When he started in togher he made it his business to get to know every customer coming in the door, really added the personal touch,Small margins though, but a small slice of a huge pie is still good. I dealt with Liam in a previous career, he was very good to deal with, good business man, pragmatic.
You'd often see him in the Grange shop, and he does a lot for the local community. Very likeable man.When he started in togher he made it his business to get to know every customer coming in the door, really added the personal touch,
You sound like a sponsored tour guide.Hopefully you'll be able to make it back to the city for a few pints once things have calmed down a bit.
If you're looking for a good pub I can heartily recommend any of the Cork Heritage Pubs. From the Old Town Whiskey Bar @ The Bodega, to the Poor Relation Bar and Grill, there's something for everyone on the Cork Heritage Pub trail