‘A Delight to the Senses’
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Try a mid morning walk around St Stephens Green, and then go shopping on Grafton Street. Then it's time to relax in the wonderful surroundings of the Duke Pub on Duke Street where you can enjoy a wonderful lunch and ...
TAKE A TRIP TO THE WONDERFUL BOTANIC GARDENS IN GLASNEVIN, OR VISIT THE HISTORICAL
GLASNEVIN CEMETRY. Then relax in the wonderful surrounds of the BRIAN BORU PUB .
The Brian Boru has an excellent reputation for top class food and drink.
A historic city centre pub in Cork which has had the same name over its doors for over a century is stepping back in time to celebrate over 120 years in business.
First named Five Alley Lane, the present name came from city’s sheriff Thomas Pembroke in 1724.
In 1867, the street was home to an hotel, spirit dealers, paper hanger, upholsterer, apothecary, posting establishments, and a dress-maker.
Then, in 1892, Daniel Canty put his name over the door of the pub, establishing 120 years of tradition.
The late Barry Buttimer, a former US Air Force pilot, bought the pub in 1978 and it has been in his family ever since.
Today, the pub is run by his son, Ger, who said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating the fact that we’re the oldest bar in Cork with the same name.
“I have fond memories of coming to this bar as a child. I grew up with the storytellers, friends and staff of this bar.
“I’m proud of the camaraderie of the businesses on Pembroke St, businesses that support each other on a daily basis.