Great pub, very central location. We were delighted to find live traditional music playing when we visited.
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We were travelling from Wexford and decided to head into Waterford for food. Coming across the bridge we spotted Treacys Hotel, which this bar is located in. First impression were ok with a lot in the bar and a sing song going on going on...More
Myself and a friend visited Timbertoes Pub today while on a day visit to Waterford city. It is a lovely premises with a great atmosphere. The staff are very friendly and really make you feel welcome. The interior of the premises is nice and absolutely...More
had evening drinks here during our 4 day stay as it was very convenient to our hotel and they had music very night. delicious "strawberry daiquerie" cocktails . Staff were friendly and very professional.
Stopped in for a snack, while I was waiting for my train to Dublin. The sandwich I had was tasty, but small enough. It was served with a side salad and a small amount of chips. I felt that the meal was somewhat overpriced when...More
Called in for some pub grub and a drink. Nice decor and typical menu verity at a reasonable price. Plenty of staff and fast service. Was a pleasant and relaxing experience
Arrived late for a late night drink, some of the clientele which made us a bit uncomfortable. Moved out to the foyer to finish our drink before leaving.
Had one day and night in Waterford and went to a couple of pubs. Timbertoes was far and away the most Irish of them all. In fact, there is a James Joyce Society recognition plaque at the bar stating such. The beer was cold and...More
Service was quick and friendly. Reasonable prices. Menu had more options than most pubs and bars. Many tables available in adjoining room for additional seating. Connected to Treacys Hotel so at times can be crowded with tour groups
Came here because of the reviews and disappointed. We ended up only having an appetizer. The fish cakes were pre-fab and tasted like plastic. Very disappointed😕