Sponsored: Have A Fangtastic Halloween At Kirby’s Brogue Inn

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KIRBY’S Brogue Inn has undergone an eerie metamorphose to become Spook Central on Rock Street and the new Halloween Menu is not only family-friendly, it’s certain to make Mummies happy!

Everything on the famous, award-winning menu at Kirby’s Brogue Inn has been given a fang-tastic Halloween flavour.

Giant spiders have started to climb the exterior, skeletons, ghosts and banshees have taken up residence within the building and all that’s left now is for the management and staff to turn into zombies!

The owner of Kirby’s Brogue Inn, terrifying Kevin Cotter, said: “We’ve put a lot of time and imagination into making Kirby’s Brogue Inn the ultimate venue for a Halloween feast. Who doesn’t like to dress up and have a bit of fun? The Halloween midterm break allows families to pause after the first few frantic weeks back at school, go out for a delicious meal in a friendly atmosphere, before the panic before Christmas begins.”

The Halloween Menu includes a tasty selection of Scary Starters ranging from Dracula’s Golden Fried Button Mushrooms, Crazy as Hell Chicken Wings and Spooky Irish Oak Smoked Salmon to name a few.

After tucking into the Bloody Pomodoro Ciabatta, diners’ hair will stand on end with the morbid anticipation of devouring a Vampire’s 10oz Irish Fillet – just one of the devilish spooky steaks.

Little ghouls and boys throughout the greater Tralee area have been haunting their parents with demands to try the deathly desserts which have been created to scare away any after-dinner blues.

Kirby’s Brogue Inn is a landmark at the bottom of the Rock in Tralee for over 40 years serving the highest quality meat, fish and vegetables that are sourced from only the finest local producers, guaranteeing customers the very best flavour with every bite.

There’s live music in the bar throughout the winter months while bookings are now being taken for Christmas and New Year’s parties on 066 7181998 or check out all the menu offerings on the amazing new-look website www.TheBrogue.ie.

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