Friday, 20th July 2018
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The Reg has always been synonymous with a great Christmas Night out in Waterford City with its 5 unique Bars, Live Music & DJs every Wednesday to Saturday each December.

However, this year with new menus crafted by Award Winning Chefs Spaniard Edward Araya and Kiwi Matthew Bell, the Reg now offers the very best Á La Carte and Set Lunch and Dinner Menus to match the very best Entertainment, Cocktails, Wines and Gin Menus. These menus represent the best traditional Christmas dishes but with their unique twist, with Set Dinner Menus from €32 and Set Lunches Menus from €23.

The Reg’s Christmas offering is available in your choice of our Craft Bar Snug, Strongbow Restaurant or Upstairs Restaurant, depending on the size of your party and ambience you prefer.

All Reg Christmas Party Guests will have the exclusive use of the new Ice-Bar on the Upper Terrace, following the completion of a new state of the Art Pergola (mid Nov 2017) where the Upper Terrace will now be totally covered, with additional heaters and full screen creating the most magical exclusive location for your group to have pre or post dinner drinks.

As always, this year’s live entertainment will be the best in the Region with live music every night, as well as a late bar and resident DJ Shay Searson every Thursday to Saturday from 30 November.

This year The Reg also wants to encourage close friends to pamper themselves (or nice bosses to pamper staff!) and take a long lunch any Friday in December. On these days, Jazz musicians will play in the ICE BAR every

afternoon and all cocktails at the IceBar will be 5 euro till 6pm. Just like old times!

2 FOR 1 COCKTAILS EVERY FRIDAY!

THE PAPA ZITAS LIVE ON SATURDAY 16th!

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