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McAleers Bar

Donaghmore Road, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT701EZ
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A great aul’ buzz can be found in McAleer’s Bar. Traditional meets contemporary in this nightlife hotspot. Bright and bustling, this bar certainly has something for everyone.

There are five bars, each uniquely created with their own character, whether you want to spend your night out on the dancefloor, chat about the match, or catch up with old friends. Pick any drink of your choice, because McAleer’s certainly has them all, and enjoy a night in one of Dungannon’s most unique spots.

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