History | McDonnell's Bar Newbridge
Another unrelated court case in December 1898 mentions ‘Patrick J. Doyle’s public house’. In the 1901 Census No. 6 Edward Street is listed as a public house with five rooms and seven out offices comprising: two stables, a coach house, a harness room, a turf house, a shed and store. The landholder was Miss Moore. Patrick J. Doyle was listed as the head of family. Popular Newbridge publican, Hubert Neeson died last week following an accident in Co. Meath in which his car was in collision with a truck&#...
McDonnell's Bar Newbridge | Pub Newbridge | Pub Kildare | Live Music | Sports Bar | Live Racing
There are multiple TVs throughout the pub showing all major sporting events aswell as daily horse racing. The bar is fully wheelchair accessible. Due to our new state-of-the-art ice cold beer system. Ice cold Budweiser, Heineken, Carslberg, Coors and Cider are served ice cold at 0 degrees. The main bar is fully air-conditioned. And there is free Wi-Fi available throughout the pub. There's a fully heated covered smoking area. With a cocktail bar further out the back that has a big screen for big occasions.