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    Default Ringing in the new year in Limerick.

    So.....

    Where to go, what do do?
    Any ideas for me?

    Hope everyone had a lovely Christmas ;-)

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    Don't know much about Limerick night life so canīt make any recommendations. What I can tell you is theres another bloody storm due that night so I'd plan around that.

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    Yes, get the hell out of Limerick and head down to Cork.

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    Town is usually chocablock. Was actually quiet messy last year. Cant beat the quiet local with a sing song and a fire blazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cortez View Post
    Yes, get the hell out of Limerick and head down to Cork.
    The real capital buoy !
    Beautiful city, great night life and some of the friendliest people in Ireland. I miss that place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoungIrishGirl View Post
    So.....

    Where to go, what do do?
    Any ideas for me?

    Hope everyone had a lovely Christmas ;-)

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    Depends on what you like ............ clubbing, quiet pubs, etc. Some nice restaurants as well.

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    Haven't a clue about Limerick but my new years wish i for you to be EOTM in 2016

    i'm going to hardcore street , looking forward to it. Have to be up early the next day for work though !


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    Nancy Blake's pub great spot late bar until 2
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    Cobblestone joes live music another good place Icon nightclub all beside each other and smyths bar
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    Welcome to Limerick YoungIrishGirl

    Pubs - Nancy Blakes as Clarelad has already stated. Another option is the old quarter. Quieter options would be Souths Pub or Tom Collins.

    Clubs - The Icon is the most popular. There is angel lane as well I think.

    Most places will have something on for new years eve.

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