The setting is amazing. The Quays is on the harbour front in the historic port town of Cobh, famous as the gateway to America for countless thousands of Irish emigrants in the decades after the famine, and as the last port of call for the Titanic. Have a bite to eat and a drink here in the summer and watch the fishing boats and giant cruise liners dock in the harbour. You can reach Cobh by a short, scenic train line from Cork.
Based in Midleton Irish Green made natural liquid spices which can be used to flavour food or dilute a drink. They do not use any artificial preservatives, additives or colourings. "Every drop matters"
Held every Saturday from 8.30 am. At the other end of the scale from Mahon Point – This small-yet-mighty food & farmer’s market in the historic heart of Cork City is a delight to find when strolling between our two river channels.
The afternoon tea at Longueville House is served in a magical setting, in the Drawing Room of this early Georgian heritage mansion, set in 500 acres of wooded estate and parkland in North County Cork. Longueville House is family run and this Georgian gem, built in the 1720s, is perfect for a very special High Tea.
Held every Thursday from 10am to 3pm. One of the biggest and the best weekday markets is Mahon Point Farmer's Market – a firm favourite and long-time fixture on the city scene.
Roots Kitchen caters for all every kind of event including office breakfasts, canape parties, lunch buffets or boxes, sit-down meals, weddings, communions, confirmations, press days and private parties.