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August’s pub was the Singing Pub, or Síbín Ceoil, in the town of Downings, County Donegal. Perched in a stunning location along the scenic Atlantic Drive in the very north of Donegal, the Singing Pub is housed a traditional thatched Irish cottage and is bursting with character and charm. Visitors are welcomed to the cozy pub by the glowing open turf fires, comfortable seating, and friendly service. The food here is not to be missed – the pub is famous for it’s fresh locally caught seafood dishes, massive steaks, and of course, a great selection of beers.
The Singing Pub has been quenching the thirst of locals since the early 18th century, making it one of Ireland’s oldest pubs. In its formative years it operated as an Síbín, or an unlicensed premise. Now, having been in the Doherty family for over 30 years, the pub is a warm and welcoming place not only for visitors and locals but also for the many musicians who have helped the Singing Pub become famous for its trad sessions.