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McConville's Bar Portadown

Mandeville Street, Portadown, County Armagh, BT623PB
Outer exterior of McConville's Bar Portadown


Located in the heart of Portadown for over 150 years, McConville’s Bar has stood the test of time.  A traditional ‘snug’ bar with rustic wooden interiors and etched windows,

McConville's is a great spot to enjoy a quiet drink, either in one of its original enclosed booths or in the main seating areas, where you can have great times with the locals. Alternatively McConville's is great for  live music with artists coming from all over Northern Ireland to display their talent but more so to get the room singing and dancing along.

The back bar is decorated with a collection of Irish whiskeys so large, it would rival some museums. With a great range of drinks to pick from, the cosy atmosphere, rustic details and the live music you can be sure you won't want to leave and you'd definitly want to come back.

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