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Tig Bhric

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Tig Bhric
An Riasc, Ballyferriter, Slea Head , Dingle Peninsula Co Kerry
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Tel: +353 66 915 6325

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Way west of Dingle town on the Slea Head scenic drive, Adrienne Heslin & Paul Lynch’s atmospheric pub has everything any visitor could hope to find - and more

Tig Bhric

Way west of Dingle town on the Slea Head scenic drive, this atmospheric pub has everything any visitor could hope to find - and more. There’s a little traditional shop at the front, selling groceries and local produce like free range eggs; a cosy bar with an open fire to gather round; simple wholesome food; traditional music and craic.


And more...not only are they supporters of the arts and have constantly changing (and some permanent) art and craft exhibits on show - but this is also home to the West Kerry Brewery, a microbrewery operated together with neighbouring publican Donal Kane from Tigh Uí Cathaín, Ballyferriter (see story).

Open: Wed-Mon, closed Tue. abbreviations
Last Updated: 24-03-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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