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Stop for a pint.

Sweet little lady owner pours a pint with a smile. Small quiet pub on the main drag. Missed... read more

Reviewed 8 September 2017
Marshall, Illinois
via mobile
Favourite Pub in Ireland

I was looking for somewhere to have a pint and the moment I walked in the door I knew I had picked... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Melbourne, Australia
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8 Sep 2017
“Stop for a pint.”
6 Sep 2017
“Favourite Pub in Ireland”
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51 High Street, Killarney, Ireland
+353 64 663 0218
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Reviewed 8 September 2017 via mobile

Sweet little lady owner pours a pint with a smile. Small quiet pub on the main drag. Missed seeing the gran pour a pint from his step stool.

Thank Joenalice
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

I was looking for somewhere to have a pint and the moment I walked in the door I knew I had picked the right place. I was greeted by the little yorkie Ginny who was just adorable. The owners and locals were absolutely lovely, I...More

Thank CassandraK78
Reviewed 3 June 2017

We stopped in for a pint and stayed for a few. Joan and her dog "Ginny" were super welcoming and very hospitable. This was a warm, welcoming place and the regulars were a hoot. We'd definitely go back and strongly suggest dropping in for a...More

Thank Migal12
Reviewed 4 April 2017

My husband & I have been visiting Ireland for almost 2 weeks & have visited several pubs. All have been wonderful but we just happened to stop in at Jack C's in Killarney and were overwhelmed by the owner, Joan, her friendly, welcoming personality. Her...More

Thank dhueys2017
Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

It was raining out so I decided to pop into this bar until it died down. The owner was so friendly and amazing. I drank a pint of the local beer while we enjoyed a nice chat....she even offered for me to keep her umbrella!...More

Thank Cindy D
Reviewed 21 September 2016 via mobile

We were greeted at the door by the yorkie, Ginny, peaked in to find a small local pub and welcoming faces. Owner & bartender, Joan, is a delight! Also met a local "celebrity" and bought him a pint - of Guinness - of course!

Thank Tracy W
Reviewed 14 July 2016 via mobile

The pints served are great and the food is good with affordable prices.the decor is unusual and nice.would recommand

Thank arnaudmilan
Reviewed 11 July 2016

had a holiday in Killarney a couple of weeks ago and was made feel very welcome in Jack C's. Their little Ginny the dog was a great attraction and Joan ensured you were looked after.

3  Thank annehthr
Reviewed 11 June 2016

Best pub ever! Five stools, open since 1901, 5th Generation owner. Served by Joan who was truly the friendliest person we met in Ireland which is saying something! This is the quintessential Irish pub experience. You will leave having made new friends with everyone there,...More

2  Thank Nancy K
Reviewed 2 June 2016 via mobile

Family owned since 1901, This is a great local pub. Joan is friendly and welcoming, she made us feel right at home. Looks to be frequented by great local people- you will meet Sham if you go...stop in, say hi and get a pint.

2  Thank shahverdian
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21 September 2016|
Response from TheSchnackAttack | Reviewed this property |
Honestly I am not sure. I never saw any animals in any of the pubs or places we visited in Ireland. Sorry I wasn't any help!