The Wild Atlantic Way is a very long route that covers the coastal and mountainous areas of Western Ireland. In the southwestern part of the route is County Kerry where you will find a few amazing restaurants that you must try.
When you’re in this particular part of the route, here are five of the best restaurants along the Kerry Wild Atlantic Way.
The Yummy Café Market in Tralee offers a relaxing haven to every weary traveler. The atmosphere is always calming and the restaurant is large enough to provide a quiet corner if you are looking for a nice, quiet meal. They offer a wide variety of cuisine such as Italian, Irish and café items with healthy, gluten-free, vegetarian, or vegan free options. If you’re looking for a relaxing meal on your trip along the Kerry Wild Atlantic Way, Yummy Café Market is for you.
D O’Shea’s Bar is one of the most popular restaurants in Sneem and for a very good reason. They provide locals and tourists some of the most authentic Irish and European meals in the area. Not to mention, the price of their menu items can’t be beaten by any other along the Kerry Wild Atlantic Way.D O’Shea’s also provides a lively atmosphere that truly offers an authentic slice of Irish culture. Make sure you enjoy a relaxing meal on your journey and stop by D O’Shea’s Bar.
O’Neill’s the Point Seafood Bar is located in Cahersiveen and is guaranteed to give you some of the best tastes of Irish cuisine and seafood on your trip. If you are looking for a place to grab a bite or pint (or both) along the Kerry Wild Atlantic Way, O’Neill’s is the right place to go. They offer a full lunch, dinner, even a late-night menu along with a full bar for when you just want a relaxing drink. Its seaside location provides a great view that pairs greatly with the light-hearted atmosphere of the restaurant. Make sure you get there early because it can fill up really quick!
Out of the Blue Seafood, located in Dingle, offers the best authentic European seafood along the Kerry Wild Atlantic Way. This restaurant serves up no-nonsense seafood that is some of the freshest in Ireland. They specialise is seafood dinners and create a culinary masterpiece on each of their orders. Despite serving primarily seafood, Out of the Blue also offers gluten free options so everyone can enjoy their incredible meals. Out of the Blue is beautifully situated on Dingle Harbour that will truly let you experience the Kerry Wild Atlantic Way.
Located in Kenmare, Mick and Jimmy’s is a must visit stop along the Kerry Wild Atlantic Way. This restaurant has such a wide variety of cuisine that it has something for everyone; the menu includes cuisines such as American, Mediterranean, Irish and European with vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options. Not to mention, the wonderful wait staff and atmosphere of the restaurant will make you feel so welcomed. Travelling can be stressful so if you’re looking for a nice place to grab a bite and relax, make sure you drop by Mick and Jimmy’s.When you arrive in Tralee, be sure to taste the finest and best coffee in Tralee and our Bookshelf Coffee House.
Paul O'Carroll is the owner of Bookshelf Cork and co-owner of The Bookshelf Kerry. As a barista he is in charge of all things coffee. When he isn't plotting new ways to create amazing new coffee, brunch or dessert ideas, he likes to explore the Wild Atlantic Way of Kerry and Cork. He also writes about what makes these amazing 2 counties special.
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