Across from The Ashe
Open Thursday – Sunday
Have you met our little brother, Roundy’s? Quirky, quaint, and quintessentially traditional neighbourhood bar across from The Ashe. In a county where football runs through the veins of the locals, Roundy’s is the namesake of 1930s Kerry footballer and legend Tim Roundy Landers.
Roundy’s is located on the corner of Brogue Makers Lane, which took its name from the from the bustling brogue-makers who lived and worked in the area. The ballad ‘Rose of Tralee’ was written about a local beauty Mary, a daughter of a local brogue maker who because of her beauty was known as The Rose of Tralee. The ballad was later the inspiration for the now The Rose of Tralee International Festival.
Roundy’s mixologists are passionate about cocktails and aren’t shy in telling you! Roll on in for great cocktails and fab sounds. Grab a corner for a drink and a board game or sit at the bar for a pint and a chat. Serving a range of bottled and draft beers, wine and cocktails. Nestled in one of the oldest areas of Tralee, a go to destination for locals and visitors for its atmosphere and vibes making it an ideal intimate gathering place for post work drinks, catch up cocktails, a secret date or a late night bash!