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Cuisine: A La Carte, Irish, Public House
Price Point: Mains from €10 - €20

Named after an Irish-American moonshine facturer who was at one point the only female prisoner on Alcatraz, this heritage pub ticks all the boxes.

Right in the heart of Limerick’s medieval quarter, it’s the ideal pitstop before a match at Thomond Park or after a day exploring King John’s Castle. The main bar has to be one of the most atmospheric in the city with crooked wooden beams and ox-blood leather stools, and a recent renovation has left it feeling extra bright and cosy.

Join them for home-cooked food and local beers throughout the day, from a full Irish breakfast to classic slow-braised beef and stout stew. Golden crumbed brie wedges and sticky chicken wings dunked in blue cheese dip are a tasty way to kick things off.

Tipple your way through an enviable collection of Irish stouts and craft beers or sample the very finest local whiskies – the perfect way to mingle with locals in one of Limerick’s favourite pubs!

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Katie Dalys
12 Castle St, Castle Parade
Limerick V94 F7V7

Open Hours:
Mon - Thu 10:00 am - 11:30 pm
Fri - Sat 10:00 am - 12:30 am
Sun 10:00 am - 11:00 pm

Phone: +353 61 214 893

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Katie Dalys
Location: City Centre
Cuisine: A La Carte, Irish, Public House
Mains: €10 - €20

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We had a lovely evening last night at Katie Dalys, neither of us had been before and we were impressed with the old character of the pub and the seat we got beside the open fire. The waitress/bar lady serving us 'Bridget' was lovely and made us feel very welcome, playing with our daughter and making her a lovely baby bowl. We were served promptly and our food was no frills pub grub which was just what we wanted. We will definitely come back. Thanks again to Bridget

- dined at Katie Dalys on

Chris Ward

Food was wonderful. Staff were wonderful. What more can say. Would highly recommend!

- dined at Katie Dalys on

We had a lovely evening last night at Katie Dalys, neither of us had been before and we were impressed with the old character of the pub and the seat we got beside the open fire. The waitress/bar lady serving us 'Bridget' was lovely and made us feel very welcome, playing with our daughter and making her a lovely baby bowl. We were served promptly and our food was no frills pub grub which was just what we wanted. We will definitely come back. Thanks again to Bridget

- dined at Katie Dalys on

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