It’s quite possible that you’ll experience a sense of déjà vu when you approach the front door to this homely gastropub—the owners claim that it’s been photographed countless times for postcards, to convey a sense of “authentic Irishness.” The place is cozy on the inside, and the food, which is very popular with locals, is terrific. Although the menu is contemporary in style and presentation, there’s a strong sense of tradition, too; steaming bowls of local mussels caught fresh that day share the menu with lamb pie, and sirloin steak. Until 5:30pm they serve a fantastically good value bar menu—try the Sambuca-infused local fish pie for just €6. There’s also a great selection of craft beers at the bar. Hours are not consistent out of season, so check before you head out in winter.