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Enjoy Limerick: Where to Go of an Evening

Visiting Limerick doesn’t just revolve around the heaps of culture and history to explore during the daytime. As the third largest city in the Republic of Ireland, it has its fair share of pubs, bars and restaurants to entice its locals and visitors. With the charming Irish atmosphere, you’ll be sure to have a cracking time in some of the best the city has to offer.

Choose one of the Travelodge hotels in Limerick so that you’re not too far from the action. After all, once you’ve experienced some of the places on offer, you’re not going to want to make a trek back to your accommodation, are you? Located in the city centre, you can be sure of an affordable and enjoyable stay.

Once you’re settled in and you’ve done a little exploring, check out some of these evening favourites.

 

Eating Out

Specialising in seafood and steaks, the Cornhouse has most bases covered with its yummy menu. Casual dining, locally sourced produce and a lively atmosphere make this great restaurant on Thomas Street one of the best in the city.

The Perfect Pint

Peter Clohessy’s, located on the banks of the River Shannon, is perfect for any sports fans in search of a decent pint. With memorabilia adorning the walls and 3 bars to choose from, each with their own theme, there’s plenty of choice in this fabulous pub.

Check out the Sin Bin if you want to move on to more of a nightclub feel, or just stick to one of the cracking bars for some catching up time.

A Live Music Venue

Having opened just a few months ago, the newly established Orchard Bar is open six nights a week and provides some top notch live entertainment to locals and visitors alike. Check out their website for up to date information about future events and enjoy some live music at the same time as a drink or two.

With plenty of places to go, you certainly won’t be bored on a city break to Limerick. Book your hotel room today and start planning your itinerary!

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