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Pubs

Pubs

Kilkee's night life is legendary. With its relaxed informality and late night aura, the nightowl is well catered for. The pubs and lounge bars have regular music and sing song sessions ranging from Grand Opera to the latest pop. Talent competitions, traditional Irish nights, cabaret, dancing and pub theatre are all regular features of the entertainment scene. There are several modern night-clubs also in the town.

  • Fitzpatrick's

    Chapel St., KilkeeFitzpatrick's

    Tel 0876473522 - 065-9056244

    We are a family run business which incorporates Fitzpatrick’s Pub and Fitzpatrick’s Ocean View Accommodation. We are located on Chapel Street, which is just off the main street.  The beach and the prom are less than a minute’s walk from premises.

    We are one of the oldest family run businesses in Kilkee. It all started back in 1946 when George Senior and Bridie Fitzpatrick set up the business. Their family are still at the helm, and you are guaranteed a truly local welcome.

    The pub is a traditional one, featuring original stone walls. Add to that a splash of modern comforts; this gives the client a very nice experience. We provide a variety of music sessions on several nights a week during the holiday season. Details as advertised at the Pub. We are an open house, and all musicians are welcome to sing a song or recite a verse. If you need a venue for your own private session this is the place with a nice cosy atmosphere.

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  • Hickie's Bar

    Bay View, KilkeeHickie's Bar

    Tel 065 9056058

    Hickie's Bar is a lively, Traditional Irish bar with a blend of contemporary design. Hickies is a bar that offers guests true Irish hospitality, great service and the best entertainment with live music every Saturday night and six nights a week in the season. With 3 large screens all live sporting events are catered for. Enjoy the open fires, and meet the warm and friendly staff who will do everything to ensure your stay is a pleasant one.

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  • Keane’s Bar

    Lisdeen, KilkeeKeane’s Bar

    Tel 065 9056302

    When you step into Keane's, while the facilities are modern and comfortable, the atmosphere is one of stepping back in time. Situated 3 kms from Kilkee on the main Kilrush-Kilkee road (N67), it has grown from shop to pub, to restaurant, to function facilities and accommodation, all the while catering for local, national and international alike.

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  • Marrinan's

    19 O'Connell Street, KilkeeMarrinan's

    Tel 065 9056046

  • Naughton's Bar

    47 O'Curry Street, KilkeeNaughton's Bar

    Tel 065 9056597

    Naughtons bar is one of Kilkee’s most impressive bars and yet has maintained a personal touch which will never fail to make an impression on each and every customer.

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  • O'Mara’s

    12 O'Curry Street, KilkeeO'Mara’s

    Tel 065 9056286

  • Scott's Bar

    O'Curry Street, KilkeeScott's Bar

    Tel 065 9056061

  • Stella Maris Hotel

    Erin Street, KilkeeStella Maris Hotel

    Tel 065 9056455

    This intimate award winning hotel has been a popular destination for generations of visitors. You'll feel right at home as you step up on the spacious front porch. Exhale all your worries and breathe in your first full breath of rejuvenating sea air. The hotel is a stone's throw away from popular Kilkee Beach.Our aim is to provide a comfortable, relaxing holiday in one of the most beautiful parts of the country.

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  • The Central Bar

    O'Curry Street, KilkeeThe Central Bar

    Tel 065 9056103

    The Central Bar has been newly renovated with an extended bar. Our clientele covers all ages which contributes towards a lively atmosphere but for those requiring a quieter drink, we have a comfortable lounge area.
    In addition we offer customers guest accommodation and a hackney mini bus service.

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  • The Greyhound

    O'Curry Street, KilkeeThe Greyhound

    Tel 065 9056555

    ’Scuba Divers, Surfers, Fishers, Musicians and locals looking for fun gather at this old bar which is known by the delightful nickname 'the Skinny Dog'.’’ Lonely Planet Guide

    Established in the late 19th Century as a Bar and Chemist by The Collins family the building today stills displays the name and trades of its original owners. Although no longer a chemist, The Greyhound continues to dispense a warm hospitality to all, with the occasional cure continuing the life long tradition of times past.

    Recently The Greyhound has been establishing itself as an intimate off the beaten track music venue, with its ‘live @ the greyhound ‘ sessions attracting a wealth of original singer songwriter artists both  home grown  and from overseas to play at this seaside town.

    A friendly welcome always awaits you at The Greyhound, the kettle is always on with good company, friendly chat and the finest of drinks to relax, restore and rejuvenate.

    Just what the doctor ordered!!   

     

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