Restaurants Kilkenny - Eating & Drinking Kilkenny
If you want to experience the true spirit of Kilkenny, take the time to enjoy the food that comes from its rich landscape and is crafted with care by the people who live here. Below you will find a wide choice of restaurants in Kilkenny to choose from along with a host of bars, wine bars and cafes. Eating and drinking in Kilkenny doesn't get much better than this.
Kilkenny is a celebration of quality food makers, restauranters, café/bar-owners and retailers whose passion and personality shines through, making Kilkenny a wonderful journey of discovery for people who love great food and warm hospitality.
Enjoy your meal in Kilkenny, Bon appétit!
With a central position in the heart of Kilkenny’s entertainment district, Morrissons Night Club has been providing its guests with the finest service, entertainment and cocktails for over a decade. Spanning 2 floors with lots of snugs and atmospheric lighting, its design is understated but very original.
Daily Specials include Homemade Soup & Brown Bread, Salads, Quiche and Bagels. Hot lunches such as Cape Malay Chicken Curry, Kilmore Quay Fisherman's Pie, Mullins' Beef Stroganoff to name but a few! On James St & Ayrfield Medical Practice. A nice cafe to eat and drink while in Kilkenny.
O'Gorman's is a Traditional Family Pub perfectly located in Kilkenny city, close to the train and bus station, McDonagh Junction Shopping Centre, Nolan Park and in easy walking distance of all the main attractions in Kilkenny City, such as: Kilkenny Castle, The Design Yard, Rothe House and more. O’Gorman’s Pub is nothing less than a Kilkenny institution! Situated at the top end of John Street, it’s also known as “The Kilkenny House”.
Home to the South East’s only in-house wood smoking oven, a new concept in food will offer the fusion of traditional American South West favorites with the sophistication of New Orleans French Quarter signature.
Pennefeather Café is in the heart of Kilkenny City. It is located over the Book Centre on the High Street. It is a well-established daytime café a favourite with locals and tourists alike. Wide variety of freshly baked breads and cakes.
They combine medieval Kilkenny with what is best in our city's dining and evening entertainment today. It's unique location on the Butterslip, one of the busiest tourist routes in the city and its modern Irish and European cuisine
The Rafter Dempseys is an olde world city centre bar that offers all visitors a very warm welcome to match its wonderful open fire. A cosy atmosphere is accompanied with attention to detail and great service. Live music at weekends.
Italian restaurant, opposite Kilkenny Castle, Chef-Prop Antonio Cavaliere, Multi award winning chef, specialising in his native Italian cuisine, with probably the largest range of imported Italian wines in our amazing wine cellar.