Which Irish pubs and restaurants are the most dangerous in the country?

The Irish Government has released the results of its most recent annual report, which found pubs and clubs in Ireland are most dangerous.

This report is an update of the report released in 2013.

The report looked at pubs, bars and restaurants which had more than two adult visitors, had at least three adult drinkers and had more then two underage drinkers.

The most dangerous areas were in Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford.

The report also showed there was a spike in the number of people who visited pubs and bars after the end of the 2011 Easter Rising.

“In the past, we have focused on the overall number of deaths in pubs and venues, and the number is generally higher than in other areas of our country,” said a spokesperson for the Irish Health Minister, Aodhán Ó Ríordáin.

In total, 3,822 people died in Irish pubs in the year ending June 2018, the report said.

The figures do not include deaths in other venues, but included the number who died from alcohol-related causes in venues that had a total of more than 100,000 people.

It also said the number fell by 1.6 per cent between June 2018 and June 2019, compared to the same period last year.

The Irish Times contacted 13 of the 17 pubs and nightclubs in Ireland, all in Cork.

Some were reluctant to be interviewed.

“It’s a bit of a strange question.

I’m not going to answer it.

But I will say that I think it’s a problem,” said John Byrne, owner of The Rooftop in Cork City.

He said there was an increase in alcohol poisoning in Cork bars and clubs over the years.

“We do not drink the same beer that you do in Ireland.

We have a slightly different flavour of beer.

But if there is a problem, then I can tell you that we’ve tried to deal with it,” he said.

Renters also suffer from the problem, he said, adding: “We’ve got to have the right people around.

I think you’ll find a lot of the pubs have very poor security.”

In the meantime, he has started putting up a security fence around his premises, he added.

Mr Byrne said he would like to see more security around his business.

Last year, a total number of 723 people died at Irish pubs.

The worst affected were the elderly and people who had serious injuries.

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