Cork, Ireland
Pub

A stylish cocktail bar (which has an impressive menu of tapas and more) and its popular sister restaurant – one of the most fun & stylish places to enjoy drinks and food in Cork, on vibrant, fast-changing McCurtain Street.

Cork, Ireland
Café

In Rochestown on the outskirts of the city, The Cinnamon Cottage bakery and deli has a salad bar, cakes and take-out options.

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.

Cork
Prepared Foods

Our range of products are low fat healthy ready meals providing our customers with a quick delicious and healthy dinner or lunch in minutes.

Killnagleary Rd
Prepared Foods

Crunch Food Company is a Cork based food company designed to make healthy living easy and accessible for everybody. We do daily lunch deliveries to your office or work place door.

Cork, Ireland
Dairy

Real Italian hand-made ice-cream on the river in the city centre - Casanova Gelato is a treat for kids and Big Kids. Look out for their naturally blue, seaweed flavour.

Cork, Ireland
Produce

Since the start of the business in 2011, West Cork Garlic has been grown on land near Ballynacarriga, Enniskeane which has proven to produce great tasting garlic.

Midleton, Ireland
Farmers Market

Held every Saturday from 10am to 1pm. The oldest and one of the most varied farmer’s markets in Ireland, Midleton Farmer's Market is just a half-hour’s drive east of the City and a must see for those who love their food.

Ballycotton, Ireland
Gastropub

The Blackbird is a charming old fisherman’s pub in the picturesque fishing village of Ballycotton. And its big attraction – apart from the cosy bar and friendly welcome – is the Field Kitchen seafood shack, in the walled courtyard at the back. Serving up fish n’chips and other classics, with ingredients straight from the sea below.

Glounthaune

Johnny Fall Down is a family business founded on an estate with an orchard dating back to 1830. We seek to use the uniqueness of Ireland's soil and climate to grow select Rare Apple varieties, and to use accomplished Artisanal techniques to turn that unique combination of fruit into Award winning Ciders, Wines and Aperitifs.