The unique architecture having large open windows gives an unobscured view of the passing world and those that stumble aren’t disappointed to while away an afternoon or evening catching up with friends and family. The current owners believe in highlighting the vast abilities and talent of local artists and the distinctive signage of Mother Macs is the work of local and internationally renowned sign writer Tom Collins. It is this new look and development of the area immediately adjacent that has helped Mother Macs win the Overall Tidy Towns Award for 2016. Inside you can expect to find an eclectic mix of authentic old world with a newer twist.
Being part of the local community is at the heart of Mother Macs and the owners make the pub available for a wide variety of events and activities. In 2016 Mother Macs was the venue for Liam Gillicks “And Then…. as part of EVA International festival, It has been a venue for Limerick Fringe Festival and upcoming local musicians utilise Peggy’s Parlour for small gigs.