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The Spaniard

Kinsale Directions The Spaniard’s position overlooking the town of Kinsale in County Cork has always made it is easy to find. Being a Kinsale landmark makes it easier! Finding the Spaniard from Kinsale town centre is a short walk to Scilly – which is about half a mile from the centre of the town. Being on a extreme bend means […]


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White Rabbit Bar & BBQ

White Rabbit Bar & BBQ

If you’re looking for some real deal American BBQ than the White Rabbit Bar & BBQ should be number one on your must visit in Cork.  The music, decor, and atmosphere are all fantastic not to mention the very friendly bar staff! Located at 56 MacCurtain Street, Cork, the White Rabbit has a fresh funky new feel and brings a different approach to dining in Cork. […]


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Bull McCabe’s Bar & Grill

Experience a fine Irish pub just a stone’s throw from Cork Airport! Lively local banter, ol’ gossip and traditional music for a typical Cork welcome. Irish Craft Beers and Local Ciders for you to enjoy! Visit “Flanagan’s Whiskey Room” and taste our select and aged Irish Whiskies.


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le chateau

Le Chateau Bar

93 Saint Patrick’s Street, Cork City Directions Established in 1793 and a landmark in Cork city ever since, being the only bar on the main promenade. You can enjoy Irish Coffees as you watch the world of Cork parade by the from the terrazze area. Inside you can choose upstairs of down for comfort or seclusion. Lunchtime specialities include Traditional […]


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The Oliver Plunkett

The Oliver Plunkett in Cork city centre pride ourselves in sourcing only the finest of Irish Hereford beef and Kerry mountain lamb.  Our proximity to the famed Old English Market ensures regular supply of locally produced ingredients. The menu at The Oliver Plunkett is varied and offers something for every palette.


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The Idle Hour

The Idle Hour

The Idle Hour in Cork is one of the best party pubs in Cork. Great for watching a match or having a few pints before (or after) a gig in The Marquee.


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Costigans Pub

Best described as a lively bar with a traditional and cozy feel, Costigan’s is one of the last real pubs around. Whilst keeping with that tradition, this Cork institution has made one modernisation to their premises that most Irish pubs can’t do without these day: a brand new open air courtyard with plenty of seating. A definite must see! Beautifully constructed, the courtyard […]


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Suas Roof Top Bar Cork

Suas Rooftop Bar

Suas bar is located on South Main Street in the centre of Cork City. Suas offers something fresh for the Cork social scene. Its stylish decor and ambience makes Suas the perfect place to enjoy a night out. Experience Suas’s star feature, our heated rooftop veranda, ideal for getting away from it all and sipping an array of fabulous cocktails […]


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The Roundy

Located in the oldest area of Cork and within one of the oldest buildings in Cork. The Roundy Bar has managed to marry 21st century decor with old world character. By day, this wonderful small and intimate bar has a relaxed atmosphere that makes it the perfect place for a morning coffee (also serves scones & croissants). By night, it […]


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Reardens Bar Cork

Reardens Bar

Reardens bar is known across Ireland as Corks Biggest and Best Bar for Live Music, for watching Sporting Events and atmosphere. Conveniently situated on Washington Street, Reardens is the cornerstone of the Washington street strip generating more social activity in one night than most bars can produce in a year. Reardens Bar has an instant lived in feel, similar to […]


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Counihans Bar

Old world charm in a lively authentic Irish bar. Serving drink to corkonians for over 200 years (with a few days off!!). Counihans is great for its classic charm downstairs and lively and brand new upstairs. Located right in the heart of Cork City at 3 Pembroke Street, Cork Tel: (021) 427 7850


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Muskerry Arms

The Muskerry Arms has been at the cornerstone of providing refreshment & entrtainment for visitors and locals alike for over 150 years in Blarney. We have entertained visitors and locals for decades with music & craic. Some of Irelands greatest singers and personalities visit the Muskerry Arms frequently. Providing music from traditional to contemporary to ballad sessions every Friday, Saturday […]


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Captain Americas

4 South Main Street, Cork Directions Captain Americas Cookhouse and Bar serves quality American style food such as delicious burgers, steaks, Cajun chicken, and vegetarian dishes at real good value prices. A tasty kids menu, delicious dessert menu and a special lunch menu are also available. Captain Americas has a full bar with an extensive drinks menu which offers cocktails, shooters, frozen drinks beers and non alcoholic beverages. While […]


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The Bodega

The Bodega is one of Cork’s most unique nightclubs mainly due to the design and experience. It is unlike any other nightclub in Cork, created specifically for audio and visual quality. The building is cathedral like in structure, it has pewter bar counters, black and white check board flooring, low hanging chandeliers and tall marble pillars strategically placed throughout the […]


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The Hawthorn Bar, The Lough, Cork

The Hawthorn Bar

The Hawthorn is a family run Bar for over 50 years and boasts a beautiful Beer Garden offering great views of the Lough, where you can share your meal with the local swans, geese and ducks that nest nearby.


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Crane Lane Theatre Cork

Crane Lane Theatre

The Crane Lane Theatre is located in the remains of an old Gentleman’s Club in the dead center of Cork City, and has been the scene of many a notorious event over the last 100 years. The Crane Lane Theatre hosts a favourite Beer Garden in Corks City center, the Crane Lane Theatre Cork continues to be inspired by the […]


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Franciscan Well Brewery Tour

Franciscan Well Brewery

The Franciscan Well Brewery has established itself over the years as one of the must visit pubs in Cork City. Apart from the curious fact that it is sitting on the site of a 13th century monastery, the pub was also one of the first to start brewing its own craft beers. These same beers can now be found across […]


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bushes bar

Bushes of Baltimore

The Square, Baltimore Directions Bushes Bar is situated in the charming village of Baltimore on the south west coast of Ireland. One of the oldest Bars in Baltimore, Bushe’s has always had a long and cherished maritime tradition. Visiting sailors and tourists to the south west coast of Ireland regularly make a point of stopping off in Bushe’s (Baltimore) to […]


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Clancy’s Bar & Restaurant

15 Princes Street, Cork City Directions Clancy’s is one of Cork city’s oldest pubs, dating back to 1824. Today, Clancy’s bar and prime restaurant occupy 15-16 Princes Street, whilst the Liquid Lounge nightclub and the likely named Marlborough Room span straight through the city block at 29 -31 Marlborough Street. Open 7 days with full à La Carte Restaurant a lunchtime […]


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soho

Soho

77 Grand Parade, Cork City Directions SoHo is a great bar & restaurant that serves terrific food at reasonable prices.  The ground floor bar is stylish and safe and open late at weekends. Food is served in both the bar & restaurant. The downstairs bar gets very full and lively and has great music on Friday & Saturday nights. Many […]


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