The Field in Kilkenny provided a refreshing lunch on a rainy afternoon.
The lamb stew I had went very well with a properly poured Stout.
Tynan's Bridge House Bar is reputed to be one of the oldest pubs in Kilkenny.
Our delightful server offered us copious choices of Irish Whiskey.
Early morning keg retrieval was common activity in every town.
Dingle, the only town on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry was hosting a food festival during our visit. We found seats in John Benny's Pub for a quick lunch of…
…Fish and chips. And a pint.
Murty Rabbitt's in Galway was the site of a dinner feast.
Seafood chowder and brown bread…
…and Shepherd's Pie.
…and a pint.
After dinner we headed down the street to An Púcán for music…
…and more pints and whiskey.
To be continued…
I'm enjoying your pics very much. And that fish-and-chips looks wonderful!ReplyDelete
Thanks Paul! Like the Guiness, they do fish & chips right. Oh, and the lamb stew, yum. :-)
Looks like some good daze...er... days were had! :-)ReplyDelete
Haha! It was indeed a grand adventure.Delete