"Along with having an on-site roastery, tasty espressos and delicious cakes SOMA also serves up some of the yummiest brunches in Cork. With a different brunch special every weekend alongside some incredible brunch cocktails, brunches in SOMA are not to be missed!. Address: 23 Tuckey St, Centre, Cork, T12 WD38"
Nando's Cork - Mahon Point
4.2 (1085 ratings)
Afro-Portuguese chain restaurant serving flame-grilled chicken in spicy chilli sauce.
R852 Mahon Point Shopping Centre, Mahon, Cork, Ireland
"Today, you can find Nando’s restaurants, their addictive sauces and tasty grocery range right around the world. Whether you’re a first-time visitor, or an old friend, they can’t wait to welcome you and serve you a delicious fix of PERi-PERi!"
Fantastic Flavours Ice Cream Parlour
4.7 (106 ratings)
74 N Main St, Youghal-Lands, Youghal, Co. Cork, P36 TA44, Ireland
"Fantastic Flavours Ice Cream Parlour is of the highest calibre available. Our artisan ice cream uses the finest ingredients available, and where possible, we choose organic and/or all natural ingredients. The quality of ice cream has to do with many factors, including the quality of the ice cream maker, milk, cream and other ingredients."
"A two-mile-long (3km) riverside walk that winds its way around the River Lee, this trail ends with panoramic views of Cork’s centre. The path runs parallel to the Twopot River and past the scattered ruins of Bishopstown House, which includes an ornamental lake and a crumbling limestone hut. Across the river, there’s a stone-encircled grassy field – a rural, out-of-the-way park that’s blissfully close to the city centre."
Bishop Lucey Park
Charming local park with tended green spaces, walkways & the remains of historic city walls.
"You’ll find Fitzgerald Park a handy stroll from University College Cork. This is the perfect place for those of you looking to escape the city for a while. Those that head for a wander here can expect gorgeous, tree-lined avenues, finely-manicured flower beds, a number of statues and a large fountain."
"Cafe Gusto is another spot that’s said to dish out some of the best brunch Cork has to offer. It was established in 1999 and was once the famous O’Brien coffee shop that operated since 1941. The creative force behind the cafe, Marianne, had travelled extensively around the world before returning to Cork in1998."
4.7 (1461 ratings)
Locally sourced New England-influenced plates, served all day in a casual bistro-style setting.
32 Washington St, Centre, Cork, T12 T880, Ireland
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"Delicious West Cork crab with pasta on the specials this evening. Isaac’s Restaurant is housed in a stunning 18th-century building in MacCurtain Street, and it has been in business since 1992. After taking in the beauty of the place, enjoy its award-winning lunch or dinner menu, which changes twice a day."