When it comes to having an Afternoon Tea in Limerick, there is a plethora of choice. This city finds itself in County Limerick, Republic of Ireland, within the Mid-West Region of the province of Munster.

It lies on the River Shannon, with the historic core situated on King’s Island. Coming here for a fun day out is, undoubtedly, an excellent choice. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, though, you’re going to want to stop for a nice spot of lunch. Why not visit a venue from the list below?

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Limerick almost certainly dates back to at least 812 CE. However, there is also archaeological evidence of people living in and around the area many hundreds of years before.

By the 12th century, the Normans had redesigned the city, creating much of its most notable architecture such as King John’s Castle and St Mary’s Cathedral. In the early medieval era, Limerick was at the centre of the Kingdom of Thomond, eventually prospering throughout the 1500s and much of the 1600s.

In 1651, however, the city’s luck changed for the worse. Oliver Cromwell went on to besiege Limerick, thus causing significant damage, before the Williamites attacked it twice more in the 1690s.

The 18th century saw peace prevail once more, with Limerick establishing itself as one of Ireland’s major commercial ports exporting goods to Britain and America.

Around two hundred years later, in 1942, the nearby Shannon Airport opened for the first time. It was during this period that Joe Sheridan, a chef at the airport, invented Irish Coffee.

However, if you prefer your cuppa to be a little lighter, stopping in an Afternoon Tea Limerick venue makes for the perfect alternative. Go on – treat yourself today!