Pubs & Bars in 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.
Beaujolais is an exciting and sophisticated wine bar in the heart of Kilkenny City. We open Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights from 5pm. Sublime wines, tasty foods. A simple proposition that we think you'll enjoy.
Located in the heart of this medieval city, close to the railway station and the ruins of St John's Priory, Byrne's is a friendly family run pub. Popular with families and sports people, this pub offers outstanding service by the friendly staff.
Situated in the heart of Kilkenny's shopping area. Bollard's pub has been in the Bollard family since 1904. So while steeped in history and tradition, they offer a high standard of food, drink and service to suit all modern day requirements .
Brewery Corner is Kilkenny’s first and finest Craft Beer Bar. With a selection of over 100 craft beers on draught and in bottles. Brewery Corner also hosts some of the best live acts in the country on a regular basis in our music venue as well as garden parties, beer samplings an great food, fast.
Bridies is a stunning take on an old world bar and general store. Take a walk into the general store and purchase some excellent fine foods or a unique gift or perhaps you would like to stroll through the saloon doors into the bar itself.
Situated in an area known as "the Village" is Christy’s Bar, a family run business, which offers you the customer the chance to enjoy the traditional Irish Society along with all the trappings of modern technology for sporting events.
A warm welcome awaits you at the Glendine Inn. It is one of the oldest Pubs in Leinster. It has been a licenced tavern for over 250 years, and we are justly proud of the heritage of the premises.
Kyteler's Inn is a truly historic venue dating back to 1324 with an intriguing background - but you will have to visit to hear the whole story of witches & poisoned husbands! The menu reflects local, Irish produce and fare served with local beers.