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  1. The Boatyard Restaurant

    Dingle, Kerry

    The Boatyard Restaurant is situated overlooking Dingle Harbour in the busy quay side area on Strand Street. The family friendly restaurant specialises in local seafood but also caters to non fish eaters. Read more

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  2. Ned Natterjacks

    Castlegregory, Kerry

    Ned Natterjacks is a traditional style pub, with a stone fireplace, old whiskey mirrors, brass kettles and pans hanging above the hearth. Read more

  3. O'Donnell's Bar

    Cloghane, Kerry

    Come to O'Donnell's and have some food and drink. Have a quiet drink or a rip roaring good time, make new friends or meet old friends. Its warm cosy atmosphere and friendly staff make everyone feel welcome. Read more

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  4. Brudair's Bakery & Coffee Shop

    Tralee, Kerry

    Brudair's is a Bakery & Coffee Shop situated in Tralee Town Centre. Read more

  5. Yummy Cafe Market

    Tralee, Kerry

    Located just off Tralee Town Square on the gorgeous little Dominic Street, Yummy Cafe Market serves wholesale food in a setting like no other. Read more

  6. Dingle Farm Produce and Craft Market

    Dingle, Kerry

    Dongle Farmers Market specialises in particular in local seafood such as crab, lobsters, smoked salmon/mackerel, organic vegetables, breads and local crafts. It is held every Friday in Dingle, County Kerry. Read more

  7. The Gluten Free Kitchen Company

    Tralee, Kerry

    The Gluten Free Kitchen Company Cafe Deli Bakery is one of the first of its kind as the entire menu is gluten and wheat free. The menu is prepared in house in a 100% gluten free kitchen but enjoyed by all foodies. Read more

  8. Cassidy's Restaurant

    Tralee, Kerry

    Cassidy's restaurant is situated in the centre of Tralee town on the site of the old Abbey Monastery. Read more

  9. The Grand Hotel

    Tralee, Kerry

    Established in 1928, the Grand Hotel boasts open fires, ornate ceilings and mahogany furnishings. The hotel offers guests old world charm. Read more

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  10. Páidí Ó'Sé's Pub

    Ventry, Kerry

    Páidí Ó Sé's pub in Ventry is a must for all GAA fans who visit the Dingle Peninsula, located on the Wild Atlantic Way en route to the beautiful Ceann Sléibhe (Slea Head.) Pictures of the great Kerry GAA teams adorn the walls of the pub along with many other famous faces who visited the Pub including Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Martin Sheen and Dolly Parton. Read more

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