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.
In a picturesque fishing harbour (a half-hour south of the city) which has become synonymous with gourmet eating, Bastion is part of the new wave in this long-established foodie heaven. At first glance, an elegant, relaxed wine-bar-bistro, its adventurous, ever-changing menus have won this innovative restaurant great praise, making it one of just 16 restaurants in Ireland to be awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand status.
Three Fools Coffee is located outside Cork City Library on the Grand Parade. Everyday we try to make the best coffee we can with the best beans we can find. We carefully select the best seasonal beans, to create the most interesting flavors and finest coffee. Be it one our our blends or our single origins, we hope you enjoy what you taste.
Roots Kitchen caters for all every kind of event including office breakfasts, canape parties, lunch buffets or boxes, sit-down meals, weddings, communions, confirmations, press days and private parties.
In the busy market-town of “Skibb” (in the Irish language, the name means “harbour for little boats”) you will find the Kalbos Cafe and husband and wife team Siobhan and Anthony, serving up breakfasts and brunch made with local produce in a simple yet chic space.
An award winning, family run pub and restaurant near Blarney with a menu that includes traditional local dishes such as corned beef, stews and Shephard’s Pie. Blair's Inn is a warm, welcoming place with great food.
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.