The Shebeen is a friendly, family-run licenced bar where you’ll always meet a member of the family and receive the warmest of welcomes. A traditional Irish pub with a relaxed atmosphere it has occupied a central site in Listowel for over 100 years. A …5 Lower William Street, Listowel, Co. Kerry
A popular pub among the local community, it provides a relaxed and friendly venue for an evening out and hosts a range of social and charitable events throughout the year. The New Kingdom has six screens in its comfortable bar and offers Big Screen c …85 Church Street, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland
Located in one of Listowel’s more unusual historic buildings Con Dillon’s offers a relaxed atmosphere which appeals to a mixed crowd. Horse Racing is popular throughout the week and there is also big screen coverage of all the big GAA games on Setant …20 Lower William Street, Listowel, Co Kerry.
The following piece is from Hotpress Magazine October 2019 Mike The Pies -The Secret Behind The Listowel Venue’s Success Aiden O’Connor, the owner of Mike The Pies in Listowel, reveals the secrets behind the staggering success of his award-winning li …Mike the Pies, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland
Enjoy its lively atmosphere,with a varied mix of patrons across all age ranges, and live music especially during Bank Holiday weekends. Brosnan’s host a session of Traditional Irish Music on days when the Horse Fair comes to town! There are Fruit Mac …37 Market Street, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland
The bar bearing his name, located in his former home and owned by son Billy, remains a hugely vibrant part of the town’s social, sporting and literary life! Billy is also a writer and hosts the Summer Pub Theatre in the bar along with his fellow acto …37 William Street, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland
Big on Sports, it is a great venue to stop for Sky TV and Setanta broadcasts of all the big Races and Games! Now owned by Jet’s son, Eamonn O’Carroll, the family sponsors the Jet O’Carroll Memorial Race at the Listowel Race Meeting in September. Fram …32 Lower William Street, Listowel, Co. Kerry
A family-run pub for over 100 years you’re guaranteed a good pint to accompany the lively atmosphere and mellow rock soundtrack which keeps the patrons toes tapping of a winter’s evening. No food – strictly booze. But there’s Sky Sports, Wi-Fi intern …10 Lower William Street, Listowel, Co Kerry.
Christy’s Bar opened in 1995 around the same time that the renovation of the town square discovered an historic well. A busy and popular bar since, a grand night out in Listowel is as likely to finish in The Well as anywhere else! Located on the corn …Christy's, The Square, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland
For the unmistakable buzz of good times being had check out this cool Irish bar on Lower William Street. Don’t look for the jukebox – the management reserve the right to keep an excellent rock and indie soundtrack flowing. Music is the big thing in K …9 Lower William Street, Listowel, Co. Kerry
This long-established and lively bar was once offered by Guiness as the prize for the best poem written about the olde Liffey Water. The competition was won by an American who kept the pub for 18 months before its current owners, the Costelloe’s, ret …12 Upper William Street, Listowel, Co. Kerry
Established 18 years Allo’s Bar & Bistro is Michelin and Bridgestone Guide recommended and was awarded the Irish Restaurant’s Association’s Kerry Gastropub of the Year Award in both 2010 and 2011. “It is the type of contemporary, self-confident I …Allo's Restaurant, Bar and Bistro, Church Street, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland
Under new ownership since 2013, landlord Terry Dunne is otherwise a passionate and committed member of the Dirty Dozen MCC motorcycle club. The bar has undergone a thorough renovation and Terry has installed new taps and replaced the chilling and coo …12 Church Street, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland