We sat at the bar for dinner one night. The two weathered bar tenders were fun to watch and occasionally hear their words of wisdom or snarky remarks. We had traditional fish and chips and Guiness. The food was plentiful and delicious. a crisp crust to the fish and the fries were hand cut and salty enough. We could linger and listen to locals and meet other tourists. We went back again for dinner in the dining room and enjoyed it as well.
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