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Younges The Ragg
Bouladuff, Co. Tipperary
Younges The Ragg is a lovely traditional country pub, restaurant and function rooms 5km from the centre of Thurles Town in County Tipperary, with extensive car parking facilities. They serve breakfast and lunch daily.

Younges The Ragg work hard to make it genuinely welcoming and informal for all their customers. They are family run and family orientated. Staff are naturally friendly and hospitable and are dedicated to looking after guests.

Younges The Ragg are renowned for their beef which is 100% Irish. All food is homemade and ingredients are locally sourced. They endeavor at all time to provide additive free food where possible.

They can cater for most dietary requirements, especially coeliacs and vegetarians.

Their bar and function rooms can cater for diners from 30 to 300. Function rooms can be booked for your exclusive use whatever the occasion. All staff are on hand to cater for your every need.

You might wonder what an unusual name 'The Ragg' is. The area is steeped in history and during the civil war, there were a number of safe houses in the area. Men on the run would help the farmers in the fields and when they were in danger of being caught, the local women would put a rag out the top window of the houses, as a warning to the men to get away fast. There are a number of historical plaques in the area commemorating its history.

Just where the building stands, there was once a poitín maker and whenever the brew was ready to drink, a rag would be put out the attic window.

Contact details
Bouladuff, Co. Tipperary, E41 R598, Ireland
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