The Oliver Plunkett
We are a traditional Irish pub named after the famous Oliver Plunkett street in Cork City. Famous for the atmosphere built on music and dance that has long been a sweet spot for many looking for a great night out.
The Oliver Plunkett has the warm hearted feeling of bringing you in at different times of the day for food, drink and a good catch up with friends. Between drinks, take the time to appreciate the quirky historical and current facts about Cork and its history which are dotted throughout The Oliver Plunkett.
Come discover the beat of a good music, food and dancing in the Oliver Plunkett.
Artisan cocktails with a new menu every 8 weeks. Multi award winning chef serving multicultural “small plates”. All next to our 30ft waterfall!
The Old Town Whiskey Bar
The Old Town Whiskey Bar at Bodega – the grand dame in Cork’s Old Town, Ireland’s largest whiskey bar housed in one of the countries most beautiful buildings. Award winning food served 7 days a week with emphasis on locally sourced seasonal produce. All our dishes are prepared from scratch – brunch & steaks a speciality! Winner of Cork’s Best Food Pub 2017, Winner Ireland’s Best Tourist Pub 2018 –VFI Pub of the year awards. Winner of Ireland’s best designed bar – Sky Bar of the Year awards 2016. We are proud to serve some of the world’s finest beers, including 5 gold medal winners at the World Beer Awards 2017 from Rising Sons Brewery – brewed across the street
Located on one of the old thoroughfares of the south inner city, Couglan’s bar won the IMRO National Live Music Venue of the Year Award in 2013 and the bar runs a festival in late September with an impressive lineup of well-known national and international acts.
Gallaghers is a bar & restaurant situated at the foot of Corks famous” Patrick’s Hill” and with the Iconic Shandon Bells and Tower casting it’s shadow on our Café area we welcome you to Gallaghers Gastro Pub. Placed on the corner of MacCurtain street in the prominent Gallagher house building (named after Corks favourite son, guitar legend, Rory Gallagher) and at the Gateway to the Victorian Quarter of the City which is fast emerging as the new Vibrant Hub with its Hotels, Restaurant, Cafés Bars and Live Music Venues.
Crane Lane Theatre
Cork’s most versatile venue with decor from the 20’s, 30’s and 40’s, the Crane is a house of jazz, blues and burlesque hosting many an international luminary and some of the finest Bluegrass, western swing, blues and rock & roll bands to visit these shores.
Set in a handsome building at the east end of Oliver Plunkett Street in Cork city, this new restaurant combines an in-house nano breweryfor the already established Elbow Lane craft beerwith a smoke house serving exciting food and drinks. Open 7 days.
If you are looking for a restaurant in Cork city centre whether as a tourist or living locally searching for places to eat in Cork, Luigi Malones is definitely a restaurant to consider. The restaurants décor has been inspired by visits to Les Deux Margot’s in Paris and the Art Deco district of South Beach, Miami. Luigi’s most recognizable feature is the huge original station clock from Kings Cross Station, St Pancras based in the centre of the bar.
One of the few city centre bars with an outside seating area to catch the evening sun, Electric has become a very popular bar attracting a big early evening crowd with its large selection of wines and pinchos (Basque tapas).
The first floor restaurant and terrace with its unrivalled views of St. Finbarr’s cathedral and the prestigious South Mall, affords visiting tourists, corporate clients and proud Corkonian’s a lasting impression of our great city.
Market Lane is an award winning restaurant and bar over two floors that offers great food and amazing value. Where possible we use ingredients from The English Market and local artisan producers to make up our menu which has a wide range of fish, salads, meat, game and sandwiches, in addition to coeliac and vegetarian dishes and a healthy kids menu.
Located in a unique setting, Greenes Restaurant, renowned for good food & customer service overlooks its own floodlit waterfall with a gorgeous heated courtyard garden. The restaurant is situated under a cobblestone arch in one of Cork City’s Victorian buildings.
Using only the finest and freshest local produce, we serve up seasonal modern and tasty dishes to suit all dietary requirements. Ideally located for theatres and nightlife, we have pre theatre menus, dinner theatre packages, Early Bird menus, Table d’hote and a la carte menus. With a full bar license, our coctail and wine list ensure that all tastes are looked after.
Reservations recommended at weekends.
The SpitJack is a rotisserie concept and the first of its kind, offering only the highest quality Irish produce. All of our menus revolve around the rotisserie and we are opened from breakfast to bedtime.