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From Friday to Monday, we ran a poll asking our readers to vote on Wexford’s Best Beer Garden and to have their say. We planned to run an article highlighting the Top 10 Beer Gardens in Wexford as voted by our readers. This was to give these businesses some much-needed promotion ahead of their re-opening.
It’s clear that Wexford has no shortage of top-quality beer gardens and from June 7th, when outdoor dining resumes, we’ll be sure to check out some of these popular beer gardens from around the county.
So, without further ado, we give you the Top 10 Beer Gardens In Wexford.
10) The Swan, Wexford
The Swan Bar is located in The Faythe, Maudlintown.
9) Corcoran’s, New Ross
Corcoran’s is one of the oldest pubs in the New Ross area, with five generations of continuous ownership dating back two centuries
8) The Stores, Wexford
The Centenery Stores is located in Wexford town. While The Stores is best known for it’s clubbing, it also has a top-class beer garden.
7) Paddy Blues, Gorey
Paddy Blues in Gorey has been recently renovated and now accommodates a cosy beer garden in the heart of Gorey town, just in time for outdoor dining.
6) The Gap Pub
The Gap Pub, which is a traditional Irish pub, is located about 15 minutes outside of Gorey in Ballythomas. The Gap Pub is located on the Wicklow and Wexford border and it looks like it’s an ideal spot to sit down for a few quiet pints.
Rackards Bar, located in Enniscorthy’s town centre, was a popular choice for Wexford Weekly readers. The central location is ideal for this popular sports bar.
4) Foleys of Newbawn
3) Johnny Gaynors
Gaynor’s Pub in Wexford town was another popular choice. It has a unique beer garden which no doubt is an attraction for customers.
2) The Vine Cottage
A significant number of late votes for The Vine Cottage has placed this beer garden in second spot of the Top 10 Beer Gardens in Wexford. The Vine Cottage is a big beer garden and the pub is located in the Saltmills area of Wexford.
1) Mary Barry’s Pub
Readers of Wexford Weekly voted Mary Barry’s Pub in Kilmore as the best beer garden in Wexford. Congratulations to Mary Barry’s Pub; we are sure it’s well-deserved.
Other notable mentions who appeared on our list but did not attain enough votes include Breens Bar Gorey, T Morris, Sky & The Ground, Frenches, Kelly’s of The Harrow, Mernaghs Oylegate, and The Ross Inn. Thank you for taking the time to vote.
Keep your eyes peeled. We will be running some more polls soon.
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