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The Irish Bank Bar can be found nestling snugly in it's own laneway. Its facade is adorned with the traditional whitewashed cottage look, antique signs, and hanging flower baskets adding to the romance of the walkway. At times tables occupy the street and the air is thick with the smells of great food, beer, and echoes of lively conversation and laughter.
The Irish Bank Bar is unique in that it houses a remarkable collection of antiques and pictures that have recreated an arena of intrigue, traditional old world charm and sheer authenticity. The antique woods of the confessional box, pulpit and church pews, coupled with the old sewing machines, barrels, kettles, crockery, farm implements, horse tackle, etc., adorn the inside of the gem.
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