Tig Aine Cafe and Gallery

Tig Aine Cafe and Gallery

West of Dingle, Co. Kerry

Name

Tig Aine Café and Gallery

Address

Tig Aine Café and Gallery

Ballyferriter

Tralee

Co. Kerry

Tel: 00353 (0)66 9156214

Hours

Open daily from 11AM for lunch. In July, they will begin serving dinner in the café as well. They are expanding to open a new restaurant on the premises in August.

Web

www.tigaine.com

Email

tigaine@eircom.net

How to get there:

By car:

Located on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry. From Dingle, follow scenic Slea Head drive and pass the villages of Venry and Dun Chaoin. Two miles after Slea Head and one mile after Dun Chaoin you will turn a corner and see Sybil Head and the peaks of the Three Sisters behind with Mount Brandon in the background. Look for the blue Tig Aine Café and Gallery sign on your left.

If coming from the east through Ballyferriter, continue through the village. Stay on the main road for 4km. Immediately after the sharp left turn, look for the blue Tig Aine Café and Gallery sign on your right.

By bus:

From Dingle or Ballyferriter, take Bus Eireann #276, Monday and Thursday only. See www.buseireann.ie website for all current travel details and restrictions.

Description

Owned by weaver and painter, this is an idyllic setting for a quiet bite to eat and cup of tea. Cozy up inside, watching geese splash outside in puddles and descending rain. Or, if the sun is out, sit outside and view mesmerizing Clogher Bay and Three Sisters silhouettes.

Menu includes Irish Lamb Stew with brown bread, 14 euro. Homemade sandwiches, 3.50 euro. Homemade desserts include carrot cake and chocolate fudge pie. "Salads, vegetables, and herbs from our own garden," reads the menu. "Eggs from our hens as much as possible. All our fish is sourced locally. Our meat is 100% Irish and sourced on the Dingle Peninsula."

The gallery includes paintings and hand-woven scarves by artist Aine, and poetry and writings by author Micheál Ó Dubhshláine.

 

Written by Liz O' Malley - Summer of Travel 2007

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