West Cork has long been associated with the best in quality artisan food both locally, nationally and beyond these shores. West Cork Brewing Company believes it can add a high quality and locally produced craft beer product to stand alongside it's cousins in the food industry!


Traditional Irish thick & creamy yogurts made in the heart of West Cork using all natural ingredients.

Cork, Ireland

One of the pioneers of quality food in traditional pubs in West Cork, the Poachers is something of a regional legend.


We are a small cafe located in Bishopstown and UCC. We serve homemade sandwiches, salads, smoothies, tea, coffee etc. We bake our own NY style bagels every morning. Most of our suppliers are local and include Drury coffee, ABC bread, Pana bread, the Flour House, Pure Raw Cork, the Good Food Shop and O’Flynns Sausages

Cork, Ireland is one of the leading online loose leaf Tea Shop and Supplier in Cork Ireland.

Cork, Ireland

A stylish cocktail bar (which has an impressive menu of tapas and more) and its popular sister restaurant – one of the most fun & stylish places to enjoy drinks and food in Cork, on vibrant, fast-changing McCurtain Street.

Cork, Ireland

In Rochestown on the outskirts of the city, The Cinnamon Cottage bakery and deli has a salad bar, cakes and take-out options.

Macroom, Ireland

A herd of Italian Water Buffalo on a farm in North Cork? It may sound quixotic – but Macroom Buffalo Cheese, the passion project of farmer Johnny Lynch – is Ireland’s only herd of water buffalo and their milk produces Johnny’s award winning cheese. They welcome groups of visitors (if you contact them through their website) and the farm hosts open days once a month.

Cork, Ireland
Taste Trail

This eco-camping farm offers regular seashore foraging walks with marine biologist Frances Gallagher – learn to identify, forage and eat different sea-weeds, shellfish and other bounty from the foreshore.


Mews Restaurant is a destination. The end of the road. You can find us down a lane, in the small seaside village of Baltimore; at the South-West tip of Ireland. An unlikely place for a restaurant, one might think. But, if you scratch the surface, you will see the reason why we chose here rather than anywhere else: the extraordinary ingredients.