A unique festival for Ireland, set in the charming setting of the famous foodie paradise, Ballymaloe House. Litfest is a food and drinks literacy festival, a weekend filled with inspirational stories, great writing, intriguing discussions, great speakers, music and dancing. It’s a place for foodies from all over the world to come together, share ideas, get inspired and celebrate their passions. A celebration of fine writing on the finest food and drink but also much more – the organisers say food literacy is “about understanding where the food you eat comes from, who produces it and if it is good for you”.
At three locations including French Church Street and Princes Street - O'Connaill Chocolate offer everything sweet – including hot chocolates and cakes from their own bakery.
At Keohane's Seafoods, we've created a gourmet range of delicious and tempting premium Irish fish and shellfish dishes, prepared using the very finest and very freshest 100% natural ingredients.
Clona West Cork Foods is a chilled and ambient food distribution company serving the Munster region. The company was initially founded to service the needs of local producers and we continue to be a strong supporter of these local producers.
Held every Saturday from 8.30 am. At the other end of the scale from Mahon Point – This small-yet-mighty food & farmer’s market in the historic heart of Cork City is a delight to find when strolling between our two river channels.
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.