Crowley's Bar, Kenmare: A traditional pub
We were in the Coachman's Bar, chatting with the barman and his friend, and they were impressed that we had just been in Crowleys, because they "wouldn't go in there without a six shooter".It certainly wasn't as bad as all that, in fact it was quite nice. We had wanted a quiet pub to have a pint and Crowley's fit the bill pretty well. It was small and cozy and obviously not used to seeing tourists. It almost felt like that scene in a western were a stranger walks in to the saloon and everybody stops talking. It was such a nice pub, and we didn't let it bother us, though I could hear the locals talking about "Americae". The barman was nice and the pints were good. If you are looking for a traditional pub without the tourists, this is your place. The guys at The Coachman's said that Crowley's have music once in a while, though it's typically unplanned.