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What to Look at When Starting a Bar

What to Look at When Starting a Bar

Starting a bar isn’t an easy task and when one decides to undertake such action he must prepare the details beforehand in order to facilitate the workflow. In the following lines we will provide some pointers aimed at helping those who have decided on opening a bar, to have a general set of pointers to guide them. Financial and business aspects: entering the bar business can be a tough thing to manage, especially when this business...

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History of Irish Pubs

History of Irish Pubs

Irish pubs have a longstanding tradition in the hearts of Irishmen, dating back as far as the 10th century. Therefore, one could arguably consider Irish pubs as roughly a millennium old and one potential candidate for the title of the oldest pub in the whole of Ireland could be Sean’s Bar in Athlone, Westmeath county, which was established in the 10th century. Although the Irish pubs were founded so early in the course of history, it...

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Traditional Irish Pubs in Dublin

Traditional Irish Pubs in Dublin

For sure, the tourist who visits the Emerald Island will certainly want to try out the Irish beer in the traditional pubs across the country. When coming to the country’s capital, Dublin, one might ask himself which are the best pubs he could try and benefit from a traditional atmosphere. In the following paragraphs we try to offer some insight through a list of pubs that we considered as best describing the traditional and cultural...

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Irish Bars in America

Irish Bars in America

When it comes to the tradition of Irish pubs in the American continent, one can cross the entirety of the United States of America and he will always find an city that houses one, if not several Irish pubs. The authenticity of these pubs will be questionable indeed, but their presence will surely be guaranteed. The tradition of Irish pubs in America goes back all the way to the early 1800’s and most of it was caused by massive wave...

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7 Signs That You’re Not in a Real Irish Pub

7 Signs That You’re Not in a Real Irish Pub

One crucial aspect that differentiates the regular pubs from an authentic Irish pub, is the fact that common pubs are usually “screaming” for how much they have to offer and that their general ambient will be a loud and very agitated one. Authentic Irish pubs on the other hand, will put more emphasis on being a place for social gatherings, rather than places to come and drink and be loud. Maintaining a historical heritage and...

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