There was a time in Ireland when it was commonplace for pubs and groceries to be housed in the same place. One stop shopping,... More
Tynan's Bridge House Bar
There was a time in Ireland when it was commonplace for pubs and groceries to be housed in the same place. One stop shopping, if you will, although it probably prolonged the process. Tynan's has cleverly maintained the layout from when this attractive pub was such a place. Culinary ingredients are no longer served, but there is no question as to the quality of the liquor on offer. If you need an excuse to nip out for a pint, Tynan's inherent historical value might well suffice.
smell was very bad and manager is women who is not suited to nice pub she has no manner and only for little non national girl in pub you would be waiting to get service. very dissapointed . was there 3 years ago and spent whole week in bar . times have changed pity to see such nice bar go .
My friends and I visited Ireland 2 years ago from Florida. We happened upon this quaint little bar after checking out some other pubs in the area. The crowd and the chatter echoing from within drew us closer and inside we met some of the friendliest Irish-folk ever. The bartender, Paul was great and we actually hung out with him and his friends later that night at a club. The atmosphere was warm and inviting and the locals were very friendly. I am planning another trip to Ireland, Kilkenny in particular and will visit Tynan's Bridge House Bar again!