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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Ireland

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    Irish Greasy Spoons file converted to csv File

    Irish Greasy Spoons file converted to csv_file.

    Especially for you Vireo and sent via e-mail as not allowed to put up an exel file here

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    Cheers John!

    I have a Quest so I now understand the World of GDB etc. Great to have all these in a file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spear Ruler View Post
    Brilliant fish and chipper on Howth Harbour
    Is that Beschoffs ?
    Only chippy I know in this country that does squid / calamari rings. Must be nearly time for a spin out there
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

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    That's the one, well worth the visit.

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    Riverside Inn Charlestown Co.Mayo

    I think this place has the best breakfast in Mayo + great service- well worth a visit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulenglish View Post
    I think this place has the best breakfast in Mayo + great service- well worth a visit
    +1 - was in there this summer and the breakfasts would choke a donkey

    Two innocent oriental tourists caused a stir when they asked if they served a vegetarian breakfast there. Cue much muffled spluttering from assorted inmates

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    Although not strictly a cafe The Hermitage in Clogheen, Co. Tipp does tea / coffee (the Boreen Run stopped here this year) as well as lunch, dinner and B&B. It's one of the few B&B's I know of with a full bar

    I stayed there on Saturday night & had the biggest, bestest steak I've had in a good while & a grand brekkie the next morning. Mine hosts Declan & Breda look after you very well
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jockser View Post
    .....the Boreen Run stopped here this year.......... Declan & Breda look after you very well
    They warm up yer slippers and light yer pipe then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GerryC View Post
    They warm up yer slippers and light yer pipe then.
    They certainly do, otherwise Daithi wouldn't have stopped there
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

    Remember, experience only means that you screw-up less often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jockser View Post
    Is that Beschoffs ?
    Only chippy I know in this country that does squid / calamari rings. Must be nearly time for a spin out there
    Well, I took a spin out to Beschoffs today. No more calamari
    And the cod & chips, while good, was over €10 - for a takeaway
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

    Remember, experience only means that you screw-up less often.

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    Beschoffs ????

    Get your a..e to Burdocks beside Christchurch and order a Smoked Cod solo
    they will trow in a few chips anyway.... you will be all out to eat it all for 5.50 euro I think and the Taste .... good for a Chelesterol Rating in excess of 9.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by philgunn View Post
    Get your a..e to Burdocks beside Christchurch and order a Smoked Cod solo
    they will trow in a few chips anyway.... you will be all out to eat it all for 5.50 euro I think and the Taste .... good for a Chelesterol Rating in excess of 9.00

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    ohhh stoppit
    when i first came to Dublin, i lived round the corner from there. we'd get fed at the latest, 6.30p.m.(long story).
    ANYhow - in the evenings, between the smell of Guiness coming from up the road and the smell coming out of Burdocks.....

    used to drive me nuts!
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    food in Kildare

    one of my favourites... is the Capri Grill in Naas Co Kildare
    53°13'9.52"N, 6°39'42.38"W

    run by an Italian family for the last 3 million years...

    its a great place to just pull in and warm up with a MASSIVE plate of food...
    which is nice to see because it seems everybody else is counting the number of chips they give you... or telling you that "cheese" is counted as a main on a sandwich ( O'Briens sandwich bar.... you know you're wrong)

    the fried eggs/liver/chips & beans are my favourite...

    christ my mouth just started watering.........

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    cafe odhran on main st in abbeyleix

    good tea and cake

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    The `chuck wagon` at blakes cross between swords and lusk!

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    Frankie's Eatwell café in Derrylin Co Fermanagh.

    Friendly, reasonably priced and well worth a call if you are in the area.

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