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Emerald Casino Dundalk

Fitzpatrick’s Casino Group is one of the largest operators of casinos in all of Ireland, so you know you’re going to enjoy a brilliant experience with them. Their Limerick branch is the longest running of all their casinos, welcoming both seasoned gamblers and new members out for a bit of a laugh. They’ve also recently launched an online casino, meaning the fun never has to stop!

Membership of the Fitzpatrick Casino in Limerick is free. Becoming a full member has numerous benefits, including the ability to take part in special events throughout the year. All you need to do is turn up to the casino with your driving license, your passport, and a recent utility bill. As long as your over eighteen you’ll find yourself on the gaming floor in no time.

Emerald Casino Dundalk

17 Park St, Townparks, Dundalk, Co. Louth, A91 AV29, Ireland

Casino Games


the slots are one of the chief selling points at Fitzpatrick casinos with all of them linked together in order to offer huge jackpots. They have a large selection of both video and five reel slot machines, too, so you’re bound to find something you like. The other thing worth mentioning is that there is a jackpot won roughly every ten-minutes in a Fitzpatrick casino. So, if you’re a fan of the slots, then this place is for you!


Blackjack, based on the French game of vignt-et-un, is a thrilling card game where you go head-to-head with the dealer and try to make the right call about the cards that you hold. It’s a popular thing to play because everyone feels they are on the same side against the nasty dealer, so Fitzpatrick’s Limerick branch has a couple of tables for you to get involved in taking them on.


Roulette continues to engage and enthrall people in equal measure. It is one of the games in a casino that offers the punter the best odds, so it’s little wonder that it’s so popular. Red or black? Odd or even? High or low? Whichever way you think the ball will land, the Fitzpatrick Casino has tables for you to try your luck on.


The Fitzpatrick Casino in Limerick tends to keep things simple when it comes to the games on offer. Loads of slot machines combined with numerous table games and live poker are the order of the day. The only real variation that you might want to look into is the club’s take on poker: Mega Texas.


The Limerick branch of the Fitzpatrick Casino Group is one of the only casinos that offers live poker. Unlike most other casinos they don’t limit their play to Texas Hold’em, instead spreading the game out throughout the week in order to accommodate as many players as possible. Monday is Omaha day with a €200 buy in. Tuesday sees a €200 buy in for Texas Hold’em with Friday, Saturday ,and Sunday offering a €50 buy in of the same game.

Bars & Restaurants

There is no restuarant or bar to speak of, though complimentary drinks and snacks are available to people getting involved in the fun on the gaming floor.


If you’re over eighteen and can provide a driving license, a passport, and a utility bill, then membership of the Fitzpatrick Casino in Limerick is easy enough. All you need to do is take along all three of those forms of ID and fill in an application form. If for some reason you don’t have all three of them, then don’t worry too much. Just drop the casino a line and they’ll see what they can do.

Player Rewards

There is a decent loyalty scheme on offer with Fitzpatrick Casinos. Each location has a self-service tablet where you can sign up for great promotions and collect points with points leading to free bets. The loyalty scheme is available to full members and the more points that you rack up, the more you’ll be rewarded. That includes the change to win big money on a daily and monthly basis.

Getting There

The Fitzpatrick Casino is on the south side of the River Shannon in Limerick, almost in a direct line from the Shannon Bridge. If you’re the sort of person that likes a local landmark to look out for then you’ll be keen to know that the club is about five-minutes or so from the Milk Market and the same sort of distance from Arthur’s Quay Shopping Centre.

As far as public transport is concerned, getting to Fitzpatrick’s Casino is easy enough. Colbert Train Station is just a couple of minutes walk away from the casino with a couple of bus stops nice and close too. Upper Mallow Street / Perry Square is about one-minute away and Parnell Street / Ladbrokes is around the same distance.