Corkery's is superbly situated in the very heart of Killarney. Corkerys has dominated High Street for over 60 years offering the best in Irish hospitality. Simply step inside the family owned and managed bar and it doesn't take long to realise you are in for a wonderful time.
The extensive Bar Menu served daily from 3pm to 9pm has something to cater for everyone's taste and with daily specials our regular customers can be assured of something new every time! The Carvery Lunch is available daily from 12.30pm to 3pm. The Carvery Lunch "a first for Killarney town centre" features delicious and savoury dishes at exceptional value. It's certainly worth a visit!
Corkery's Sports Bar is one of Killarney's' well known Sports Bars. No matter what sport; you are sure to find it playing on one of the many plasma TV screens that adorn the walls of the bar. If you are not a football or golf enthusiast; there are plenty of other options to keep you entertained- a game of cards or darts, a bet on the horses or simply a lively conversation and great company! For all enquiries in relation to upcoming sporting events, live viewing and local festivals please call 064-6671831
The Lakes of Killarney, Inisfallon Island; the National Park, Ross Castle, Deenagh Lodge, Killarney House,The Gap of Dunloe, Lord Brandons Cottage,Muckross House & Gardens, Ladies View,Torc Waterfalls; Coolwood Wildlife Sanctuary; Kennedy's Pet Farm,The Famous Ring of Kerry,Killarney Golf & Fishing Club, St. Mary's Cathedral, Franciscan Friary; Fitzgerald Stadium.
Shopping in Killarney-Killarney Outlet Centre offers a wide variety of shops. Deer Park Shopping Centre is only a mere distance from the town centre-home to Marks & Spencer's, New Look & many more!
Whats on Offer:
- Parties Catered For
- Pub Quiz
- Family Friendly
- Family Run
- Function Room
- High Chairs
- Listed Building
- Open Fire
- Wheelchair Access
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