The Iberian Way on Douglas Street – For something very different, an unassuming Tapas bar run by two young Spanish chefs on Douglas Street, a short stroll across the bridge from the South Mall, by day, the Iberian way is a shop and deli, in the evenings, it serves up fab tapas in very modest but pleasant surroundings – a real hidden jewel, for the adventurous.
Climb into a sea-kayak and go on a three-hour seaweed foraging tour along the coast with Atlantic Sea Kayaking in Union Hall – learn how to harvest and use edible sea-weed and other foraged foodstuff from the West Cork coast. They also do foraging walks.
For weekday and Saturday brunches – ask a Cork City friend where they are going for brunch, and they may well be heading for the classic menu at The Liberty Grill, on Washington Street, right in the city centre.
The Cullinane family started the grocery and bakery business in 1865, but the Ring. family took it over in 1890 and ran it until 1935, when Jack and Maureen Field bought it. On that date, they made a commitment to supply only the finest produce and baked goods, and to offer a peerless service to all their customers – a tradition that has been continued by the third generation of the family to the present day.
Three Fools Coffee is located outside Cork City Library on the Grand Parade. Everyday we try to make the best coffee we can with the best beans we can find. We carefully select the best seasonal beans, to create the most interesting flavors and finest coffee. Be it one our our blends or our single origins, we hope you enjoy what you taste.