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There has been a pub here since 1780, opening onto Holborn Street. The Markievicz Road end was originally living quarters. Thomas Connolly's pub was first licensed in 1861. There's a great account of Connolly's in the book The Irish Pub, by James...more
great atmosphere and pints. Old men during the day. Football in the evenings. Beautiful interior. Rugby fans are a bit discriminated against... to be honest. I’ve had a mid-game rugby match I’m watching switched over to football right in front of me - twice- without...More
Every pub we visited on Monday night was dead, until we go to Connolly's. It was hoppin. Brilliant atmosphere Three fantastic musicians, playing what was described as fusion music. It was a great mixture of trad and The Beatles and John Martyn. Not a seat...More
Was in on thursady 19 July..... seamie o dowd and Co were playing ....great staff - made you feel very welcome , great music and the pints were top class ...... definitely a bar you want to visit if you like your music and a...More
Love this pub , the staff are excellent so warm and friendly , will help you out with anything they can . Drinks we tried were of excellent quality and the music is unbelievable , cant wait to go back here
I went to listen to trad music, but as the football (soccer) game finished late, the set was late to start. It was a decent place, but I was tired so didn’t stick around.
I’d definitely give it another try.
Visiting Sligo on a cheeky City Break for my wife’s birthday. Having researched what was on in the city we called in at 9.20 as live music advertised to start at 9.30. Ordered a round of drinks which came to over a €1.00 more than...More