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30 Lower Castle Street, Tralee, Kerry, Republic of Ireland
Baily’s Corner is located on Castle Street the bustling main shopping street in the historic centre of Tralee. During the day it’s the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of Kerry’s county capital and enjoy the banter
FOOD AND MUSIC
At Baily’s Corner we guarantee our customers the best quality and best value bar food in Tralee.
Whether you’re looking for tea, a scone and lively conversation in the morning or a made to order sandwich and fresh soup for lunch we’ve got something to suit both your taste and your wallet.
If it’s after dark entertainment you’re after look no further. Aside from fun and games with the bar’s legendary regular punters we have the best in live music seven nights a week.
From Tralee’s longest established trad session every Tuesday to the best of Kerry’s contemporary musicians every Friday and Saturday there’s something for everyone.
Baily’s Corner is an institution in Tralee and central to its appeal is owner Garry O’Donnell who has been keeping the people of the Kerry fed, watered, informed and most importantly entertained for over 30 years.
Recently Garry moved from his former premises on Ashe Street to a new home in the premises once occupied by another of Tralee’s most famous watering holes, Harty’s Bar.
The famous bar was the venue where, some fifty years, ago a small group of enterprising local businessmen gathered, over several pints, and came up with the idea for the world famous Rose of Tralee festival.
To this day the bar remains a focal point during the festival and is a must for anyone who wants to sample a bit of the festival’s unique history or maybe, if they’re lucky, meet a Rose for themselves.
Of course it’s not all about Garry and the Roses.
Every day scores of people gather in the pub to discuss the important and often not so important, issues of the day and Garry’s staff will always be able to provide an entertaining new insight.
Sports fans will also enjoy their time in Baily’s. The pub is one of the best places in town to watch a rugby match, especially for Munster supporters though fans of other sides will be warmly welcomed. They should however be well prepared for some playful mocking from the local Munster faithful.
For those seeking a quiet chat over a pint or a coffee the pub is also home to Munster’s Best Snug as decided by voters in the 2011 Paddy Power’s Snug Of The Year Competition.