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Guidebook for Cork

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Guidebook for Cork

Arts & Culture
The history of St. Peter’s Church dates back to 1,270 when King Henry III granted patronage of the church to the Bishop of Cork. St. Peter’s church was deconsecrated in 1949. The building remained dilapidated until 1988 when Cork City Council took on the task of restoring this historic building as a public cultural facility. In 2016 the facility management company LeisureWorld were awarded the management contract for St. Peter’s to be operated for 2016 as Cork’s Centre of Commemoration for the 1916 centenary programme. It now hosts varied exhibitions & displays which change periodically. It is also home to Portafilter Cafe, worth the visit for their great coffee alone.
St. Peter's Cork
The history of St. Peter’s Church dates back to 1,270 when King Henry III granted patronage of the church to the Bishop of Cork. St. Peter’s church was deconsecrated in 1949. The building remained dilapidated until 1988 when Cork City Council took on the task of restoring this historic building as a public cultural facility. In 2016 the facility management company LeisureWorld were awarded the management contract for St. Peter’s to be operated for 2016 as Cork’s Centre of Commemoration for the 1916 centenary programme. It now hosts varied exhibitions & displays which change periodically. It is also home to Portafilter Cafe, worth the visit for their great coffee alone.
A five-minute walk from the apartment, art-lovers may like to take in this regional museum dedicated to the visual arts, both historic and contemporary. The gallery receives in excess of 200,000 visitors per annum and hosts a range of permanent exhibitions including 18th-century European and Irish sculpture, a collection of Greek and Roman sculpture casts, and contemporary video installations. The collection has grown steadily, particularly in recent years, and now houses more than 2,500 items. A popular café is on the ground floor. Hours: Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm (Thursday late opening 8pm), closed Sunday Admission: Free
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Crawford Art Gallery
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A five-minute walk from the apartment, art-lovers may like to take in this regional museum dedicated to the visual arts, both historic and contemporary. The gallery receives in excess of 200,000 visitors per annum and hosts a range of permanent exhibitions including 18th-century European and Irish sculpture, a collection of Greek and Roman sculpture casts, and contemporary video installations. The collection has grown steadily, particularly in recent years, and now houses more than 2,500 items. A popular café is on the ground floor. Hours: Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm (Thursday late opening 8pm), closed Sunday Admission: Free
Theatre
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Cork Opera House
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Theatre
Theatre
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The Everyman
15 MacCurtain Street
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Theatre
Parks & Nature
Named after Edward Fitzgerald, the city's Lord Mayor who organized Cork's International Exhibition in 1902, Fitzgerald Park is a tranquil oasis on the outskirts of Cork city. It still features the original pavilion and ornamental fountain from the era. In the gardens here, visitors will find Cork Public Museum, a cafe, sculptures, a skate park, and a water-lily pond. Picturesque Daly's Bridge, built in 1926 and known locally as the "Shaky Bridge," connects to Sundays Well Road. Hours: Museum - open 11am-4pm, closed for lunch 1pm-2.15pm Admission: Free
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Fitzgerald Park
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Named after Edward Fitzgerald, the city's Lord Mayor who organized Cork's International Exhibition in 1902, Fitzgerald Park is a tranquil oasis on the outskirts of Cork city. It still features the original pavilion and ornamental fountain from the era. In the gardens here, visitors will find Cork Public Museum, a cafe, sculptures, a skate park, and a water-lily pond. Picturesque Daly's Bridge, built in 1926 and known locally as the "Shaky Bridge," connects to Sundays Well Road. Hours: Museum - open 11am-4pm, closed for lunch 1pm-2.15pm Admission: Free
Regularly featuring as one of Ireland's must-see attractions this 70-acre wildlife park, which opened in 1983, is an easy 17 kilometer drive east from Cork City. As much as is possible, animals are free to roam and visitors can observe and interact with them in a natural environment. For example those taking a well-earned break may be joined at their picnic table by ring-tailed lemurs (although of course they should not be fed) and giraffes wander freely in the central enclosure. Unlike many safari parks Fota is not a drive-through experience. On that, a word of warning, it's a lengthy walk around the park, and to get the most from it, at least half a day should be put aside for a visit.
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Fota Wildlife Park
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Regularly featuring as one of Ireland's must-see attractions this 70-acre wildlife park, which opened in 1983, is an easy 17 kilometer drive east from Cork City. As much as is possible, animals are free to roam and visitors can observe and interact with them in a natural environment. For example those taking a well-earned break may be joined at their picnic table by ring-tailed lemurs (although of course they should not be fed) and giraffes wander freely in the central enclosure. Unlike many safari parks Fota is not a drive-through experience. On that, a word of warning, it's a lengthy walk around the park, and to get the most from it, at least half a day should be put aside for a visit.
Sightseeing
Enjoy the Unique experience of Ringing the world famous Shandon Bells from the first floor. Climb 132 steps and see spectacular 360 degree views of the city at 36.65m/120ft. View the internal workings of the clocks, the ‘Four Faced Liar’ and see the 18th Century bells in the Belfry. Unwind and be at peace in the beautiful surrounds of St. Anne's Church - one of the oldest churches in the city built in 1722.. Easy to find-just look for the goldfish in the sky!!
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Shandon
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Enjoy the Unique experience of Ringing the world famous Shandon Bells from the first floor. Climb 132 steps and see spectacular 360 degree views of the city at 36.65m/120ft. View the internal workings of the clocks, the ‘Four Faced Liar’ and see the 18th Century bells in the Belfry. Unwind and be at peace in the beautiful surrounds of St. Anne's Church - one of the oldest churches in the city built in 1722.. Easy to find-just look for the goldfish in the sky!!
5 Reasons to visit the 5-pointed star-fort *Enjoy the fantastic views of Cork City from the fort walls. *Use this viewing point to get an understanding of where and how the city developed. *Take a tour to learn about some of the major events in the history of the fort and city. *Make use of some great photo opportunities with the stocks, soldiers and more. *Explore the fort and imagine life as a soldier at the fort hundreds of years ago.
Elizabeth Fort
5 Reasons to visit the 5-pointed star-fort *Enjoy the fantastic views of Cork City from the fort walls. *Use this viewing point to get an understanding of where and how the city developed. *Take a tour to learn about some of the major events in the history of the fort and city. *Make use of some great photo opportunities with the stocks, soldiers and more. *Explore the fort and imagine life as a soldier at the fort hundreds of years ago.
In the heart of Cork City and with an eye-catching fountain at its centre, this quirky roofed food market has been trading since 1788. Under the possession of the Cork City Council, it's one of the world's oldest municipal markets. Artisan breads, fruit, and freshly caught seafood are just some of the specialities on offer. In recent years, the market gained worldwide fame when Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain dropped by on her first ever state visit to the Republic of Ireland in 2011. In addition to a wide range of produce, visitors can grab a coffee here or sample local fare at Farmgate Restaurant. Hours: Open 8am-6pm Monday to Saturday, closed Sundays and bank holidays
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The English Market
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In the heart of Cork City and with an eye-catching fountain at its centre, this quirky roofed food market has been trading since 1788. Under the possession of the Cork City Council, it's one of the world's oldest municipal markets. Artisan breads, fruit, and freshly caught seafood are just some of the specialities on offer. In recent years, the market gained worldwide fame when Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain dropped by on her first ever state visit to the Republic of Ireland in 2011. In addition to a wide range of produce, visitors can grab a coffee here or sample local fare at Farmgate Restaurant. Hours: Open 8am-6pm Monday to Saturday, closed Sundays and bank holidays
A leisurely 11-minute walk from the apartment takes you to this Anglican Cathedral. The eye-catching structure in French Early Gothic style was designed by William Burges and consecrated in 1870. It's situated on a site where Christian worship has been taking place since the 7th century. By its completion, in excess of £100,000 was spent on the building, an enormous amount of money at the time. Prior to the re-design a more modest Georgian style building and bell tower stood in its place. The interior is richly decorated with fine mosaics in the choir and sumptuous artwork in the chancel.
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Saint Fin Barre's Cathedral
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A leisurely 11-minute walk from the apartment takes you to this Anglican Cathedral. The eye-catching structure in French Early Gothic style was designed by William Burges and consecrated in 1870. It's situated on a site where Christian worship has been taking place since the 7th century. By its completion, in excess of £100,000 was spent on the building, an enormous amount of money at the time. Prior to the re-design a more modest Georgian style building and bell tower stood in its place. The interior is richly decorated with fine mosaics in the choir and sumptuous artwork in the chancel.
Another one of Cork city's must-do's, the atmospheric and historic City Gaol, which opened in 1824 and closed in 1923. Originally the prison housed both male and female prisoners who committed crimes within the city borders. In 1878, the City Gaol became an all female prison, which it remained until men opposed to the 1920 Anglo-Irish Treaty were incarcerated there in 1922-1923. The complex then deteriorated until its restoration and re-opening to the public as a tourist attraction in 1993.
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Cork City Gaol (Museum)
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Another one of Cork city's must-do's, the atmospheric and historic City Gaol, which opened in 1824 and closed in 1923. Originally the prison housed both male and female prisoners who committed crimes within the city borders. In 1878, the City Gaol became an all female prison, which it remained until men opposed to the 1920 Anglo-Irish Treaty were incarcerated there in 1922-1923. The complex then deteriorated until its restoration and re-opening to the public as a tourist attraction in 1993.
A ten-kilometre road trip northwest from Cork city takes you to one of Ireland's most talked about attractions, Blarney Castle, home to the world famous Blarney Stone, which is said to instantly give those who kiss it the Irish 'gift of the gab.' Built more than six centuries ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftains, Cormac MacCarthy, the castle attracts millions of tourists from around the world. The famous stone is found at the top of the tower. Beautiful gardens surround the castle, and there's a range of activities and events year round.
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Blarney Castle
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A ten-kilometre road trip northwest from Cork city takes you to one of Ireland's most talked about attractions, Blarney Castle, home to the world famous Blarney Stone, which is said to instantly give those who kiss it the Irish 'gift of the gab.' Built more than six centuries ago by one of Ireland's greatest chieftains, Cormac MacCarthy, the castle attracts millions of tourists from around the world. The famous stone is found at the top of the tower. Beautiful gardens surround the castle, and there's a range of activities and events year round.
Initially conceived in the early 18th century by wealthy merchants, this has remained Cork's main shopping hub. An easy couple-of-minute's stroll from The English Market and known locally as "Pana" the broad, curving street boasts many fine shops including upmarket department store Brown Thomas. Shopping, is one thing, but the citizens of Cork are a sociable bunch and, particularly during fine weather, visitors will see groups of friends and family simply chatting and passing time. Various architectural styles reflect change over the past two hundred years or so. Dating from 1786, and rebuilt on several occasions since then, St. Patrick's Bridge abuts the thoroughfare.
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St Patrick's St
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Initially conceived in the early 18th century by wealthy merchants, this has remained Cork's main shopping hub. An easy couple-of-minute's stroll from The English Market and known locally as "Pana" the broad, curving street boasts many fine shops including upmarket department store Brown Thomas. Shopping, is one thing, but the citizens of Cork are a sociable bunch and, particularly during fine weather, visitors will see groups of friends and family simply chatting and passing time. Various architectural styles reflect change over the past two hundred years or so. Dating from 1786, and rebuilt on several occasions since then, St. Patrick's Bridge abuts the thoroughfare.
Shopping
Bradley’s, is not just a classic shop: it is an essential and unmissable part of the food and hospitality culture of Cork city. It's the first port of call for every artisan and craft brewer who is making something new in Ireland. The array of Irish – and international – craft beers, for example, is peerless. But there is so much more to Bradley's than just beers: the wine and spirit selection is superb, with possibly Cork's finest selection of Irish whiskies. The food and fresh food selection is superb, and service is just right!
Bradley's Specialist Off-Licence & Foodstore
81 N Main St
Bradley’s, is not just a classic shop: it is an essential and unmissable part of the food and hospitality culture of Cork city. It's the first port of call for every artisan and craft brewer who is making something new in Ireland. The array of Irish – and international – craft beers, for example, is peerless. But there is so much more to Bradley's than just beers: the wine and spirit selection is superb, with possibly Cork's finest selection of Irish whiskies. The food and fresh food selection is superb, and service is just right!
Food Scene
Paradiso has long attracted international acclaim for the innovative & groundbreaking vegetable cuisine of Denis Cotter. Emphasis on rich,complex flavours & focus on seasonal ingredients,the Paradiso kitchen delivers an exciting and pleasurable dining experience, putting vegetables front and centre. This unique food is matched by a carefully curated winelist, all open and available in four measures. Now something of an iconic institution in the Cork dining scene and the wider Irish food culture, Paradiso is operated by co-owners Denis Cotter and Ger O’Toole. It continues to evolve and develop, working with local farmers and cheesemakers to allow a strong supply of local produce to influence.
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Paradiso
16 Lancaster Quay
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Paradiso has long attracted international acclaim for the innovative & groundbreaking vegetable cuisine of Denis Cotter. Emphasis on rich,complex flavours & focus on seasonal ingredients,the Paradiso kitchen delivers an exciting and pleasurable dining experience, putting vegetables front and centre. This unique food is matched by a carefully curated winelist, all open and available in four measures. Now something of an iconic institution in the Cork dining scene and the wider Irish food culture, Paradiso is operated by co-owners Denis Cotter and Ger O’Toole. It continues to evolve and develop, working with local farmers and cheesemakers to allow a strong supply of local produce to influence.
At Liberty Grill, they serve brunch, lunch or dinner. The restaurant uses fresh, locally-sourced ingredients to prepare dishes with mostly New England influences. From their all-day brunch serving classics like Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine, to their lunch and dinner menus with a choice of burgers, salads and steaks. The menus feature a selection of dishes suitable for vegetarians & vegans, along with seafood dishes sourced from the nearby Cork English Market which change regularly with the seasons.
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Liberty Grill
32 Washington St
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At Liberty Grill, they serve brunch, lunch or dinner. The restaurant uses fresh, locally-sourced ingredients to prepare dishes with mostly New England influences. From their all-day brunch serving classics like Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine, to their lunch and dinner menus with a choice of burgers, salads and steaks. The menus feature a selection of dishes suitable for vegetarians & vegans, along with seafood dishes sourced from the nearby Cork English Market which change regularly with the seasons.
A delightful, relaxed daytime venue, Café Gusto continues a long tradition of selling coffee at 3 Washington Street. The site was converted to a café from an antique shop in the summer of 1941, when the O’Brien family took up the lease at a rent of £11 per month. Not only was their coffee renowned but also their ice cream was every kid’s dream, especially when made up into their divine birthday cakes. On taking over the lease in autumn of 1999, Marianne & Denis transformed it using the best local designers and craftsmen to provide a perfect backdrop for customers to enjoy their food and drink.
Café Gusto
3 Washington St
A delightful, relaxed daytime venue, Café Gusto continues a long tradition of selling coffee at 3 Washington Street. The site was converted to a café from an antique shop in the summer of 1941, when the O’Brien family took up the lease at a rent of £11 per month. Not only was their coffee renowned but also their ice cream was every kid’s dream, especially when made up into their divine birthday cakes. On taking over the lease in autumn of 1999, Marianne & Denis transformed it using the best local designers and craftsmen to provide a perfect backdrop for customers to enjoy their food and drink.
Myo Cafe is a small cafe on Pope's Quay in Cork City, nestled in the shadow of the Shandon bells. They serve tasty organic coffee, a wide selection of loose-leaf and herbal teas including yerba maté. They stock a select range of cakes and treats made exclusively for Myo. As savoury bites they offer wholesome sandwiches and soups daily. Some of their products are gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan - all made with love!
Myo Cafe
34 Popes Quay
Myo Cafe is a small cafe on Pope's Quay in Cork City, nestled in the shadow of the Shandon bells. They serve tasty organic coffee, a wide selection of loose-leaf and herbal teas including yerba maté. They stock a select range of cakes and treats made exclusively for Myo. As savoury bites they offer wholesome sandwiches and soups daily. Some of their products are gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan - all made with love!
Cornstore offers a casual, warm and lively dining experience, complete with a great wine & cocktail bar. The Cornstore Restaurant specialises in great steaks, quality locally sourced seafood and award winning infused cocktails. Whether you are dining with friends, family or work colleagues, the Cornstore is the perfect choice for quality food in a great atmosphere.
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The Cornstore Restaurant
40A Cornmarket St
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Cornstore offers a casual, warm and lively dining experience, complete with a great wine & cocktail bar. The Cornstore Restaurant specialises in great steaks, quality locally sourced seafood and award winning infused cocktails. Whether you are dining with friends, family or work colleagues, the Cornstore is the perfect choice for quality food in a great atmosphere.
Having been in business for 30 years, they have built up a great network of growers & suppliers, giving them access to the best raw ingredients in Cork. Their aim is to serve simple fresh Cork food, bursting with flavour, in a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Cork beef, lamb, fresh fish, wild-game in season and wonderful local cheese. As with their food they source their wine from small independent wine makers. Jacques Restaurant is located at the heart of Cork City near the G.P.O. We are open Monday 10am - 4pm and Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 10pm. We do lunch from 12pm - 4pm, side plates and tapas from 5pm to 10pm and our evening dinner menu is available between 6pm and 10pm.
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Jacques Restaurant
23 Oliver Plunkett St
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Having been in business for 30 years, they have built up a great network of growers & suppliers, giving them access to the best raw ingredients in Cork. Their aim is to serve simple fresh Cork food, bursting with flavour, in a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Cork beef, lamb, fresh fish, wild-game in season and wonderful local cheese. As with their food they source their wine from small independent wine makers. Jacques Restaurant is located at the heart of Cork City near the G.P.O. We are open Monday 10am - 4pm and Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 10pm. We do lunch from 12pm - 4pm, side plates and tapas from 5pm to 10pm and our evening dinner menu is available between 6pm and 10pm.
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30am to 5:00pm (to 6pm on Fri/Sat) 19 Caroline Street, Cork. Just Behind Brown Thomas. No Phone. No Reservations. Just Ireland's Best Café 2013.
Idaho
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30am to 5:00pm (to 6pm on Fri/Sat) 19 Caroline Street, Cork. Just Behind Brown Thomas. No Phone. No Reservations. Just Ireland's Best Café 2013.
The Coal Quay Saturday Food Market takes place in the surroundings of the Coal Quay Plaza every Saturday from 8.30am. It has established itself as an important and well-loved feature of Cork city life. It’s a real farmer’s market, with locally produced chemical free Vegetables, Flowers, west Cork Fish, Eggs, Bread, Cakes & Buns, Cheese, Hot Miso soup, Chilli sauce, Jams, spiced Beef, hot Crepes, Kebabs and there’s hot drinks, live music & much more.
Cornmarket St
The Coal Quay Saturday Food Market takes place in the surroundings of the Coal Quay Plaza every Saturday from 8.30am. It has established itself as an important and well-loved feature of Cork city life. It’s a real farmer’s market, with locally produced chemical free Vegetables, Flowers, west Cork Fish, Eggs, Bread, Cakes & Buns, Cheese, Hot Miso soup, Chilli sauce, Jams, spiced Beef, hot Crepes, Kebabs and there’s hot drinks, live music & much more.
Located in the heart of Ireland’s oldest and most historic food market,with an industrious exciting view overlooking stalls and fellow traders,Farmgate Café embraces much of what is unique and traditional to Cork along with new influences in this dynamic multicultural food market.Centuries old traditional, seasonal, regional,even ‘forgotten’ foods are at the core of the Farmgate ethos & also form a visible link between the menu and the wonderful arrray of produce downstairs. This allows Farmgate Café to provide a uniquely Irish eating experience both reflecting playing a small role in a vibrant Irish food culture truly embracing how good indigenous ingredients and food products are.
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Farmgate Café
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Located in the heart of Ireland’s oldest and most historic food market,with an industrious exciting view overlooking stalls and fellow traders,Farmgate Café embraces much of what is unique and traditional to Cork along with new influences in this dynamic multicultural food market.Centuries old traditional, seasonal, regional,even ‘forgotten’ foods are at the core of the Farmgate ethos & also form a visible link between the menu and the wonderful arrray of produce downstairs. This allows Farmgate Café to provide a uniquely Irish eating experience both reflecting playing a small role in a vibrant Irish food culture truly embracing how good indigenous ingredients and food products are.
Situated in the historic Cornmarket Street, The Parlour Cafe brings you the very best of artisan foods & fresh local produce, cooked simply to create honest food. Top billing on the menu goes to their award winning beef, which is farmed on their family farm in Ovens,Co. Cork. Barista coffee using coffee beans from Cork Coffee Roasters compliments homemade cakes & freshly baked scones.Savory treats include eggs benedict, pancakes, sausage and eggs, tapas, seafood chowder, seafood pie, succulent burgers, beef carpaccio & gourmet sandwiches. From early morning breakfast,relaxing brunch to lunch & supper time treats, a casual coffee or relaxing glass of wine, there's something here for everyone.
The Parlour Cafe
51 Cornmarket St
Situated in the historic Cornmarket Street, The Parlour Cafe brings you the very best of artisan foods & fresh local produce, cooked simply to create honest food. Top billing on the menu goes to their award winning beef, which is farmed on their family farm in Ovens,Co. Cork. Barista coffee using coffee beans from Cork Coffee Roasters compliments homemade cakes & freshly baked scones.Savory treats include eggs benedict, pancakes, sausage and eggs, tapas, seafood chowder, seafood pie, succulent burgers, beef carpaccio & gourmet sandwiches. From early morning breakfast,relaxing brunch to lunch & supper time treats, a casual coffee or relaxing glass of wine, there's something here for everyone.
From the guys behind filter coffee on George's quay, their second venture, this time on North Main St., in medieval Cork. In a fantastic space, an old Church that has been repurposed as an exhibition/event centre, the coffee shop is just inside the door. The same attention to detail with some lovely design around the coffee counter, the coffee is truly excellent! They use only the best quality, fresh roasted beans with a coffee knowledge that is impressive. Weather permitting, there is a lovely outdoor space to enjoy your coffee and some delightful pastries too if you so wish!
Portafilter
88 N Main St Centre Cork T12 D273 N Main St
From the guys behind filter coffee on George's quay, their second venture, this time on North Main St., in medieval Cork. In a fantastic space, an old Church that has been repurposed as an exhibition/event centre, the coffee shop is just inside the door. The same attention to detail with some lovely design around the coffee counter, the coffee is truly excellent! They use only the best quality, fresh roasted beans with a coffee knowledge that is impressive. Weather permitting, there is a lovely outdoor space to enjoy your coffee and some delightful pastries too if you so wish!
Drinks & Nightlife
The Bierhaus provides a wide range of high quality International Beers in surroundings conducive to drinking them - a unique pub experience in Cork. They boast to have the best beer selection in Munster with over 220 beers, 22 taps & 1 cask to choose from (including 16 rotating guest draught taps!). There always something new on draught cask or bottle so make sure to ask them or check the new arrivals on the menus.
The Bierhaus
The Bierhaus provides a wide range of high quality International Beers in surroundings conducive to drinking them - a unique pub experience in Cork. They boast to have the best beer selection in Munster with over 220 beers, 22 taps & 1 cask to choose from (including 16 rotating guest draught taps!). There always something new on draught cask or bottle so make sure to ask them or check the new arrivals on the menus.
Cork’s Franciscan Well Brewery and Brew Pub is one of Ireland’s longest established and best respected craft breweries. The “Well” has gained national fame for its popular beers along with international recognition for its numerous craft beer awards from across Europe along with their successful collaboration with Jameson Whiskey. The Brewery has combined modern technology with age old tradition, brewing classic beer styles including lager, ale, stout, and wheat beer. Putting innovation at the forefront of the brewing process. Seasonal and special brews that pass the brewer’s standards are served up at the Brew Pub. The most popular ones are then sent further afield.
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Franciscan Well Brewery & Brewpub
14 N Mall
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Cork’s Franciscan Well Brewery and Brew Pub is one of Ireland’s longest established and best respected craft breweries. The “Well” has gained national fame for its popular beers along with international recognition for its numerous craft beer awards from across Europe along with their successful collaboration with Jameson Whiskey. The Brewery has combined modern technology with age old tradition, brewing classic beer styles including lager, ale, stout, and wheat beer. Putting innovation at the forefront of the brewing process. Seasonal and special brews that pass the brewer’s standards are served up at the Brew Pub. The most popular ones are then sent further afield.
The long-established home of Irish traditional music in Cork city, the Irish words ‘Sin é’ literally translate to mean ‘That’s it’, in reference to the funeral parlour located next door. Traditional music has always been played at the pub, even when it was seen as uncool in the 1950s, 60s and 70s; and unlike the tourist sessions that pop up in other pubs during the summer, the Sin É has had live Irish music every week for over 50 years now. We host a Trad Session 7 nights a week at 7pm – truly a must for any music fan! The best of Irish is always heard every Tuesday at 9.30pm as well as Fridays and Sundays at 6.30pm, whatever night of the week you arrive – good music is guaranteed.
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Sin é
8 Coburg St
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The long-established home of Irish traditional music in Cork city, the Irish words ‘Sin é’ literally translate to mean ‘That’s it’, in reference to the funeral parlour located next door. Traditional music has always been played at the pub, even when it was seen as uncool in the 1950s, 60s and 70s; and unlike the tourist sessions that pop up in other pubs during the summer, the Sin É has had live Irish music every week for over 50 years now. We host a Trad Session 7 nights a week at 7pm – truly a must for any music fan! The best of Irish is always heard every Tuesday at 9.30pm as well as Fridays and Sundays at 6.30pm, whatever night of the week you arrive – good music is guaranteed.
Entertainment & Activities
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THE GATE CINEMAS CORK
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Cork Golf Club
Lee Valley Golf and Country Club
Golf
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Fota Island Resort
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Golf