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Victor's Bar and Restaurant at The Club House Hotel
Kilkenny City, Co. Kilkenny
Victor's Bar & Restaurant at the Club House Hotel on Patrick Street in Kilkenny City exudes with old world charm. At lunch time a varied, exciting and wholesome daily menu is served, along with a fantastic selection of salads, cold plates, sandwiches and panini.

Victor's Bar & Restaurant at The Club House Hotel in Kilkenny City, selects only the finest local produce, along with fresh fish from Dunmore East in nearby County Waterford, to create dishes of the highest standards. Children are always welcome, and a varied children’s menu offers wide choices for all ages.

At dinner, a great value early bird menu is served nightly, and their sumptuous a la carte menu has something for everyone. Their signature dish, The Club House Kilkenny Steak, is one of the best in the city making Victor's Bar & Restaurant at The Club House Hotel a great choice for dining in Kilkenny. A fine selection of drinks and wines and occasional live music, usually on Saturday nights, makes it an ideal place for a great night out.

Some of the appealing features of Victors Bar & Restaurant at The Club House Hotel are the two open fires during the winter months, traditional bar stools, comfortable chairs and even some sofas for those who really want to relax.

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Patrick's Street, Kilkenny City, kilkenny, R95 DX76, Ireland
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