Landmark Tralee bar goes on the market

Simon Brouder

LANDMARK Tralee pub The Brogue Inn on Rock Street has this week been placed on the market. The well known Tralee bar and restaurant which was owned and run by the Kirby family closed suddenly in April after 36 years in business.

Kirby's Brogue Inn was opened in January 1977 by publican Bill Kirby and he was a much-loved figure behind the counter up to the time of his death in tragic circumstances in May 2008.

The restaurant, pub, and entertainment venue, which was a central landmark in Tralee until its shock closure, was placed on the market this week and the sale of the building is being handled by Tralee estate agents Sherry Fitzgerald Stephenson Crean of Denny Street.

Details of the price being sought have not been announced but it has been confirmed that the entire premises, described as being in excellent condition, will be sold with a full licence and all fittings and equipment.


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