep the seats warm for when OH finally arrive).
 
 
And we arrive on friday so will keep your seats warmWink

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Posted By: LLANDRE
Date Posted: 12 December 2011 at 7:45pm
You behave now Joss. Create a good impression for us before we arrive on Saturday!!!! Smile.

Dolans was good last time. A lot of the Munster supporters were there on the Saturday night


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Posted By: Thomond78
Date Posted: 12 December 2011 at 9:00pm
Originally posted by Mike Mike wrote:

Ok, our esteemed colleague Thomond78 has put together a full itinerary to make the most of our time in Limerick. This is based on the Con Air group landing in Shannon at 1.30pm. Hopefully we'll try and follow this as much as possible as local knowledge is always the best knowledge.
 
Quote ...then on to Fla's (Jerry Flannery's pub) on Catherine Street...
 
t78 - what's the name of Jerry Flannery's pub?

You can't get the staff these days, you know; you really can't...

Dolan's is great, but it's a bit further out of the way than the others, down the Dock Road. 

BTW, Pizza Express = Milano's in Ireland. There's one on the keys between Jury's and Claw's gaff if you're looking for pizza.


Posted By: Mike
Date Posted: 12 December 2011 at 9:03pm
It's actually called "Fla's"? Ok, fair enough. Cheers again for the itinerary. Looks like all bases covered Thumbs Up


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 2:20am
Thanks for the info T78.

We hope to get in a little site seeing while we are there too.,,couple of castles, that sort of thing..,,


Posted By: Gate12
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 8:25am
You'll be bored or relics by the time you get there mun.


Posted By: Thomond78
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:02pm
Before I forget, the important topic: beer.

Most pubs in Limerick will have at least two stouts, Guinness and Beamish. Quite a few will have MurParc y Scarlets as well. I prefer Beamish; I find Guinness a bit acrid, much like over-extracted, over-roasted coffee, and MurParc y Scarlets a bit too sweet. It can be cranky, though, and needs a decent through-put; thankfully, that's safe in every pub I've given above, all of which have cracking Beamish. Beamish is also, significantly, about 40c/pint cheaper. If you normally drink stout, try it, see how you go and take it from there. Limerick's a town that does great pints, so you'll be safe anywhere.

Lager; you'll have the range of, usually, Heineken, Carlsberg, Bud [haaawwkkspit] and at least one of Kronenbourg, Stella... the usual suspects basically.

Bitter; well, kids, you're spark out of luck on draft. We don't do it. You might get Smithwicks, which is an ale, on draught.

However, on bottled beers, you might be okay. A lot of pubs now carry stuff from micro- and craft-brewers in their fridges. Chances are you've a better odds of getting a bitter or ale there. Almost all of the pubs will have wheat beer in the fridge, too.

Cider will be Bulmers - Magners over there.

All pubs have the prices of their pints outside the door. For Beamish, from memory, I'd usually Parc y Scarletsomewhere between €3 and €3.50/pint. It'd be about 40-50c/pint more expensive for a Guinness in the same pub. Lager's a lot more expensive; about €4-€4.50. From memory, it's €4.50/pint in TP.


Posted By: LLANDRE
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:08pm
Beamish for me then. Thanks for the Menu Thormond Smile

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Posted By: Thomond78
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:13pm
Interesting little auto-correct on Murph's, gentlemen!


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:16pm
Done in honour of Geordan Murphy


Posted By: bazlewis
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:16pm
You skinflint Llandre.


Posted By: A Evans
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:18pm
Not going anymore, im being picked on in another thread, bloody bully CryWink

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Posted By: LLANDRE
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:28pm
Smile. I havent discovered it yet Baz but i must have some Cardiganshire blood in me somwhere.
 
I dont drink much larger anyway Baz.
 
Ill buy you a Scotch egg in Limerick A Evans


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Posted By: bazlewis
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:30pm
I think you can save a few Euro,s young Adrian I cant see you buying Llandre a drink, or a christmas card. Do you think he dont like hippies?


Posted By: Thomond78
Date Posted: 13 December 2011 at 12:34pm
Originally posted by LLANDRE LLANDRE wrote:

Smile. I havent discovered it yet Baz but i must have some Cardiganshire blood in me somwhere.
 
I dont drink much larger anyway Baz.
 
Ill buy you a Scotch egg in Limerick A Evans

You won't. You won't get one. Eating is cheating.


Posted By: Thomond78
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 2:30pm
Right, the MRSC have confirmed Dolan's is open for breakfast from 09:00 on Sunday. Don't know if they're serving early, I suspect they might be from 10:30. The MRSC bar in the West Stand of TP is open from 10:30; I'd lay decent odds UL Bohs and Shannon will both be open, if that's the case. 


Posted By: Exkixu
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 5:59pm
Ouch Cry, HEC, Limerick and the Scarlets, I can't believe I'm missing this one!
 
Anyway, I can vouch for Dolan's, great pub, and the only one I frequented that still seems to be open!
Nancy Blake's fine, had a glimpse at a basque flag hanging from the wall back in the day, just before we (my better half and me) were kicked out from the pub, straight red for being a bit too enthusiastic.
 
Not so sure about Beamish, though, not everyone's cup of tea, but worth a try.
 
Enjoy it, Limerick's great!
 


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Posted By: Speedy
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 6:02pm
Originally posted by A Evans A Evans wrote:

Not going anymore, im being picked on in another thread, bloody bully CryWink
don`t start now mun. you`ve got the blydi tickets!

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Posted By: Mike
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 6:05pm
Originally posted by Thomond78 Thomond78 wrote:

Right, the MRSC have confirmed Dolan's is open for breakfast from 09:00 on Sunday. Don't know if they're serving early, I suspect they might be from 10:30. The MRSC bar in the West Stand of TP is open from 10:30; I'd lay decent odds UL Bohs and Shannon will both be open, if that's the case. 
 
No exemptions for hotel bars presumably?
 
10.30 will do anyway!


Posted By: 157cb
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 6:19pm
 Should arrive in Limerick Saturday around 9ish,where will everyone be from 9 onwards Saturday night ?


Posted By: Mike
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 6:22pm
Originally posted by 157cb 157cb wrote:

 Should arrive in Limerick Saturday around 9ish,where will everyone be from 9 onwards Saturday night ?
 
The advice is to end the night in Clohessy's, but get in touch when you arrive and I'll let you know where we are anyway.


Posted By: 157cb
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 6:24pm
 Cheers Mike,yes it will be Clohessys great craic there .


Posted By: Turkish Fez
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 7:00pm
The way folk are talking 157cb it would have been better for me to arrive at 9ish. Got a feeling there's gonna be a hell of a pace set.

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Posted By: 157cb
Date Posted: 14 December 2011 at 7:10pm
 Pace yourself Turkish Fez ,don,t drink with Llandre Wink


Posted By: Rugby fan
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 12:02am
I'm soooo jealous boys. Have a pint for me. Infact Lofty, get the pint off Oam he owes me Wink

Enjoy Limerick and Thomond Park. Just make sure you open a whole can of whoop arse on them Munster boys LOL


Posted By: BrummieScarlet
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 7:49am
Here's another Limerick Guide - should we need it.

http://www.tripadvisor.ie/Travel-g186621-c75728/Limerick:Ireland:Pubs.And.Clubs.html" rel="nofollow - Tripadvisor - Limerick


Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 8:01am

Plans in Limerick for Saturday and Sunday

 
 
 
First and foremost to get there, with the storm of the Century on its way....Angry
 
 
 


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Posted By: BrummieScarlet
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 8:29am
Originally posted by lofty evans lofty evans wrote:

<H1>Plans in Limerick for Saturday and Sunday</H1>


 

 

 

First and foremost to get there, with the storm of the Century on its way....Angry

 

 

 


Don't look too bad



Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 8:57am
Well done sir...keep the scaremongers at bay please!


Posted By: scarletman
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 9:24am

Shipping forecasts rarely cover more than 24 hours ... This is for today, with the trend for improving weather !


I'd be more worried about ICE on the runway tbh !

Lundy

Gale warning issued 15 December 03:38 UTC

Storm force 10 now decreased severe gale force 9, decreasing gale force 8 imminent

  • WindWest or northwest, becoming cyclonic for a time, 6 to gale 8, occasionally severe gale 9 at first.
  • Sea StateHigh or very high.
  • WeatherThundery showers, rain later.
  • VisibilityModerate or good, occasionally poor.


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Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 9:29am
Originally posted by scarletman scarletman wrote:

Shipping forecasts rarely cover more than 24 hours ... This is for today, with the trend for improving weather !


I'd be more worried about ICE on the runway tbh !

Lundy

Gale warning issued 15 December 03:38 UTC

Storm force 10 now decreased severe gale force 9, decreasing gale force 8 imminent

  • WindWest or northwest, becoming cyclonic for a time, 6 to gale 8, occasionally severe gale 9 at first.
  • Sea StateHigh or very high.
  • WeatherThundery showers, rain later.
  • VisibilityModerate or good, occasionally poor.
 
 
LOLLOLLOLLOLLOLLOLEmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassed
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Posted By: BrummieScarlet
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 9:36am
They've got enough notice about the weather so SHOULD be prepared. Not too worried about flying out.
Glad I'm not on the Ferry - that could get cancelled.....


Posted By: Once a monkey
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 9:36am
Originally posted by BrummieScarlet BrummieScarlet wrote:

Originally posted by lofty evans lofty evans wrote:

<H1>Plans in Limerick for Saturday and Sunday</H1>


 

 

 

First and foremost to get there, with the storm of the Century on its way....Angry

 

 

 


Don't look too bad

I really like youBig smile

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Posted By: BrummieScarlet
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 9:46am
Keep an eye http://www.irishferries.com/ie/weather-forecast.asp" rel="nofollow - Irish Ferries Weather


Posted By: scarletman
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 12:43pm
Not Worried ! Only a Force 5 (Just om the border of 4) !






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Posted By: SA14
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 12:49pm


Posted By: Once a monkey
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 12:52pm
Bring it onDead

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Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 1:43pm
This is our ferry link to monitor....

http://www.stenaline.co.uk/ferry/latest-sailing-information/fishguard-rosslare/" rel="nofollow - http://www.stenaline.co.uk/ferry/latest-sailing-information/fishguard-rosslare/

"This is a passenger announcement...due to unoforeseen adverse weather conditions the planned 1430pm departure from Fishguard to Rosslare has been cancelled, next sailing will be in 24 hours...we ask you all to dis-embark in an orderly fash{?!&?Oi@!bolloxmwsh#!...

"Helo? Helo?...is this working. Sal can you hear me outside or what? helo?...Oh right good stuff...Right, listen up everyone...we're taking this mother over to see the rugby alright? Now you can get off or you can get on..up to you but we're cutting the rope in 5 minutes. Where's the steering wheel Steve?..Right crank her up Lofty boy...


Posted By: joss
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 1:51pm
BE afraid be VERY AFRAID

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Posted By: Mike
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 1:52pm
Has Operation Herman looked into any emergency contingency travel plans if there are problems with the ferry?


Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 1:53pm
Originally posted by Mike Mike wrote:

Has Operation Herman looked into any emergency contingency travel plans if there are problems with the ferry?
 
 
In a word NO


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Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 1:55pm
See above. Thanks.


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 1:59pm
Crikey, I've read all the thread now...I thought it was a leg pull about the weather and all that...so, right, man up mun...it's just a bit of bluster...
We
Will
Be
There



Posted By: bazlewis
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 2:07pm
Depending on the strength and direction of the wind if the ferry is cancelled you can windsurf it in 20 minutes.


Posted By: BrummieScarlet
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 2:08pm
Originally posted by Mike Mike wrote:

Has Operation Herman looked into any emergency contingency travel plans if there are problems with the ferry?


Catapult???


Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 2:27pm
I sense an air of smugness setting in from our Midland based chums?!


Posted By: salmidach
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 2:37pm
today's weather was really bad and it sailed

tomorrow is the main day for bad weather, with it easing off for saturday. we will be there.


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Posted By: lofty evans
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 3:24pm
Id would rather not second guess the bloody weather, im just going to Church for a couple of hours tonight...

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Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 3:58pm
Say one for all of us big man. I did last Sunday.


Posted By: scarletman
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 5:02pm
Originally posted by Mike Mike wrote:

Has Operation Herman looked into any emergency contingency travel plans if there are problems with the ferry?

Of course !




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Posted By: Scarletrover
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 5:18pm
Thumbs Up
Originally posted by Once a monkey Once a monkey wrote:

Bring it onDead
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Posted By: Mike
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 5:26pm

I threw a coin in the Trevi Fountain in Rome last week and wished for us to beat Munster this month.

I didn't specify home or away.



Posted By: LLANDRE
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 7:20pm
In the past ive seen the Pembroke ferry going and not the Fishguard ferry and visa versa. Sometimes ive seen people being sent up to Hollyhead to go.

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Posted By: Wasp
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 7:25pm
Good luck and safe trip all of you. I'll be in Narberth watching the crucial U14s game against Llanelli Wanderers until 12ish, then racing home for KO with a muddy son wolfing down his Sausage and chips

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Posted By: Mike
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 8:09pm
Originally posted by scarletman scarletman wrote:

Originally posted by Mike Mike wrote:

Has Operation Herman looked into any emergency contingency travel plans if there are problems with the ferry?

Of course !


 
The beard suits Chips, fair play.


Posted By: scarletman
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 9:30pm
Notice the Gillie & the Beater sat in front ! Wink

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Posted By: geordie scarlet
Date Posted: 15 December 2011 at 10:45pm
I feel a sense of blame here !
 
The false sense of belief that i a man i now class as a very good friend,is in fact a Lord !
 
A year ago i sent him a message and asked for advice for accomodation in Brecon... what followed is something that to me eptomises the man we speak about... How many of you was the reply  ?  
 
What followed was a response that defines Scarlet culture, and as a result we stayed at his home, a beautiful place, fed and watered with a welcome that even now is talked about ... Sal and S'man...Beth,s Lasagne and Steve,s hospitality is to die for !!
 
A friendship was hatched and as much as people think he,s maybe the lord of Brecon, he is a bit of a lord !!! and epitomises what Scarlet friendship is about and i am a better person for knowing hm and his family
 
I didn,t see any Ghillie, butler or maid,but what i did see,and still see,is a man and family who embraces Scarlet culture, so that,s my take on things and apologies for any delusion that has occurred !!!!!!!!


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Posted By: Wil Chips
Date Posted: 16 December 2011 at 12:54am
After months of planning, Operation Herman is underway !

Fishguard harbour gates is but a hop skip another hop plus 2 skips and a jump away.

it starts.


Posted By: SMELLYMIKE
Date Posted: 16 December 2011 at 6:27am
Originally posted by Mike Mike wrote:

I threw a coin in the Trevi Fountain in Rome last week and wished for us to beat Munster this month.

I didn't specify home or away.

lucky you didnt have ladram there , he would have jumped in and kept the money...bloody cardiBig smile


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Posted By: BrummieScarlet
Date Posted: 16 December 2011 at 7:12am
Originally posted by Wil Chips Wil Chips wrote:

After months of planning, Operation Herman is underway !

Fishguard harbour gates is but a hop skip another hop plus 2 skips and a jump away.

it starts.


Safe travelling to one & all. See you in a pub tomorrow night


Posted By: NickiF
Date Posted: 16 December 2011 at 5:35pm
For those that are staying in limerick and fancy somewhere nice to eat i had some info sent from a local eatery;
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When visiting Limerick why not check out the Cornstore Restaurant situated in the heart of the City, on Thomas Street.

 

Specialising in seafood and steak, the restaurant works on the ethos of “quality food sourced locally.” We source ingredients for all our dishes from local suppliers where possible.

 

As one of Limerick’s best restaurants, we offer a casual, warm and lively dining experience in a Manhattan style setting over three floors, complete with a unique wine and cocktail bar, private dining room and contemporary smoking area.

 

The Cornstore really is the perfect choice and is recommended by:

 

  • The Bridgestone Guide 2010
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Posted By: Turkish Fez
Date Posted: 16 December 2011 at 10:06pm
Minor drama for the trip, I had a replacement Fez bought for Limerick. Streuth it nust have fitted Tommy Cooper when he was 10. Looks like I'm bearing a red beaker!! A Taj small!! Oh well its for club Mun!!

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