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"Rose Garden Chinese Restaurant was established in 2010, located at Church Street, Douglas Village, Cork. Rose Garden is very convenient for lunches and dinners. Choose between a la carte and takeaway options."
"So these guys doing a brunch sharing platter which means we can’t ever eat anywhere else again because a brunch sharing platter is the pinnacle of life. That said, they also make their coffee using Badger & Dodo beans so maybe that’s the pinnacle of life?. Pretty hungry right now and not thinking completely straight… Get intoJoes+Bros for breakfast, brunch or lunch or all of them and make sure someone’s there to pick you up and roll you home."
"Set up by three friends with the ideal brunch experience in mind, Joe’s + Bros is not to be missed when looking for the best brunch spots in Cork. From smoothie bowls to chorizo and cheese-loaded tater tots there is so much to choose from. Their Notorious P.I.G is a must-try, with smoked streaky bacon, black pudding, a fried egg served on ciabatta along with tater tots and siracha mayo."
"Dedicated to the city’s patron saint, this Victorian, gothic-revival-style Church of Ireland cathedral on Cork’s Bishop Street was first consecrated in 1870, although construction didn’t completely come to an end until 1879. It stands on the site of a former monastery founded by Saint Finbarr in 606 and is said to be at least the third structure built in his name at the location, the first of which was damaged during the 1690 Siege of Cork. The striking cathedral was the first major work by the English architect William Burges, who is described by respected architectural historian J."
"St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, the first major work of Victorian architect William Burges, was completed in 1879. Details such as the gilded “resurrection angel” perched atop the roof may not have come cheap, but the result is an exemplar of ecclesiastical architecture. The cathedral has excellent acoustics, so consider it a bonus if your trip coincides with one of their regular concerts."
"A 19th-century estate surrounded by pristine gardens and a fragrant arboretum, the handsome Fota House provides one of County Cork’s most splendid attractions. There’s a small fee to enter Fota Gardens, but it’s well worth the outlay; there are acres of tropical gardens to explore. You’ll also discover a unique walled garden, an Italian arboretum, a fernery and a lavish orangery."
"The guided house tour will take you on a journey through the grand décor of the principle rooms and behind the scenes to the exquisite boudoir and charming Victorian nursery."