Ashes Bar & Restaurant Main Street, +353 (0)66 9150989. L-D daily. We enjoyed a fine three-course Early Bird fresh fish dinner in this cozy little spot. Some guest rooms are available upstairs.
Murphys Ice Cream This award-winning ice cream is served up in a bright little shop that provides the perfect spirit lift on a rainy day. The best local ingredients are used--including the wonderful rich milk from the rare, indigenous Kerry cow—and they make their own chocolate chips. Flavors include Dingle sea salt and Guinness, both of which I tasted, but I ultimately decided on my favorite--butterscotch.
O’Sullivan’s Courthouse Pub The Mall, +353 (0)66 9152853. Painted brilliant blue with red trim and touted as the newest old pub in Dingle, this cozy spot presents traditional Irish music nightly. It promises no television, no juke box, and no pool table--just great music. A turf fire warms things up, and a backbeer garden cools things down. It even has free Wi-Fi (but you won’t want it). We met a couple of Australian women here and had a good chin wag with them as they downed their Dingle gin and tonics and we sipped on Guinness. No food is served.
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updated August 29, 2015