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Had a couple of great evenings in this tiny pub with live music and a great atmosphere. If you're looking for traditional music, performed by enthusiasts, then this is the place. Bring an instrument and join in!
Incredible evening of inspired music. Very special ambience of sharing passion and respect for music. While not an official open session they invited my 16 year old to join. He played for over two hours. Their kindness and welcome made for exceptional memories we will...More
This pub located behind O'Donovan's hotel (where we stayed) and is an absolute hidden gem. I am the director of women's performing group that was touring Ireland and happened to stumble across this wonderful spot. The evening began as a traditional Irish musical night, but...More
We were told that on certain nights there was entertainment in An Teach Beag.
We arrived early on Saturday night and had a wonderful night. The local folks sing songs, dance, tell stories and seem to relish the company of each other.
This is one...More
Was here tonight with the lovely Ursula and my sister in law Liz and husband Kevin.
Well, it was some craic! We had musicians, singers galore, pints, whiskey. Great old songs resurrected and everyone joining in.
I went up meself and had a blast of...More
Wrapped up our Ireland trip with our favorite evening - live traditional Irish music from Jimmy Crowley at An Teach Beag ("little house") next to the artist himself and the whole place singing along. Amazing.
I stopped here for a Guinness and to listen to the Irish music session. The place was quiet, and Fergus the bartender told me it was because it was the 'winter season' (in mid September? go figure). Anyway, the pub is very quaint, with a...More
Norma Walsh suggested this little pub, and we found a true irish atmosphere; everyone is involved to listen with attention all the sessions and to sing some songs. The musicians really enjoy their music, and all the public is there not to chat with loud...More