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  1. Star Anise Restaurant

    Cork City, Cork

    A stylish, cosy locale, Star Anise is a 35-seater restaurant that serves Mediterranean and contemporary French cuisine. Located in the heart of Cork City, it also caters for private and corporate functions. Read more

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  2. Crackpots Restaurant & Pottery

    Kinsale, Cork

    Created with international flavours and combining European cuisine with ethnic touches – using local produce. Read more

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  3. The Old Oak Bar and Cyprus Avenue

    Cork City, Cork

    For live music in Cork City, there's no better place than The Old Oak Bar and Cyrus Avenue, a dedicated venue attracting national and international artists. Bar food is also served daily at The Old Oak. Read more

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  4. McCarthy's Bar and Bistro

    Bishopstown, Cork

    A warm Irish welcome awaits you at McCarthy's Bar & Bistro, Model Farm Road in Bishopstown, situated minutes away from Cork City centre.
    Offering an unique venue in Cork, McCarthy's is the place to be whether its for a relaxing drink or fine dining. Read more

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  5. Baltimore Market

    Baltimore, Cork

    Baltimore Market in County Cork invites shoppers to purchase from local food and craft producers. Stalls sell a variety of produce including fresh local fruit and vegetables, cheese, home-made jams, cakes, breads and much more. Read more

  6. Island Cottage

    Heir Island, Cork

    The menu is a set menu, there is no choice, it consists of a starter, main
    course, home-made brown bread, salad and cheese, dessert and filter coffee.
    It depends on the availability of the freshest local, organic (when
    possible) and wild island ingredients of that day. Read more

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  7. Hoby's Restaurant

    Kinsale, Cork

    Irish and European cuisine made from local produce – fish special daily. All dishes made fresh daily in our kitchen. Open 6 pm to 10.30 pm Read more

  8. Fishy Fishy Cafe

    Kinsale, Cork

    Kinsale is a picturesque, traditional fishing village in County Cork. At Fishy Fishy Cafe they pride themselves on using the best of local catch that is brought to their doorstep right on the shores of Kinsale Harbour. Read more

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  9. Muskerry Arms Bar

    Blarney, Cork

    The Muskerry Arms was established as a small public house in 1838 and is named after the Muskerry Tram line, which serviced the village up until 1830. The premises is owned by the O'Connor family since 1984 and is personally managed by Nell O'Connor and Family.
    The Muskerry Arms is a great family run business and we have entertained many visitors and locals for decades with great food, music & great craic. Read more

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  10. Geary's Bar

    Charleville, Cork

    Geary's bar, Main Street Charleville has been in continuous family ownership for over 200 years. The centuries old brick work and oak beams are still evident and any additions over the years have been carefully blended with the original. Read more

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