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Keep Discovering the Wild Atlantic Way: Some fab ideas for your next trip

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Dine in Dolans Bar, Restaurant and Live Music Venue

Playing Indiana Jones all day really works up an appetite, so head into the city to another legendary and historical place, Dolans on the docks. This traditional Irish pub and restaurant has hosted some of the biggest, and coolest, names in the Irish music scene – Christy Moore, David Gray, Damien Rice, Damien Dempsey, Paddy Casey, Bob Geldof, Glen Hansard, The Rubberbandits, to name just a few.

The music might not be playing at the moment, but the atmosphere is still as electric as ever. Upstairs, in the rooftop restaurant, a warm welcome awaits as does a great menu of comforting classic dishes like Irish stew, seafood chowder, fish and chips and moules frites. Though the food might be familiar, the plating is fresh and fun and the homemade desserts take the experience to another level. This is good pub grub, elevated.

Pick up picnic provisions at Alex Findlater & Co

Speaking of grub, you’ll want to stop off and stock up on road trip snacks before embarking on the next leg of your Wild Atlantic Way adventure. Alex Findlater & Co is a gourmet food and wine hall in Limerick City centre where you can pick up picnic provisions like fresh sandwiches, salads, snacks and drinks. Before you set off, perk up with coffee and scrumptious cake and enjoy at the sunny outside tables.

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