Restaurants Kilkenny - Eating & Drinking Kilkenny
If you want to experience the true spirit of Kilkenny, take the time to enjoy the food that comes from its rich landscape and is crafted with care by the people who live here. Below you will find a wide choice of restaurants in Kilkenny to choose from along with a host of bars, wine bars and cafes. Eating and drinking in Kilkenny doesn't get much better than this.
Kilkenny is a celebration of quality food makers, restauranters, café/bar-owners and retailers whose passion and personality shines through, making Kilkenny a wonderful journey of discovery for people who love great food and warm hospitality.
Enjoy your meal in Kilkenny, Bon appétit!
The Newpark Hotel has been a popular choice with local people for generations renowned for its warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy the contemporary setting of our Scott’s Bar & Brasserie. Gulliver’s Restaurant is ideal place to eat and drink in Kilkenny and also caters for private dining.
Originally we could not find a single pesto that did not havesome filler, preservative or alternative ingredient in it. So we started making our own. An unadulterated pesto to an original Italian recipe.
Harpers Restaurant, one of the finest restaurants in Kilkenny City. Harpers brings casual urban dining, a stylish interior and lively bar scene to Kilkenny’s thriving culinary landscape. Visually Harpers is a combination of plush furnishings and chic décor that give the restaurant a modern yet sophisticated feel and is a great restaurant to eat and drink in Kilkenny.
Hibernian Bar is a casual dining alternative to Harpers and is open for morning coffee & scones, lunch, afternoon tea & cakes, an evening meal or simply a drink in the evenings.
Highbank Orchards is home to the original and innovative and multi award winning HIGHBANK orchard syrup. We also produce several delicious Apple juices, including our acclaimed Christmas organic mulling apple juice.
The Hole in the Wall, Kilkenny's renowned 16th century tavern. It is housed in the oldest surviving townhouse in Ireland - the 1582 Archer Inner House, 17 High St.
The club opens at 8.30pm every day. You don’t have to be a member to come in and enjoy a drink, have a game of darts or just watch TV. The members are a friendly bunch and there is always a good atmosphere
Steer your taste buds towards the irresistible little menu of our mouth watering homemade delights. Offering daily fresh scones made from old family recipe, baked in AGA cooker for the unique flavour & texture accompanied by homemade jams and cream