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“Killarney Post Trips Inbox Profile Join Search J M Reidys, Killarney Europe Ireland Province of Munster County Kerry Killarney Killarney Restaurants J M Reidys J M Reidys Claimed Save Share 238 reviews #10 of 143 Restaurants in Killarney€€ - €€€, Irish, Bar, Pub 4 Main Street | Near the Osprey / Eagle statue, Killarney V93 CC82, Ireland +353 64 663 2546 Website + Add hours All photos (89) Ratings and reviews 4.5 238 reviews #10 of 143 Restaurants in Killarney RATINGS Food Service Value Food and ambience Local cuisine, Irish, Bar, Pub, Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options Great pub! Had the steak sandwich, really tasty! Best salad I've had Special Occasion Dining, Groups, Bar Scene It was very busy over Christmas but the bar can take it as it is massive! Loved the decor in the bar/restaurant including all the Christmas decorations. Location and contact 4 Main Street Near the Osprey / Eagle statue, Killarney V93 CC82 Ireland 4.0 km from Killarney National Park Website Email +353 64 663 2546 Does this restaurant have a wide entryway that would allow a wheelchair to pass?Yes No Unsure Details Improve this listing | Manage this business? ABOUT The 1870's were eventful years. Queen Victoria became Empress of India, the telephone was invented and J.M. Reidys was built on Main Street, Killarney. One of Killarney's most photographed buildings, J M Reidys re-opened under new management by the Sheahan family in 2017 following an extensive restoration and refurbishment project with the assistance of the preservation offers in Kerry County Council. The iconic building is home to the "sweetshop Pub" and offers character and charm with the unique features including, cozy snug areas, original bakery walls, cobble floors, old tills, weighing scales, original photos, ledgers and memorabilia on display. The revamp also incorporates a Cafe offering… SPECIAL DIETS Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options MEALS Lunch, Drinks CUISINES Irish, Bar, Pub FEATURES Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Table Service View all details Reviews (238) Write a Review Traveller rating Excellent161 Very good31 Average9 Poor6 Terrible11 Traveller type Families Couples Solo Business Friends Time of year Mar-May Jun-Aug Sep-Nov Dec-Feb Language All languages English (218) German (10) French (7) More languages Show reviews that mention Search reviews All reviews eggs benedict scampi scones salad nachos nooks and crannies sweet shop favourite pub the pub great selection of drinks trad music great music love this place last saturday friday night lovely atmosphere the main street 1 - 10 of 218 reviews RP-Netherlands Leidschendam, The Netherlands 565187 Reviewed 2 days ago bakery? pub? restaurant? all of those and more! This old building has been restored and despite the fact that is is actually pretty big, it is still cosy and comfy. The interior houses a bakery, coffee shop, bar and restaurant. We just went for a drink in the afternoon and were welcomed by...More Date of visit: April 2019 2 Thank RP-Netherlands padraig h Castleisland, Ireland 1927 Reviewed 4 days ago Most Amazing & Unique Pub in Ireland Wow Wow What a truly amazing and unreal pub in the heart of Killarney. Trying to find words to describe this venue is very difficult as its just out of this world. I had the pleasure of being there on Easter Sunday night for the...More Date of visit: April 2019 2 Thank padraig h TrionaRina 13 Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile Like nothing you’ve seen before! You enter Reidys through a narrow entrance to find cavernous drinking area after drinking area! Great atmosphere and a definite one-off spot! You have to visit! Date of visit: April 2019 3 Thank TrionaRina elyssam32 Washington DC, District of Columbia 10534 Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile Great Stop for Coffee We stopped in here on a tour headed to Dingle and it was excellent! We were able to sit outside to enjoy our coffee. The service and atmosphere are excellent. Highly recommend a stop here if you’re in Killarney! Date of visit: April 2019 3 Thank elyssam32 JKMGoodwin Chicago 12 Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile Killarney's Top Spot Whenever I am in Killarney I have stop here. Whether it is day or night the craic and banter can’t be beat. The staff and atmosphere, hands down the best. A stop at J.M. Reidys is a must on any trip to south of Ireland. Date of visit: April 2019 2 Thank JKMGoodwin CarmelH728 Cork, Ireland 112 Reviewed 1 week ago Great pub for music. Fantastic band playing when we visited Reidy's. It has a great atmosphere. We also ate there in the morning, sitting outside in the sunshine watching the world go by. Their coffee is excellent Date of visit: April 2019 Thank CarmelH728 Wiscostef Santa Monica, California 6528 Reviewed 1 week ago BEST for MUSIC We only had drinks and enjoyed the music here. Excellent place to finish up evening and relax. Crowd friendly but gets pretty busy by 10pm. Date of visit: April 2019 Thank Wiscostef philipwyn62 Bridgend, United Kingdom 32 Reviewed 1 week ago Best night ever We came to Reidys this morning and had Irish coffee,the weather was really bad,so this was a welcome break we needed.When we entered we were transported to another time,we were amazed by the decor,but service and coffee brilliant.As it was our last night in killarney,we...More Date of visit: April 2019 Thank philipwyn62 Amis25 Frankfurt, Germany 1412 Reviewed 1 week ago Best Pub Ever! One of the most relaxing and enjoyable pub visits ever. Very family oriented. Live music was exceptional. Service great. Just fun! Date of visit: April 2019 Thank Amis25 Ray M Roscrea, Ireland 32 Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile Very disappointed visit My wife and I brought our son and girlfriend to the pub tonight to have a pint to celebrate our sons 21st. We were sober but very disappointed when our son and girlfriend weren't allowed access because they weren't over 23. Is this legal?? I...More Date of visit: April 2019 Thank Ray M PreviousNext123456…22 Best Moderately Priced Restaurants See all Murphy Brownes Restaurant 236 Reviews €€ - €€€, Irish, International, European, Contemporary Celtic Whiskey Bar & Larder 559 Reviews €€ - €€€, Irish, Bar, European, Gastropub Bricin Restaurant 1,801 Reviews €€ - €€€, Irish, European Lord Kenmare's Restaurant 697 Reviews €€ - €€€, Irish, Seafood, European, Contemporary Cellar One at The Ross 492 Reviews €€ - €€€, Irish, European Uptown Restaurant 342 Reviews €€ - €€€, Chinese, Indian, Asian, Thai Hannigan's Bar and Restaurant 1,093 Reviews €€ - €€€, Irish, Bar, European, Pub Khao Asian Street Food 449 Reviews €€ - €€€, Asian, Thai Nearby Nearby HotelsSee all 38 nearby hotels Eviston House Hotel 914 reviews .09 km away Killarney Plaza Hotel and Spa 1,505 reviews .14 km away The Ross 1,028 reviews .16 km away International Hotel Killarney 2,718 reviews .18 km away Nearby RestaurantsSee all 210 nearby restaurants Farranfore Roadhouse Diner 16 reviews .02 km away Murphys Ice Cream 696 reviews .02 km away Quinlans Seafood Bar 1,636 reviews .06 km away Nearby AttractionsSee all 223 nearby attractions Irish Whiskey Experience 220 reviews .12 km away Peter Cox Photography Gallery 112 reviews .06 km away St. Mary's Church of Ireland 107 reviews .11 km away Lelawadee Thai Spa 5 reviews .02 km away Questions & Answers Ask a question See all 4 questions Jackie C Are you open today Thursday 1st march 1 March 2018| Answer Response from johnso2018 | Reviewed this property | I only went there, I don’t own it. Sorry. 0 Votes katmoore Would it be suitable for day afters of a wedding ? 21 January 2018| Answer Response from Robert C | Reviewed this property | Hi tuff question I’d say yes but depending on what your looking for cheers 0 Votes RITA H Is it wheelchair friendly? 8 January 2018| AnswerShow all 2 answers Response from Liam S | Reviewed this property | The left side of the front area might be.. hard to tell. But in general I would reckon no.. 0 Votes PreviousNext12 Is This Your Listing? Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more. Claim Your Free Listing © 2019 TripAdvisor LLC All rights reserved. Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Cookie consent | Site Map | How the site works * TripAdvisor LLC is not a booking agent and does not charge any service fees to users of our site... (more) TripAdvisor LLC is not responsible for content on external web sites. Taxes, fees not included for deals content. EXPLORE About Us Help Centre DO BUSINESS WITH US Manage Your Business Advertise Your Restaurant TripAdvisor Premium More Resources CURRENCY/REGION €EUR Ireland The 1870's were eventful years. Queen Victoria became Empress of India, the telephone was invented and J.M. Reidys was built on Main Street, Killarney. One of Killarney's most photographed buildings, J M Reidys re-opened under new management by the Sheahan family in 2017 following an extensive restoration and refurbishment project with the assistance of the preservation offers in Kerry County Council. The iconic building is home to the "sweetshop Pub" and offers character and charm with the unique features including, cozy snug areas, original bakery walls, cobble floors, old tills, weighing scales, original photos, ledgers and memorabilia on display. The revamp also incorporates a Cafe offering Speciality Coffee & Homemade Pastries (baked in-house daily in Mrs Reidys Kitchen), Brunch & Bites, Specialised Cocktail & Gin Bars and a Unique Fairy-Lit Cobbled Courtyard, providing Live Music Nightly from the best of local Irish musicians. CUISINES Irish, Bar, Pub SPECIAL DIETS Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options MEALS Lunch, Drinks FEATURES Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, ”
19 locals recommend
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“A must, little old barn turned to brewery out the back, great for a tour and enjoy a brew in the bar, maybe a whiskey , It also won Irish best whiskey bar 2015/16/17 ”
21 locals recommend
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“Live traditional music in the first bar and a disco in the inner bar. Really good for tourist. ”
11 locals recommend
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“Best Beer in Kenmare town, as well as a great selection of Irish eats. Not to mention live music most nights! ”
13 locals recommend
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“Murphy's Bar, Killarney is family owned and established in 1955. It was started by Peggy Murphy, the current owner's mother and is famous for its warm atmosphere and hospitality. It is the best pub in Killarney, frequented by locals and visitors. It is centrally located within easy distance of Killarney National Park. At Murphy's you will enjoy fun filled evenings of traditional music provided by our Sliabh luachra musicians, who play jigs, reels, polkas and slides.If you are lucky you might catch someone dancing a step or two. Murphy's is a well known sports bar and you are sure to find a match or sporting event being shown on our screen. Watch our Facebook page for details. We have a bar food menu serving all day. Breakfast is served to our guests and customers until 10.30am. Lunch is served from noon to 4.00pm and dinner from 4.00pm to 9pm. Murphy's serves delicious food cooked to perfection. Our fish is delivered daily from Dingle and we serve Kerry beef and lamb in all our dishes. If you are looking for a place to bring a group, Murphy's Bar will serve you. An exciting addition to Murphy's bar is Murphy's Whiskey House. We have a select range of fine Irish whiskeys and the staff are happy to make recommendations.To get the full experience of a traditional Irish pub in Killarney, it has to be Murphy's. Murphy's guest accomodation offers warm hospitality and comfort in the center of town. We are within a minutes walk from Killarney's main attractions and a short drive from Killarney National Park. ”
10 locals recommend
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“Great family pub for meeting people, everyone seems to have time to chat here + they do good pub grub”
8 locals recommend
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“Great Sea Food in a relaxed friendly environment. Featured in Lonely Planet’s Best of Kerry List. Suggested dish: The Hake Burger ”
13 locals recommend
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“More of an alternative choice of live music (blues/rock) during the weekend, some traditional music during the week but better to call first. Tel: 064 66 32689”
8 locals recommend
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“The atmosphere is second to none in town, if you are looking for fabulous food in an unbelievable setting this is it”
5 locals recommend
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“It's always friendly and they have live music two nights a week during summertime.”
5 locals recommend
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“It's cosy here. " The World's only Lord of the Rings themed bar". Live music 5 days a week in the summer. You can check by calling: 064 66 71605. They also serve food but can't comment. ”
2 locals recommend
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“Licensed since 1841 and has been in the hands o the O'Sullivan family since the beginning, the current owners being the fourth generation of the O'Sullivan's. Of particular interest within the Bar are the collection of still images form the Kalem movies, which adorn the walls of both the Bar and the Restaurant, evoking an exciting chapter of Beaufort's history.”
5 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“Great Pizza and Wine Bar for all the family to enjoy in a beautiful setting.”
5 locals recommend
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“Family run bar and restaurant, carvery lunch available till 3pm and evening restaurant upstairs ”
4 locals recommend
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“Katie Browns is in Ardfert, just a few minutes drive from Ballyheigue. It is a pub and restaurant and the food is fantastic. ”
5 locals recommend
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“A place where you will get to meet the locals. Serving food all year round. Large Garden which is great for the kids.”
8 locals recommend