A stylish cocktail bar (which has an impressive menu of tapas and more) and its popular sister restaurant – one of the most fun & stylish places to enjoy drinks and food in Cork, on vibrant, fast-changing McCurtain Street.
Held every Saturday from 10am to 1pm. The oldest and one of the most varied farmer’s markets in Ireland, Midleton Farmer's Market is just a half-hour’s drive east of the City and a must see for those who love their food.
East Cork has become a powerhouse for Cork food culture, produce, cooking and hospitality over the past decade. Part of its rise has been the success of The Feast Cork Festival in bringing together and celebrating the best of the East. Running in early September, it brings together the people, produce, tastes and flavours of this rich region.
Another local hero in the East Cork region famous for its rich farmland and food culture. The Granary's brunch menu is particularly tempting for vegetarians. Midleton is a half-hour drive from the city and also home to the famous Jameson Whiskey Distillery.
Blairscove House is one of the jewels of wild West Cork, a beautifully restored Georgian country house with cobbled courtyard, accommodation and a restaurant housed inside a spacious, stone-built former barn. The food is famous, the setting is magical, with views out over majestic Dunmanus Bay.