Eating in Killarney
- Jam, Main Street – Bakery/Deli serving delicious sandwiches, scones,quiches, salads, pastas and cakes. Eat in or take out. Ideal for picnicsupplies.
- Deenagh Lodge – Thatchedcottage just inside the National Park gate serving inexpensive soups,salads, sandwiches, etc. Local artists’ paintings on the wall.
- Panis Angelicus, New Street – freshly baked bread, scones and cakes,Belgian chocolates, gourmet sandwiches and great coffee. Phew!
- The Cooperage, Old Market Lane – friendly, atmospheric restaurant with funky décor specialising in seafood and game.
- Gaby’s Seafood Restaurant, High Street – one of Ireland’s longestestablished seafood restaurants, also serves great steaks and lamb.
For that Extra Special Occasion:
Drinking in Killarney
- The Park Restaurant, Killarney Park Hotel – This hotel was recentlyvoted the 7 th best luxury hotel in the world by the seasonedtravellers over at tripadvisor.com. You can be sure the restaurantmeasures up. Piano accompanied fine dining in grand surroundings.
- Panorama Restaurant, Hotel Europe – lake and mountain views, great food. Enough said.
As previously noted traditional pubs are hard to come by in Killarneywith many bending over backwards just a little too far to pander totourists. That said there is fun to be had if you are in the mood:
- The Danny Man, New St – super-size pub with live music and a party atmosphere nightly during the summer.
- The Killarney Grand, Main Street – more of the same, live music, ballads and lashings of lemonade and tongue sandwiches.
- The Granary, Beech Road – more eclectic choice of music from indie to traditional in a modern, stylish bar.
- Buckleys, Arbutus Hotel – refurbished bar with trad sessions most nights of the week.
- Courtney’s. Plunkett Street – plain wood bar with DJs at the weekends, trad on Thursdays, younger crowd.