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The Old Triangle Ale House

Whether it’s a Ceilidh you’re after, or just a good natter with some friendly folk down to the pub you really couldn’t do better than the Old Triangle. Bar owners and friends of all-things-Celtic Evans and Doherty are true to their mandate of “food for the body, drink for the spirit, music for the soul”: the cuisine is a notch above your usual pub fare; there are a wide array of domestic, premium and imported beers on tap; and the fiddle tunes are guaranteed to set your toes tapping and feet stomping. That is, if they don’t have you out of your seat and dancing a jig before you know it. 5136 Prince Street, 492-4900

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