Specialists in sourcing and selling the finest quality local meats.

Cork, Ireland
Farmers Market

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.

Cork, Ireland
Sauces & Accompaniments

Positive vibrations through food - Cork based food producer, Fire in the Dance hot sauce - coming soon

Clonakilty, Ireland

Offering stone baked pizza, Italian ice cream & wine. We hope you will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and stunning location.

Clonakilty, Ireland

In the bustling market town of Clonakilty in West Cork, you can take tours of this local craft brewery.

Riverstown, Ireland

Shopping in SuperValu is not like any other supermarket, we like to think of it as an experience rather than a hassle.

Cork, Ireland

Proudly local, very individual and a little eccentric, Divas is exactly what you wouldn’t expect to find in the tiny, tucked-away village of Ballinspittle. A half-hour drive from the city and famous for its own baked breads and cakes, lunches and brunches, at Divas you are also very close to the famous surfing beach at Garretstown. It’s a small dining room, so you may have to wait for a table on busy weekends. The eggs really do come from the farm next door.


Poitin infused Irish marmalade homemade in West Cork by Betty Smith.

Youghal, Ireland

Twin brothers Padraig and Adrian Hyde say they like to talk about beer as much as brew it. Almost. At their medal-winning Munster Brewery, the brothers welcome all parties, big and small, to the port town of Youghal, once home to the Elizabethan explorer, adventurer and beer-lover Sir Walter Raleigh.

Cork, Ireland
Farmers Market

With over 45 regular stalls serving up everything from burritos to locally produced artisan meats, cheeses and veg, this busy market in the grounds of a shopping centre in the suburb of Wilton is a great mid-week option - especially if you want to stock up before heading to West Cork.