Open Hours: 12:30p-11:30p M-W, 12:30p-12:30a Th-Sa, noon-11p Su
As simple, unpretentious and unmistakably Irish as a pint of stout, Andrew Ryan's is always a pleasure to visit. Forget ... More
As simple, unpretentious and unmistakably Irish as a pint of stout, Andrew Ryan's is always a pleasure to visit. Forget the theme pubs, here's the genuine article: traditional music sessions reverberate through the pleasant wooden interior on weekend nights. What's more, its situation on Friary Street makes it an ideal place to start or finish a day's drinking. In a city spoiled for choice with pubs, Ryan's can proudly hold its own.
Atmosphere is cool laid back during the day with really friendly staff. I was there during the summer where I fell in love with Kilkenny. Ryans is the place to visit for fun, sun (in the beer garden) and the barmaids are pretty hot too.
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