Best Contemporary restaurants nearby. Discover the best Contemporary food in Ballyheigue. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Contemporary restaurants near you.. Ballyheigue (/ˌbæliˈhaɪɡ/ BAL-ee-HYEG), officially Ballyheige (Irish: Baile Uí Thaidhg), which translates as "Tadhg's Town" in English, is a coastal village in County Kerry, Ireland. It is approximately 18 km (11 mi) north of Tralee on the R551. It is a scenic locale with many miles of beaches that connect to Banna Strand to the south, and Kerry Head to the north. It has an active community who run many events throughout the year including an annual summer festival in July.
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4 based on 534 reviews
Located on Cornmarket, in the Heart of Wexford Town, the Thomas Moore Tavern is one of Wexfords oldest bars. Beautifully restored, the Thomas Moore Tavern uses the very best of local and seasonal ingredients and serves lunch and evening meals in stylish s
As the title goes. Nice pub with a brilliant chatty and witty bartender. Didnât try the food but the menu was good and what came out for others looked great.
4 based on 76 reviews
The Red Kettle is a traditional old style coffee shop that prides itself on serving great quality fresh food for every order. Serving the best coffee in Wexford and a extensive range of teas to suit all tastes. Gluten free option are available.
This little cafe was just around the corner from my Airbnb. As I walked past, I decided it would be my choice for breakfast the first morning staying in Wexford. It was a good option for me.Though not on the menu, when I said I wanted something like the breakfast deal, but without the meat, the proprietor graciously offered baked beans and grilled tomato to replace the bacon and sausage. I chose coffee along with that as I wanted a taste due to the âBest Coffee in Ireland 2014â sign in the window. It was, in fact, very good coffee. (I normally opt for espresso when available.) It was strong and smooth without the bitterness to which so many common coffees are prone.There was a family dining together when I came in at late morning. The kids were being kids, and I cheerfully struck up a conversation after the children were picked up from their grandfatherâs care. This is a casual place where it felt appropriate to speak to a stranger. The other customer also roped the proprietor and another employee into our discussion of caring for children and peace in the home.There were obvious regulars who came and went while I ate. I very much enjoyed feeling a part of everyday local life during my visit to the Red Kettle cafe in Wexford, Ireland.Thank you so much for such a lovely review which captures everything we are about.We get a lot of tourists who make us a regular daily stop for the exact reasons you have outlined.Thanks again and hope you enjoyed you visit to Wexford
4 based on 252 reviews
Welcome to Nevilleâs Bar and Kitchen based in Fethard on Sea on the Hook Peninsula, County Wexford in the heart of Irelandâs ancient east. Nevilleâs Bar and Kitchen is a Failte Ireland family friendly award winning Gastro Pub and recipient of the Failte I
I am livid. Easter weekend I tried to dine here with friends. Was made to feel so uncomfortable from the minute we stepped inside. The manager was so unaccommodating, and split us into tables of two!? Said that he was doing us a favor to even sit us at all!! Absolute pig ignorance! Itâs so rare to find customer service as bad as this these days. So bad, that another customer - a local - who was leaving, came up to us and sympathized with the way we were treated, saying âthe way he spoke to us was unacceptableâ
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