Cork, Ireland
Gastropub

One of the pioneers of quality food in traditional pubs in West Cork, the Poachers is something of a regional legend.

Dunmanway
Bakery

Craft bakery producing individually hand-made biscuits, cookies and crackers, made with only natural ingredients - including Irish butter, buttermilk, milk and flours - and baked in a traditional oven.

Cork, Ireland
Restaurant

Richard and Laura worked together in the hotel business for the best part of a decade. When their time came to open a restaurant they knew it had to be in Cork City.

Cork
Café

Also in the Market, you will find The Sandwhich Stall which serves great sandwiches and salads, plus a little counter to sit down at.

Little Island
Bakery

Delicious is Ireland's specialist, award winning bakery that caters for food allergies. It produces gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, yeast free cakes and breads.

Produce

Gourmet vegetables grown locally in Cork, using natural, chemical free methods. They produce exceptional vegetables and supply them to their customers through shops, farmer's markets, and wholesale. Their customers receive the freshest, healthiest and tastiest veg directly from their farm in Ballinhassig, Cork.

Cork, Ireland
Confectionery

Bulls-Eyes, Bon-Bons, Sherbet Drops & Toffees – Shandon Sweets are the last of the Victorian sweet-makers, consisting of a father and son team who are happy to welcome visitors to their little hand-made sweet factory. Just find their front door under the famous Shandon Bells and ring the doorbell.

Cork, Ireland
Café

This quirky, charming tea shop and vintage furniture and curios store is housed in a converted carpenter’s workshop, around 15 minutes’ drive from the city, in the countryside close by the airport. Find out more about this little gem and their simple yet charming afternoon teas on their website.

Kinsale

Kinsale Gin is a premium Irish gin. Local botanicals distilled by masters and bottled for your enjoyment.

Skibbereen, Ireland
Farmers Market

Year round, this great market - in the very foodie town of Skibbereen - serves up the best in local (and internationally-flavoured) produce.