"The bakers in SuperValu in Cobh have been busy this morning, as fresh pancakes are available to pick up in store all day today. Call in for your fresh pancakes tomorrow 5 for €3!. 🥞😍#GarveysSuperValu#Cobhpic.twitter.com/pcTqBaYCeF"
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Cork City Gaol (Museum)
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Castle-like, restored 19th-century prison with exhibitions, night tours and a souvenir shop.
"the craic of cork: top 10 things to do in cork, ireland | experience 19th-century prison life at cork city gaol. experience 19th-century prison life at cork city gaol. Great sightseeing trip in Cork City."
"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."
"This stylish bar and restaurant is situated in the historic Jewish quarter of the city was inspired by the “New York Meatpacking” district. The breakfast, lunch and brunch menu all incorporate quality local ingredients and are finely presented. One of their most famous items on the menu is their cleverly named ‘Goldburgers’."
"Reardens is the ultimate spot to be for an all-around good time. Whether you sneak off to a quieter spot in one of their smaller bars, or you opt to stay right in the middle of the energy and dance away the night. They have food, sport, music, and drinks!"
"The first is Rearden’s Bar which is at 26 Washington Street. This pub generates more social activity in one night than most bars can produce in a year!. It’s known as the biggest bar in Cork and it hosts great live music every day."
"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."
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"‘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."