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Billy Byrnes brings an intimate, cozy ambience that was an essence of Irish pubs traditionally. The rustic but flamboyant decor is amazing to enjoy the local craft beers and some finger food. They also serve coffee, hot drinks and beers from around the world. There's also an innovative bus-turned-restaurant called the Bula Bus, that gets a street food vibe and serves fast food cuisines of the world. Billy Byrnes has got a beautiful beer garden seating where smoking is allowed and there's a fireplace.
Relish local and international craft brews at the Brewery Corner. Not only does the brewpub have a variety of local craft brews on tap, but Brewery Corner also hosts live music events by local artists. The nights where there are no performances scheduled, the energy level of this pub is still kept high by the in-house or visiting DJs. There is also a wide-ranging variety of food served throughout the day for patrons who begin to feel the hunger pangs after a while. If you are looking for a fun-filled night, head to Brewery Corner for a great time.
Kyteler's Inn is an excellent example of a medieval tavern and dates back to 1324. The pub takes its name from a local Kilkenny woman, Dame Alice Kyteler, who married four times and was convicted of practicing witchcraft in the same year. Tastefully restored, the pub's traditional interior with timber floors, wooden tables and an open fire makes for an excellent atmosphere. The Irish stew comes highly recommended.