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We are a group of seven hospitality led venues across Ireland, check them out below, they are an eclectic bunch! 

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Mes Quey Un Pub! A nod of the cap to one of the greatest football clubs of all time, and our notions for the place. Sports & games is the name of the well, game. A host of arcades, darts rooms, karaoke, pool and all that jazz accompany a regular schedule of themed Quizzes & Bingo nights. Fond of the sports too with F1 viewing parties, as much football shown as we can, and a sponsor of the local Bohemians football club too, don’t you know

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The Bernard Shaw

The belle of the Bodytonic Ball. I know you aren’t supposed to have favourites, but this ones hard to shake. Four floors of the good stuff, live/club venue, music studio, exhibition space, Wine & Cheese Shop, Karaoke Rooms – you name it, we’ve got it!

Host to one of Dublin’s bigger Oktoberfest events (not fact checked), Winteryard & so much more

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The Lighthouse

Our coastal outpost situated on Dun Laoghaire’s main street. Home to The Top Deck venue which has played host to acts such as Groove Armada, The Scratch, Soda Blonde, Jape and so much more. Food by Nice Burger, fun & games are aplenty. Stroll the pier, take a dip and grab a pint. It’s good for you!

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The Square Ball

The Three B’s – Board Games, BBQ & (craft) Beer. Board Games there’s over 500 of them, as well as Thursday night’s quiz & Saturday Night Bingo. Food is by the McKenna’s guide award winning Fowl Play. Situated on Hogan Place in Dublin 2, call in for a healthy dose of all three B’s

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The Eatyard

Eatyard is an award winning food market situated beside The Bernard Shaw at Cross Guns Bridge. Home to many events & festivals such as The Wine & Cheese Fest, Oktoberfest & the fabled Eatyard Crisp Fest.

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54 Middle Abbey Street – our longest standing address. Home to one of Dublin’s most popular Drag brunches, Botequim Brazilian Kitchen and Rum Emporium. Gracious host to some of the biggest names in dance music over the years including Four Tet, Peggy Gou, Daphni, Floating Points, Palms Trax, Avalon Emerson & more…

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Pot Duggans

Ireland’s most picturesque pub (again, not fact checked) situated on the River Inagh in Ennistymon. Home to an extension of the Eatyard family, Riveryard, a collection of food vendors & series of events. A must visit if you ever find yourself west of the M50

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We haven’t really told anyone this yet, but we’re opening a new venue and it’s going to be… dry! Not in the boring sense in the word, there’s just not going to be any booze behind the bar. We’re still going to keep the buzz going with all the regular things we love about pubs, there’s just going to be zero buzz.

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