Market Lane is an award-winning restaurant and bar situated on Oliver Plunkett Street, in the heart of Cork city centre. Serving over two floors we offer great food and amazing value.
Visiting the Jameson Distillery, a half-hour east of the city in Midleton, is an experience most visitors to Cork will have at the top of their list. A mere 200 years in the making, this is one of the most visited whiskey distilleries in the world, the spiritual home of a great spirit, and a place to see where one of Ireland’s most famous exports goes from grain to glass (with a little magic along the way).
The famous cookery school at Ballymaloe in East Cork runs a range of foraging courses throughout the year, for more details, visit their website and look under “foraging”.
This innovative restaurant is famous for its 12 Mile Rule – every ingredient that can possibly be sourced within 12 miles of their front door is. Their Breakfast & Brunch Menu features eggs, bacon, cheese, honey and oats from fields which you could (if you felt so inclined) see from the restaurant’s roof.
From small beginnings, as a family farm store and café in the market town of Midleton in the early ‘80s, the Farmgate has become a Cork institution, with its restaurant and store still in Midleton and a charming restaurant and balcony café in the City’s English Market.