MJ’s Diner is located within walking distance of Tralee Town Centre and Manor West Retail Park. We have plenty of parking spaces behind the Diner as well as additional parking spaces across the road in the Dunnes Stores car-park.

There is no other restaurant like MJ’s Diner in Tralee, the capital town of County Kerry and we are only 30 minutes from two tourism strongholds, Killarney and Dingle.

Tralee is an established tourism town and a major destination along the Wild Atlantic Way with miles of sandy beaches along Tralee Bay, scenic walking routes to suit all abilities and a spectacular 18-hole golf course all within touching distance of the town. Be sure to call in for a bite to eat once you’ve worked up an appetite!

We are a ball-kick away from Austin Stack Park and we are always ready to serve hungry football or hurling fans after watching their teams play in Tralee.

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How to get to MJ’s Diner

MJ’s Diner, Tralee is reachable by:

  • LAND – on the N7 from Dublin, N20 from Cork and N69 from Limerick
  • AIR – Kerry International Airport is only 18 km away providing daily flights to/from Dublin, UK and Germany and connections to/from USA, Australia and the Middle East (Cork and Shannon Airports are both only 90 minutes away)
  • RAIL – Tralee is also a destination on the Mainline Irish Rail Network from Dublin and Cork
  • SEA – Fenit Harbour and Marina on Tralee Bay is a magnificent berthing location for marine enthusiasts.

Full details of Tralee’s attractions, hotels, dining establishments and leisure amenities are available from  Tralee.ie.

In fact, Tralee is Ireland Best Large Tourism Town and a Gold Medal recipient in the prestigious Entente Florale Competition in 2014.

Whether you are a local or a visitor, or simply contemplating a visit to Tralee, a part of your travel itinerary must should include a bite to eat and refreshing drink, without delay, at MJ’s Diner.

There’s more to see at Tralee.ie both inside…The Aqua Dome, Siamsa Tire Theatre, Kerry County Museum, Tralee Bay Wetlands Centre, The Playdium, Kingdom Greyhound Stadium, Bowling Buddies, Blennerville Windmill Visitor Centre and Tralee Sports & Leisure Centre…and outside…Tralee Town Park, Banna Beach, Ballyseedy Wood, Páirc an Phiarsaigh, Kerry Camino/The Kerry Way Walk, Blennerville, Fenit Pier.

Famous for the Rose of Tralee International Festival, Tralee is an all-weather town, so if you’ve been to the beach, played a round of golf or finished a long day at work, a visit to MJ’s Diner is a must.