Visiting the Jameson Distillery, a half-hour east of the city in Midleton, is an experience most visitors to Cork will have at the top of their list. A mere 200 years in the making, this is one of the most visited whiskey distilleries in the world, the spiritual home of a great spirit, and a place to see where one of Ireland’s most famous exports goes from grain to glass (with a little magic along the way).
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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.
A recent addition to the city’s roster of top-class restaurants, Rachel's Resturant is named for restaurateur Rachel Allen, one of Ireland’s best known chefs, authors and food personalities.
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.
This 500-acre estate and Georgian country house hotel has 30 acres dedicated to growing cider apples for their famous independent craft Cider's and Ireland's only Apple Brandy (Est 1985) – a variety of historical and informative tours take in the walled garden, orchard, cider mill, distillery and the house, and can include tea or lunches in the great house.