Kildare’s food and drink culture is thriving. With restaurants, bars, gastropubs, micro breweries and cafes, the county is establishing itself as one of Ireland’s most exciting foodie destinations.
The places you visit can tell stories as interesting as the food itself. In Kildare, a day out can include a full Irish from a quiet little cafe, fish and chips from a canal-side bistro, a home-grown lunch in a scandinavian barn, or a gourmet picnic in the grounds of a castle. And an evening out, especially in our towns and villages, could take you anywhere from an oyster bar to a Michelin-starred restaurant, a country inn, a warm pub, or a family-friendly spot overlooking the canal. Don’t forget to enjoy a craft beverage—or two—along the way.
Here’s an idea: stop reading about all this incredible bounty, and come here and taste it for yourself.
Quality food and cakes in the unique setting of an 18th century stone farm buildings.
Located along the Grand Canal in Sallins, Lock13 is Kildare’s 1st Ever Brewpub.
Lively bar in the centre of Newbridge with live music sessions and all major sporting events on the big screen.
The ultimate destination venue. You can literally EAT, DRINK, DANCE, SLEEP on-site which has become the motto for this iconic pub.
Great wholesome food with a unique twist married with passionate and personal service.
Burtown House in Co. Kildare is an early Georgian House near Athy, with a charming 10 acre garden open to the public.
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