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#1 of 7 Food & Drink in Dingle Peninsula
They even have mixers on the table so you can make a proper drink if you are so inclined, which we really appreciated.
We didn't get to tour the distillery, but we did try the gin at the food festival and it is wonderful!
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#2 of 7 Food & Drink in Dingle Peninsula
Staff is friendly, and this will be the most laid-back drink you have on your trip.
Think our brass band could have tried to drink this bar dry....
#3 of 7 Food & Drink in Dingle Peninsula
Mark started with a fascinating talk about the history of Irish food, giving many insights into what has shaped modern day Ireland, mentioning both the good and the bad, and the effect this has had on the country'...
We first arrived and Muireann had tea and coffee and scones ready for us as she reviewed the history of food gathering and production in Ireland and the influences of all invaders.
West Kerry Brewery Ballyferriter
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#6 of 7 Food & Drink in Dingle Peninsula
A vibrant market selling some wonderful produce, food for the soul as well as the body.... along with freshly baked goods, pastries, local vegetables, pates and pies, sushi and crepes there is an array of crafts o...
#7 of 7 Food & Drink in Dingle Peninsula