Killarney has a great nightlife scene. Whether you’re just looking to relax with a pint, or dance the night away, Killarney has a place for you.
Danny Mann’s might be the most crowded pub in Ireland. Irish bands play traditional music all night long.
Tatler Jacks features live music, good service, and attracts a great cross-section of the Irish population.
Stretford End Bar, run by a huge Manchester United fan, features walls covered with Man. United Squad pictures.
The Granary has live music including rock, traditional, and jazz on most nights during the summer. It also stays open later than most places.
Buckley’s in Killarney offers patrons truly authentic Irish music in a traditional setting.
Mustang Sally’s, a U.S.-style bar on Main Street caters to the American crowd.
The Crypt has a cool reproduction of Munch’s “Scream” painting as the carpet. Music ranges from chart to techno.
Check out Scruffy’s, right next door to the Crypt, for a mostly locals crowd.
The Shire Bar is a concept bar inspired by Lord of the Rings. It serves microbrews such as Frodo’s Lager, Bilbo’s Beer, and Gandalf’s Ale.
Cafe du Parc in the basement of the Grand Hotel has five different levels and live music every night.
The Kube, located in the basement of the Killarney Towers Hotel, plays loud thumping music to the wee hours of the morning. It’s usually too crowded for dancing.
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