Cork
Beverages

This is one of the most innovative craft breweries in Ireland with a range that includes gluten-free beers. They are happy to welcome visitors and your guide will bring you through the entire process, as well as some local history and a sample-session.

Cork, Ireland
Vegetarian Restaurant

The Rocket Man ethos is “Quick Food – Not Fast Food”. And you can find us at two locations in the city centre – in the Winthrop Arcade on Oliver Plunkett Street and at our main café on nearby Princes Street.

Rosscarbery, Ireland
Seafood Restaurant

A little food truck serving up local fried fish and chips

Ballincollig
Produce

IncrEdible Flowers specialises in delicious, high-end edible fruit arrangements that are perfect for any occasion.

Cork, Ireland
Restaurant

The Ivory Tower is an intimate, quirky dining room above some shops on Oliver Plunkett Street, the busy heart of Cork city centre. Chef Seamus O’Connell is something of a Cork legend, a maverick, an inventor, a supremely talented chef who fuses Irish ingredients with French, Mexican and Japanese traditions. His tasting menus are famous, the experience is rarely less than intriguing and it will almost certainly be a meal to remember.

Cork, Ireland
Café

For old school Tea & Cakes, in a shabby-chic setting – Tara's Tea Rooms is a friendly, charming and slightly eccentric, very Cork experience.

Cork, Ireland
Farmers Market

Each October, experience two nights of fine dining in the restaurants of the famous foodie harbour town of Kinsale, about half an hour’s drive from the city centre.

Clonakilty
Prepared Foods

West Cork's finest foods.

Cork, Ireland
Coffee Shop

Cafe Depeche was created by Humphrey Porter in February, 2004. Having previously worked as Loss Prevention Manager for a large music chain for 10 years and simultaneously also providing bar services, for a large brewery for nearly 15 years, Humphrey wanted to recreate the ambience of a bar, and combine his passion for music and great coffee.

Cork
Restaurant

Very little has been done to the ground floor of a building that houses one of the most unusual bars in Cork city.