Earleysview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 71 9142171
Proprietor: Tom Earley
A pleasant well-run business with a good typical bar atmosphere, traditional music every Thursday night, live music at weekends. Everyone is welcome here where you will receive personal service with a smile.
Fawls The Railway Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 65 6824463
Proprietor: Pauline Whelan
Original old style select bar with snug. Spacious beer garden. Award winning Traditional Irish music pub with free live trad sessions every week-end. Off-Licence stocks speciality spirits, old and new world wines and rare whiskeys.
Matt The Millers Bar & Restaurantview full listing
Matt the Millers is arguably one of the most popular pubs in Kilkenny. The energetic bar features four floors with a bar on each and with an expanse of ground space to dance the night. Customers are spoilt for choice with great food, a lively bar and music venue in a pub that has maintained its true Medieval Character.
Anderson'sview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 59 863 1468
Proprietor: David and John Anderson
Anderson's was established in 1924 and is a family run pub. Located in the centre of town, it is a great social meeting place with a bar and lounge, full coffee menu, two televisions and a big screen for sports and an up to date jukebox. Anderson's is renowned for its great atmosphere and efficient, friendly staff.
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