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30 Lower Castle Street, Tralee, Kerry,
Mr Garry O'Donnell
Famous long established old world pub full of rugby memorabilia. Award winning bar food. Awarded Munster Snug of the year. A must on a visit to Tralee.
Baily’s Corner offers their customers quality food, service and atmosphere 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 the bar caters 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, Baily's have live music seven nights a week. From Tralee’s longest established trad session every Tuesday to the best of Kerry’s contemporary musicians, there really is something for everyone, young or old.
Renowned for its extensive whiskey selection, Baily's has over eighty different whiskeys from around the world. Baily's prides itself on having the largest selection of single malt whiskeys in Kerry. Whether you're an aficionado, or simply partial to the odd dram, Baily's caters for any palette and has staff to guide you in your choice.
For those seeking a quiet chat over a pint or a coffee, the pub is also home to Munster's Snug of The Year 2011 and a runner up in the National Competition. Decided by a public vote you can ensure that Baily's Corner truly has a traditional comfortable snug for you to enjoy
Baily's was established in 1981 and it was originally on the corner of Ashe Street. As a local institution in Tralee it has been central to music, fun and many a debate. Founded by owner Garry O’Donnell, Garry and staff have been keeping the people of the Kerry fed, watered, informed and most importantly entertained for over 30 years. 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.
Previously Harty's in Castle Street, Baily's has retained some of Harty's character while bringing its own unique Baily’s charm. The bar sits proudly on lower Castle Street across from Bank of Ireland.
From humble beginnings, the Rose of Tralee International Festival was conceived at this famous watering hole. Some fifty years, ago a small group of enterprising local businessmen gathered and came up with the idea for the world famous Rose of Tralee.
Sports fans will also enjoy their time in Baily’s. The pub is one of the best places in town to watch any match particularly rugby, especially for Munster matches. The famous long established old world pub is full of rugby memorabilia with plenty of historic and interesting memorabilia which rugby fans from all over can appreciate and enjoy.