In summer the Gap of Dunloe, a gloriously scenic mountain pass squeezed between Purple Mountain and Carrauntouhill (at 1040m, Ireland’s...
This tiny traditional pub with leaded-glass doors is one of Killarney's most popular haunts. Live music plays every night; good bar food...
Michael Treyvaud’s modish restaurant has a strong reputation for subtle dishes that merge trad Irish with seductive European influences....
8 High St · interesting places nearby
Smoke House information
One of Killarney's busiest restaurants, this always-crowded bistro was the first establishment in Ireland to cook with a Josper (superhot Spanish charcoal oven). Stylish salads include Dingle prawn, while the Kerry surf'n'turf platter – a half-lobster and fillet steak – is decadence on a plate. Brunch, served from noon till 3pm, includes eggs Florentine and Benedict.