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Market Lane Restraunt or Electric or where

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Market Lane Restraunt or Electric or where

We are going to cork for the Friday and Sat nite on the friday nite we are going to liberty grill so looking for someplace for the sat nite have been looking at the 2 place above we like nice casual food that is not overly expensive the last time we were there we ate in Clancy's and Amicus.

We are open to suggestions

We are also looking someplace for brekfast for the sat morning and sunday morning on the sat we are thinking of the English Market for the sat nite is there anyplace opened on sunday or are most place Brunch.

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1. Re: Market Lane Restraunt or Electric or where

Both restaurants are fine. Market Lane has a slightly broader menu, so if you have fussy eaters, that may help.

Breakfast on Sunday morning is your big challenge. Two places that should be open early are The Flying Enterprise and Tony's Bistro. I'd go with The Flying Enterprise of those two, but wouldn't choose either on another morning.

Blackrock Castle Cafe starts serving at 10am and is a nice choice if the weather is good. It is however, 10 mins drive (or an hour's walk) from the city centre). There's also a nearby Farmer's Market, where some of the stalls do breakfast food, that opens at 10am

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