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Charlie's Bar, Cork

Charlie's Bar, Cork

Located nearby City Hall on Union Quay, Charlie’s Bar is a great place to enjoy a few pints at a reasonable price while enjoying anything from rock to blues. Live music performances take place on most nights of the week which tend to attract a decent crowd of guests, particularly on the weekends. An intimate, dark atmosphere creates a relaxed and laid back ambiance. Charlie’s Bar is also open in the mornings, opening at 7:00 AM, and is one of the few Cork bars still granted this type of license. Evening crowds include a more diverse crowd, including college students, making for a livelier crowd. Free Wi-Fi is available here as well.

Operation Hours: Monday - Thursday: 7 am — 11:30 pm; Friday, Saturday: 7 am - 12:30 pm; Sunday: 12:30 pm - 11 pm.

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Sight Name: Charlie's Bar
Sight Location: Cork, Ireland
Sight Type: Food/Drink
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