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Bridge tumbling down on food

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

1st February, 2015
The Bridge 1859 has the only ‘tankovna’ beer system in Ireland, and that at least seems to be going down better than the food

I’ve had occasion to interview a professional rugby player precisely once in my life – Gordon D’Arcy, who was, as they might say in the corridors of Blackrock College, a terribly nice chap. “He doesn’t really want to talk about rugby,” his PR had told me beforehand, which suited me down to the ground, as I know as much about that particular game as George Hook knows about fashion....

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