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Kate Browne's Pub and Restaurant
Ardfert, Co. Kerry
Kate Browne’s Pub & Restaurant is a cosy, thatched cottage with open turf fires and traditional music. It is situated in the historic village of Ardfert, which boasts a beautiful cathedral. The pub is only 8 km from the bustling town of Tralee, and 3 km from the sandy Banna Beach in County Kerry.

Kate Browne’s Pub & Restaurant is a traditional style pub serving food in a relaxed and informal atmosphere in Ardfert, County Kerry. Brunch is served from 10am to noon with the daily menu available until 10pm. Specials are displayed on blackboards Monday to Saturday with an evening a la carte menu served on Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday menus are well priced and served from noon to 10pm.

The bar stocks a wide range of Irish craft beers, all wines are served by the glass, carafe or bottle and a choice of cocktails are also on offer. The food is fresh and local and the motto is to offer the customer a good choice and value for money.

Children are welcome and colouring books, crayons and children’s menus are provided. Kate Browne’s Pub & Restaurant has ample seating and parking is available.

Contact details
Main Street, Ardfert, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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