Artisan Microbrewery located in Cork, producing a range of high quality Bottled and Draught Beers under the Historical Umbrella of both the Land Mark Public house the Cotton Ball (Est 1874) and its founder Humphrey J Lynch a character with links to the American civil war and cotton picking in Southern America.
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.
Open on Sundays - A relaxed, contemporary space on Paul Street, Amicus has a classic Sunday Brunch Menu with the Hangover Brunch in particular (with Veggie option) a favourite with regulars.
An authentic Italian cheese-making dairy in deepest West Cork – Toons Bridge head cheesemaker Franco Picciuolo uses local raw cow and sheep’s milk to produce a range of award winning cheeses.
Also in the village of Douglas and sister café & deli to the popular English Market store, On The Pigs Back offers fine food, breads, cheeses and cakes in a relaxed setting.
A two and a half hour stroll through the city, taking in many of the highlights and finishing with a meal – relaxed, friendly and fun – you will be in very good company.