The Purty Kitchen puts live music on the menu

It's played host to performers including Sinéad O'Connor, the Dubliners and Paul Brady - and now one of Dublin's best-known pubs is set to become a live music venue once again.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
24th February, 2013
Ashley Sheridan in the Purty Kitchen, the oldest pub in Dun Laoghaire. Photo: Maura Hickey

It's played host to performers including Sinéad O'Connor, the Dubliners and Paul Brady - and now one of Dublin's best-known pubs is set to become a live music venue once again.

Ashley Sheridan and John McCluskey, who also own The Step Inn in Stepaside, took over The Purty Kitchen in Dun Laoghaire last year under a lease purchase arrangement with its receivers. They reopened the ground floor bar last October, and next week...

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