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Bree Blisters

Iain McDavid
9 p.m.-2 a.m. Sundays., Sunday December 09 | Free.

Karaoke every Sunday night at Claddagh on the Levee hosted by Bree.



Where: Claddagh Irish Pub
Phone: 859-581-8888
Address: Newport on the Levee
Website: www.hotwheelsentertainment.com

Claddagh Irish Pub

Newport on the Levee
Newport, Kentucky
41071
 
With two locations in the region, Claddagh Irish Pub re-creates the great pubs of Ireland by serving man-sized portions of traditional Irish fare such as Jameson Irish Whiskey glazed sirloin steak, Shepherd’s Pie and baby back ribs with a Guinness Stout BBQ sauce. The bar is always lively and offers the perfect pint of Guinness, along with a nice variety of true Irish whiskeys.
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