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2017
OCTOBER
23rd Oct - 26th Oct:
Taste Jazz
16th Oct - 22nd Oct:
Taste Cork Week
21st Oct - 21st Oct:
Vegan Cooking
18th Oct - 18th Oct:

Taste Cork Week - 'Meet the Makers' Lunch & Distillery Tour

20th Oct - 20th Oct:
A Tap Take Over
18th Oct - 18th Oct:
Meet the producers at Electric
22nd Oct - 22nd Oct:
Cork Afternoon Tea by the Lee
17th Oct - 17th Oct:
Caskmates & Beer Tasting evening with Franciscan Well Brew Pub
17th Oct - 17th Oct:
Clonakilty Brewing Company & Clonakilty Chocolate Brewery Tour and Pairing Event
26th Oct - 26th Oct:
Good Day Deli introduces our Sustainable Foods Deli Pop Up with South Pacific Flavour
19th Oct - 19th Oct:
Jameson Whiskey Supperclub
24th Oct - 24th Oct:
From the Producer to the Plate, with Pamela Kelly of Market Lane
NOVEMBER
4th Nov - 4th Nov:
Cork & Kerry Food Market
25th Nov - 26th Nov:
Cork Chocolate Festival 2017
29th Nov - 29th Nov:
Sushi Made Simple
4th Nov - 4th Nov:
Gluten-Free Cooking
18th Nov - 18th Nov:
Curry Class

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  • Taste Cork Week

    16th October, 2017 - 22nd October, 2017

    Taste Cork Week takes place from the 16th - 22nd October 2017, celebrating Cork’s produce, history & flourishing food culture. Once again Taste Cork is teaming up with Festival Cork to deliver an exciting programme, tailored to lovers of truly great food!
    Carrying on from last year’s achievements with over 40 venues participating and 30 events taking place, Taste Cork Week 2017 will push on from this with even more exciting events taking place across the city and county.
     Throughout the week, Cork restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs will be showcasing their creativity, designing sensational menus and events as part of the ‘Taste Cork Experience’. Festival goers will have an opportunity to sample imaginative dishes, made using outstanding local ingredients and inspired by Cork’s heritage and thriving food culture.
    Taste Cork Week venues are already busy planning their menus and events and will reveal all in the week ahead. The programme is filling up fast with exciting pop-up events across the city and county – stay tuned to our social media channels and festivalcork.com for more information!
    The jam-packed week will feature food trails exploring Cork’s rich food heritage, demonstrations to help you hone your culinary skills, distillery & brewery tours, as well as opportunities to meet the producers.
    Justin Green & Antony Jackson of Ballyvolane House Spirits Company will host a Bertha’s Revenge Gin Distillery Tour & Tasting similar to last year’s event. The tour will be followed by a long-table lunch at Ballyvolane House co-hosted by Eight Degrees Brewing and Stonewell Cider, who will discuss their story and the growing Irish micro brewing and artisan drinks culture.
    Following on from last year’s success, we are delighted to announce that Taste Cork Week is teaming up with Diageo and Guinness Jazz Festival to bring you an extended 'Taste Jazz Special' running from 23rd to 26th October. Chill-out in style with a series of pop-up, one-off jazz events at venues throughout the city.

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