Let’s Hear it for Harry’s at Water Lane

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Harry’s at Water Lane recently opened their doors in Bohermore and already has a loyal following of very happy customers. We find out the secret to the popularity of this hot new bar!

“It’s all about the customer experience for us,” said Steve Harris. “We want to create a wow factor from the moment you walk in the door. We really considered the décor and ambience of the bar when we started out as we feel that attention to detail is a very important factor.”

Harry’s at Water Lane certainly has visual appeal with modern lighting, a warm open fire and a cool urban vibe. But there is much more to it than that. “We offer a wide range of premium drinks from bourbons and gins to whiskeys and craft beers, with all wines also available by the glass. It’s about giving choice to our customers and so far, the feedback has been excellent,” said Geoff Kinsella.

Going by the reviews in so far, it seems that Harry’s is building a reputation for quality drinks, delicious food and a great line up of live entertainment.

So what do the customers say?

“I came in for food and drinks with a friend. We were greeted by very welcoming staff who were so friendly and helpful. The food was delicious and there were plenty of cocktails and drinks to choose from at the bar. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone!” says Kim Bracken.

You heard it here first – get down to Harry’s at Water Lane and check it out for yourself!

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