Drogheda, A Town With The Reputation of A City

Drogheda which is seated right at the mouth of the river Boyne was founded at the back end of the 12th century by Anglo-Normans. The town is famous for the fact that it was once enclosed by a wall. While not quite recognised as a city, it is the largest town in Ireland. The town is home to more than 40 000 people and for those visiting, there are numerous historical sites, shopping emporiums and museums to explore, however, the end of each day should be enjoyed at one of the many fabulous pubs they have in the bustling town.

Pubs Are Plentiful And The Night Life Humming

Drogheda has an unexpected nightlife made a reality by the more than 50 pubs found within the town limits. The huge selection of restaurants paired with this means that there is never a shortage of things to do. There are a number of pubs that should definitely be added to your bucket list. Cagney’s Bar goes almost unnoticed. The average exterior is easy to pass by. They offer a huge selection of stouts, ales and beers from all over the world as well as cocktails that are blended to perfection. With unbeatable service, a magnificent view of the Boyne river and a steady flow of golden ale, you wouldn’t want to miss it.

The Front Runner

The battle for first place is a closely contested one with the likes of The Black Bull Inn, McPhails and Weavers in contention, however, the top spot deservedly goes to The Cross. The pub is connected to the famous Fusion restaurant in Drogheda. The retro decor and style give it a relaxed atmosphere. The inclusion of a cinema takes entertainment to the next level. Famous for their award-winning gourmet burgers. Take them up on a Monday night deal and get your burger, fries and drink for a mere 10 Euros or take part in some fun with Rock n Roll Bingo.