Ireland’s Best Bar, revealed

The Irish Hospitality Awards 2022 were hosted at The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dublin on Monday. The winners have been revealed.

Ireland’s Best Bar, revealed.

The awards may be hosted and organised by Creative Oceanic, but they are voted for by the Irish public.

Broken down into 30 categories with ten contenders in each, the results have been revealed. In turn, the award for Ireland’s Best Bar of the year was given to Peadar’s Bar in Moate, County Westmeath.

The Irish Hospitality Awards 2022 – celebrating the people and businesses that put Ireland on the map

The Irish Hospitality Awards.
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Hosted by Creative Oceanic, The Irish Hospitality Awards are voted for and decided by the people. They recognise the hard work from every sector of the industry across the country.

From restaurants, hotels, bars, and attractions, the awards nod to the businesses in Ireland that strive to enhance the country’s reputation and keep the country alive.

A spokesperson for The Irish Hospitality Awards 2022 said, “It was lovely to partake in this celebration and the hard work of Irish hospitality should not go unnoticed.

Ireland's best bar, revealed.
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“The winners enhance the country’s reputation nationally and internationally and we would like to congratulate all winners for their achievements, it was very well deserved”.

They also recognised the challenge of working in hospitality, especially in recent years with the pandemic.

“Working within the hospitality industry can be challenging at times and the last few years have shown that, so these awards aim to thank those that work hard within the hospitality sector and contribute to those who make Ireland a beautiful place to visit”.

Ireland’s best bar – Peadar’s Bar in County Westmeath

Peadar's was voted Ireland's best bar.
Credit: Facebook / Peadar’s Bar Moate

Last week, the folks at Peadar’s Bar took to Instagram saying they were “Delighted to be Shortlisted as “Best Bar” in The Irish Hospitality Awards Monday week”.

Other contenders in the ‘Best Bar’ category include Guiry’s Angler’s Bar in Foxford, County Mayo, The Brazen Head in Dublin, and The Harbour Bar in Wicklow, to name a few.

However, the Irish public has spoken, and it’s Peadar’s Bar in County Westmeath that has taken home the crown.

Peadar’s has glowing reviews from the public. One punter said, “Peadar’s is a local pub where you feel you are local by the time you leave. If you are in the Moate area don’t miss the opportunity”.

Other nominations and awards – a night of celebration

It was a night of celebration.
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Ireland’s best bar was just one category that was awarded and celebrated on Monday night.

Other awards include the award for Family Venue of the Year, which the Aillwee Burren Experience was crowned for.

Tayto Park won the award for Best Day Out, while Kia Ora Mini Farm in County Wexford took the crown for Outdoor Venue of the Year.

For Tourist Attraction of the Year, Kilkenny Castle took the top spot. Meanwhile, Croke Park took home the award for Sports Venue of the Year. You can check out the full list of nominations and winners here.

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