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Listowel

Killarney

Farm Tours

Set your compass for Beal Lodge Organic Farm where Kate Carmody will treat you to an exciting personal tour of her farmhouse-cheese domain. Then take the scenic coast road to Sundaes Ice Cream Parlour in Ballybunion. Next stop should be Tralee Farmers’ Market, then Ballyseedy Home & Garden. Head south to sample the food style of the the recently-opened Food Hall in Killarney. Further south, brave traveler, to goldmedal winner Monsieur Benoit Lorge, le Chocolatier in Kenmare. Make sure you have booked Packie’s Food & Wine for dinner because. Great overnight rates available in the beautiful Sheen Falls Lodge,

Cheese-Making Site

Féasta Bia Tastings and new market experience

Ballybunion

Kenmare

homemade icecream tastings

Féasta Bia Chocolate Tastings with free glass of hot chocolate

Free Tea or Coffee with Sundae or Doughnut

Tralee

Kenmare

Tralee Farmers’ Market Launchlots of activity, tastings and balloons and fun

Féasta Bia Dinner

Ballyseedy Jam Café Féasta Bia Special Tastings

SATURDAY Oct 15th


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Organic Beal Cheese, Listowel

Ballybunion Ice-cream

Tralee Farmers’ Market

Visit the organic dairy farm at Beal Lodge and experience all the wonders of farm life from cheese making to clucking with the hens, ducks and geese and learning to grow your own veg.

A variety of 15 different sundaes made from homemade ice-cream are the real treat here in Ballybunion

Recently opened Tralee Farmers’ Market has a wonderful display of local produce for you to see and savour. Open 11am - 4pm

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Ballyseedy Garden Centre

The Markets, Killarney

Lorge Chocolatier

Fresh chicken, beef and pork are all Irishproduced and traceable from farm to fork. A skilled team of artisan bakers and chefs under the direction of Chef and Proprietor James Mulchrone make all Jam’s food whether sweet or savoury in our dedicated bakery situated in Kenmare.

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Packie’s Food and Wine In 1991 Maura Foley converted her “Uncle Packie’s" shop into a small Restaurant. The policy is fresh, fresh, fresh, fresh fish, and shellfish delivered daily, sharing the plate with the best organic produce. Martin Hallissey and his team continue this tradition, combining fine dining with the warm glow of Irish charm.

The recently-opened Killarney Market offers a wide selection of produce all under one roof. View the attractive hand-crafted gifts, and the tasty snippets from local cheese makers and bakers. The market organisers also impart a history of Irish Food workshops! - Open Saturdays

Benoit Lorge, award winning chef, creates high quality chocolates for gourmet shops and high class hotels and restaurants. The chocolates are handmade in Bonane, just 5 Km from Kenmare on the Glengarriff road and are distributed nationally.


Kerry Food Trail