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Plucks of Kilmacanogue

Eating Out in Co. Wicklow

Plucks of Kilmacanogue

Plucks is a local pub serving fresh food and drink with the views of the Sugarloaf mountains it is a great place to meet friends and enjoy a great time . Here at plucks we serve fresh food , & fresh seafood every day , served to the highest of standards , also our desserts are made at plucks kitchen. We also have a wide selection of wines.

 

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Kilmacanogue,
, Co. Wicklow, A98RX46

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