The Irish Bar
“That days are but footsteps and years are but miles, that lead us to beauty and singing and smiles.” E. A. Guest.
The Irish Bar in Llandudno is a truly fun and friendly bar which offers a little taste of Ireland, right at the heart of North Wales. Convivial and authentically Irish: the bar has a great reputation for being fun, welcoming and a place where you come in as a stranger, but leave as a friend. Combining an authentic design, great music, great food, drink and a lovely friendly team; The Irish Bar offers a relaxed and enthusiastic environment. Live music every week from Wednesday through to Sunday, and a fantastic menu which includes traditional favourites such as bacon & cabbage, Irish stew, and as customers say; “the best pint of Guinness in town.”
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137 Mostyn Street
Llandudno, Conwy , LL30 2PE
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