Top Choice Brewery in Slea Head

West Kerry Brewery & Brick's Pub

Small-batch brews such Carraig Dubh porter and Riasc red ale use hand-drawn well water and botanicals such as elderflower, rosehip and blackcurrants from the brew-pub's lush gardens, which are strewn with sculptures…
Top Choice Pub in Dingle Town

John Benny's

A toasty cast iron woodstove, stone slab floor, memorabilia on the walls, great staff and no intrusive TV make this one of Dingle's most enjoyable traditional pubs. Glenbeigh oysters and Cromane mussels are highligh…
Pub in Dingle Town


One of Dingle's most traditional shop-pubs, stocking everything from wellies to bags of potatoes, Curran’s has nooks and crannies including original stained-glass snugs. Its Guinness is some of the best for miles ar…
Coffee in Dingle Town

Bean in Dingle

Coffee specialist Bean in Dingle commissions its own Brazilian, Ethiopian and Guatemalan blends from Cork roastery Badger & Dodo. There's a communal table and a handful of seats; arrive early before it sells out…
Pub in Dingle Peninsula

South Pole Inn

Antarctic explorer Tom Crean ran this sky-blue inn in his retirement. Now it’s a regular Crean museum and gift shop, as well as a cracking pub serving Dingle-brewed Crean's lager and explorer-worthy dishes (mains €1…
Pub in Dingle Town

Dick Mack's

Stars in the pavement bear the names of Dick Mack's celebrity customers. Ancient wood and snugs dominate the interior, which is lit like the inside of a whiskey bottle. Out the back there's a warren of tables, chair…
Pub in Dingle Town

Foxy John's

Foxy John’s is a classic example of Dingle's shop-pubs, stocking hardware and outdoor clothing alongside stout and whiskey. It even rents bikes (€15 per day).
Pub in Dingle Town

An Droichead Beag

Traditional music kicks off at 9.30pm nightly at this raucous, yellow-painted pub by the bridge, where the party often keeps going until the very wee hours.