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Munster Bar

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Ballymullen, Tralee, Kerry,
Mr John O'Sullivan
 +353(0)667123257
 johnmbosullivan@gmail.com

The Munster Bar, Tralee, was opened in 1875 and derived its name from its proximity to the Ballymullen Army Barracks which was home to the "Munster Fusiliers" Brigade of the British Army.

The Munster Bar, Tralee, was opened in 1875 and derived its name from its proximity to the Ballymullen Army Barracks which was home to the "Munster Fusiliers" Brigade of the British Army.
The Brigade distinguished itself in many battles as far away as India, the Boer War and the First World War.

The Munster Bar is situated about half a mile from Tralee town centre - it is renowned as a "sports mad" bar. Whether you love soccer, rugby, greyhound racing, Gaelic football or golf, our three T.V.'s (large) won't disappoint and you won't be short of debate with our many resident "experts".

The O'Sullivan family are steeped in trad, popular and folk music. Our Bernstein one hundred year old piano adorns the lounge and is always kept tuned. One or more of the O'Sullivan family of six are nearly always at hand to play an instrument and sing a song. Caitriona, who teaches music and is a former pupil of Dr. Veronica Dunne, is a singer/song writer with a number of singles and a 12 song CD on the Rosette label. Traditinal Music Sessions May to October on Friday nights from 10 pm.

Most of all we pride ourselves on the warmth of our welcome, the friendliness of our patrons and, of course, our superb pint of the black stuff patiently poured to whet your thirsty palate.

Our Smoking area is gas heated. Our lounge can cater for 100 and is a popular venue for 21st birthday parties, christening parties and pub quizzes. The lounge hosts many an impromptu sing song which may occur any night. The bar is a very popular haunt after Gaelic matches in nearby Austin Stack Park with many a score played over and over again.