We are delighted to bring you a taste of West Cork in beautiful Clonakilty. We opened in 2012 and are constantly improving our menus to bring something special to your experience with us.
Take a trip out West to Heir Island, travel by boat across the bay to the Firehouse School and enjoy a one-day course in bread baking in this magical setting. An award winning, unforgettable experience on a tiny island set in the wild grandeur of Roaring Water Bay. You’ll return on the late evening ferry with a bag of your own freshly baked bread from one of the most magical spots on the Wild Atlantic Way.
At Farm Fresh, they produce a range of premium handmade salads daily on their family farm. By using the highest quality of ingredients they continue to maintain that fresh taste and consistency which they are so well known for.
Every Friday in June, July and August, come rain or shine, this walking tour sets out to visit the best of food producers, retailers, restaurants and cafes in the gorgeous West Cork market town (and foodie paradise) of Clonakilty. They take in everything from ice-cream cafes to the famous “Clon” farmers market. It’s fun, friendly and everybody is encouraged to chat, engage and taste.
A newcomer on the Cork scene (every Wednesday 9am to 2pm), this Farmers Market takes place in the grounds of Ballyseedy Garden Centre, Carrigtwohill, East Cork (about 25 minute drive from the City) and offers a great mid-week option for the best of local and regional produce. It’s very close to the historic great country house and gardens at Fota House – one of Cork’s best-loved attractions - and combining the two would be a great day out.
On busy, vibrant McCurtain Street, Gallagher's is bright and airy, serving traditional and more contemporary food from breakfast right through to evening meals. One of the busier, foodie pubs in Cork City.