Friendly people. Great seafood chowder. Nice pint. Dingle at its best. If you want a”Ireland” then this is for you.
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Friendly staff, had 20-25 min wait at 715 in evening. No problem, grabbed a pint or two. Say the four of us, note some of the daily specials were gone by this time. No problem, got some fish and chips that were very good. Desserts...More
We went for a late lunch/ early supper and we were very satisfied. Good offerings, even the kids were happy. Panini special, fish, chips, and pasta were all delicious. Nice clean atmosphere with wifi and bathrooms.
Spent 2 nights in Murphys BB last week. What a terrific place. Room lovely, comfy beds, good en suite. Breakfast very tasty, great choice. Eileen, the owner and all the staff just so friendly. Lovely food in Bar, and the best seafood chowder in Ireland....More
We were here 2 years ago when we popped in on a whim for lunch; and we returned this year purposefully when we found ourselves once again in Dingle. It’s a popular place during the lunch hours so we sat at the bar for our...More
We came in for a late lunch, and were not disappointed. The seafood chowder was great. The bangers and mash were tasty and filling. The beer was a good poor and cold. The service was a little chaotic, but it was starting to get busy....More
The bartending staff is exactly as you'd expect. Young guys, knowledgeable, have a 7 year old behind the bar working after school to get him started at ripe age. They know everyone. Ordered the fish stew and daily toasty. Let me tell you about the...More
Our meals were super delicious, the staff was very attentive and happy to make recommendations from the menu. After dinner, we walked around and returned to hear the band. The band was very entertaining. They sang both traditional and modern music and were a blast...More
We booked Murphys through a friend in Dublin and she didn’t let us down. Very clean and well appointed rooms and the selection and quality of food at breakfast was exceptional. The bar which opens onto the harbour could not be positioned better for exploring...More
A classic Irish pub. Loud, crowded, friendly....servers bustling around, bringing food to diners. Bartenders cracking jokes and interacting with customers. Just a great time.