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Kelly's Bar Cobh
Cobh, Co. Cork
Kelly's Bar Cobh is a welcoming bar in the vibrant heritage town of Cobh. A great venue to look out over Cork Harbour from the terrace, hear live music, watch sport, or just have a drink and enjoy the craic.

Located in the centre of the vibrant heritage town of Cobh, Kelly’s is a popular bar with a relaxed atmosphere and a warm welcome for locals and visitors alike. It is run by Tom Kelly and his team of friendly and professional staff, the bar caters for all tastes, from a morning coffee with a freshly made scone, to a lively party atmosphere on weekend nights.

There is live music regularly all year round, and every night during the summer months. A variety of local musicians and bands provide everything from traditional Irish music to contemporary music, and sometimes there might be an impromptu sing song too.

The bar has several big screens showing a range of sports and there is always a buzzing atmosphere when a match is on. Complimentary finger food is served for all major sporting events.

The outside terrace to the front of the bar has stunning views across Cork Harbour to the historic Spike Island and is an ideal spot to see the many visiting cruise liners passing by.

Free WiFi is available in the bar and in addition to the extensive range of beers, wines and spirits a selection of speciality coffees is also on offer.

It is a popular bar with the locals, and there is always plenty of good conversation and a bit of the traditional Irish craic.

Contact details
19 Casement Square, Kilgarvan, Cobh, Co. Cork, P24 Y560, Ireland
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