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THE 30 BEST Gluten Free Restaurants in Cork, Ireland - 2021
"Serving the fruits of the sea in an unpreserved way, the Poachers Inn sources their seafood locally and daily, buying their prawns whole and live, as well as cooking and cracking their own crab. Freshness and quality are at the core of the Poachers Inn’s philosophy. The same goes for their game and poultry dishes, their home-grown salads and house-made breads and desserts."
"‘At Poachers Inn we are committed to presenting our customers with the freshest & best seafood that the West Cork coastline has to offer. We are also committed to giving you the fruits of the sea in a totally unpreserved way. We cook and crack our own crab….we don’t use the pasteurised product as it damages the natural sweetness of the product."
"Quinlans bar is one of Cork most lively spots, and it promises to be the same this weekend with some great live music lined up. Blue fusion will be kicking off the weekend on Saturday at 10 pm followed by the ever-entertaining Clockworks band at 7pm on Sunday. For those of you who like a boogie, Quinlans has you covered with their dance floor right next to where the bands play, perfect if you still have a few moves left after the Ed Sheeran concert!"
"Quinlan’s is a family-owned restaurant built on the legacy of the world-renowned seafood shop the family has been running since 1963. It now has seafood shops and bars all across Ireland but their restaurant in Cork may just be the best of the bunch. If you end up visiting Quinlans, make sure you try the incredible salmon on which the Quinlans reputation is based on."
"‘Quinlans Seafood Bar in Cork City offers a range of fresh fish meals and snacks. You can be assured of the freshness as the fish is delivered daily direct from our boats and is cooked to order. Enjoy our super popular ‘Traditional Fish and Chips’ and choose from 5 of the freshest fish."
"Camden Fort Meagher is internationally recognized as being “One of the finest remaining examples of a classical Coastal Artillery Fort in the world”. For almost 400 years the fort played a key role as a strong strategic position for the defense of Ireland, the west coast of England and Wales. The fort is a prime location to watch ships passing through Cork Harbour, the second-largest natural harbour in the world."
"Described as “one of the finest remaining examples of a classical coastal artillery fort in the world,” Camden Fort Meagher dates back to 1550. Forming part of the harbour’s fortification system, it expanded gradually over the centuries. You can now wander through the deserted, windowless ramparts and around its craggy stone walls for an eerie insight into the history of Cork’s maritime defence."
"Charles Fort – Situated on the edge of the water in the scenic village of Summer Cove in the Kinsale harbour of County Cork, lies the impressive and historic Charles Fort. The castle was originally constructed in the year 1682, and it was built as the ‘new fort’, in contrast to the ‘old fort’, or James Fort, which was built in the early 17th century on the other side of the same harbour. The fort played a critical military role throughout the centuries that it was active, until the year 1921, following the Anglo-Irish Treaty."
"One of Europe's best-preserved star-shaped artillery forts, this vast 17th-century fortification would be worth a visit for its spectacular views alone. But there's much more here: the 18th- and 19th-century ruins inside the walls make for some fascinating wandering. It's 3km southeast of Kinsale along the minor road through Scilly; if you have time, hike there along the lovely coastal Scilly Walk."
"The British built Charles Fort on the east side of the Bandon River estuary in the late 17th century, after their defeat of the Spanish…"
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"Another UCC building, the sleek Lewis Glucksman Gallery, designed by Irish architects O’Donnell + Tuomey, is one of Cork’s newest buildings and one of the most widely praised, having earned many accolades since being added to the campus in 2004. As well as being named Ireland’s Best Public Building in 2005, its architecture also won a UK Civic Trust award, a RIBA award and was shortlisted for the Royal Institute of British Architects Stirling Prize. The wood-covered gallery building was designed to fit seamlessly in with its sylvan surroundings."
"Lewis Glucksman Gallery|© Lewis Glucksman Gallery/WikiCommons. Nestled at the edge of the University College Cork campus, the Lewis Glucksman Gallery is a recent addition to Cork’s gallery scene. Opened in 2004, the gallery is named after its benefactor, Dr Lewis Glucksman."
"Desmond Castle is an impressive and historic tower house that is located in the County Cork town of Kinsale and has a fantastic heritage. It was originally constructed in around the year 1500 after it was built as the Customs House for Kinsale; it continued this function until the year 1641 before it was converted into a naval prison. Throughout the following centuries, it changed its function again, ranging from a town gaol to a workhouse."
"Desmond Castle Kinsale Cork has had a colourful history, ranging from Spanish occupation in 1601 to use as a prison for captured American sailors during the American War of Independence."