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Harty's is a traditional style family run Bar & Restaurant ideally and conveniently located in the heart of the historical town of Cloyne and is but a few short miles beyond the bustling town of Midleton and only 25 minutes from Cork City.
Barbeques are available in our lawned beer garden to the rear of the building with features of high old stone walls surronding the area.
Harty's Bar & Restaurant recently Failte Ireland Approved - May 2011.
Harty's is renowned for its great food and hospitality. Chef Eamonn Harty's vast experience will assure you of first class service at all times and also make sure your visit to Harty's will be fondly remembered.
Harty's restaurant & bar offers fine food is family owned and coupled with old style service and atmosphere is truly a lovely establishment to visit for that special occasion or leisurely meal. Your hosts Eamon, Eddie and Carmel Harty will do everything to make your visit special. If you wish to arrange a special function, birthday, work related or barbecue, Harty's will advise you on the options that are available to you.
Old Style Service...Good Atmosphere & Great Food
Harty's Restaurant & Bar is situated in Cloyne, Co.Cork, 25 minutes drive from Cork enroute to Ballycotton,we do everything possible to make your visit memorable.
Open everyday from 12 midday for lunch and dinner.
Sunday Lunch from 12.30pm to 3pm. Main Courses from €9.95.
Poached monkfish served with a red pepper sauce & buttered courgettes
Pan Fried Fillets of Plaice served with a Herb Butter Sauce & Roast Cherry Tomatoes
Hot buttered Lobster Served In It's own Shell......classic
Traditional Irish Music Session & Complimentary Finger Food every Thursday Night from 9.30pm. All musicians welcome to join in.
Barbeques available in our lawned Beer Garden.
Dj & Complimentary Barbeque in our lawned Beer Garden every Saturday night in the summer months.
Harty's Book Club - Monthly Meetings. Check our facebook page for book updates and meetings. Complimentary finger food. All welcome.
Ballycotton - For those who like more active holidays, why not take in the beautiful views of Ballycotton Bay and lighthouse, whilst taking a walk along the cliff.
Ballycotton forms part of the bird-watching trail beginning in Knockadoon, and has been identified internationally as a home to many unique birds.
The Jameson Experience - Old Midleton Distillery. Established in the early 17th Century, it is one of the largest producers of whiskey in Ireland, producing brands such as Jameson, Powers, Tullamore Dew, Paddy and Midleton Very Rare. With a production capacity of 19 million litres, being the largest in the world, a visit is recommended, where you can learn how the produce is made, and be in with a chance to obtain a certificate for whiskey tasting.
Farmer's Market: Midleton farmers’ market meets every Saturday morning from 9am to 1pm and offers a selection of quality produce such as breads, preserves, cheeses and organic vegetables.
Cork City: A trip to Cork City is a must. Voted as one of the Lonely Planet Top 10 cities to visit in 2010, the city has so much to offer. There are numerous attractions from the delightful English Market, Cork Butter Museum, Cork City Goal and the Shandon Bells.
Fota Wildlife Park: Fota Wildlife Park is set on 70 acres on the scenic Fota Island in the heart of Cork Harbour. The park is not like an ord