Appropriately located on the Dublin Road, this achingly traditional bar has curated an authentic Irish experience. Named after ‘Five Points’, the Manhattan slum district home to early Irish immigrants, the pub boasts a whiskey tasting room and An Síbín, a recreated quaint Irish pub/Spirit Grocer. Its dark and brooding interior is illuminated by a roaring fire, nightly live Irish folk music and Points Irish Dancers on weekends. Over eighty local and international whiskeys and ales, as well as 'killer cocktails', are served up within this ephemera-steeped space. Throw in a dish of Irish Stew and you've got what can only be described as a tourist's dream night out in town.