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Cork county MICHELIN Restaurants - theIreland
"With the somewhat ironic name, Sober Lane invites party people to enjoy energetic music, and even grab a bite to eat while you’re there. The bar hosts private parties, hosts events and gigs, and even shows sports games. Depending on the day of the week you’re there, you may get to partake in one of the many fun themed nights held on specific nights."
"This great pub, situated right on the bank of the River Lee in the heart of Cork, is famous for their thin-based, generously topped pizzas – often called the best in town. Some of the other food specialities include delicious sweet potato fries and chicken goujons. Food is served until late."
"Opened in 1126 by the vikings it has survived many disasters such as the great fire in 1498, the black plauge in 1741 and the torrential flooding of 2009, FACT!"
"Once providing haircuts with your pint, Sin É is now one of the city's top venues for live traditional Irish music. Pronounced 'shin ay', meaning 'that's it', the name is a reference to the funeral parlour next door. Far from being past its expiry date, the walls, which are covered in postcards and posters, shake with the sounds of fiddles and flutes as locals strike up the sounds of Ireland."
"A Gaelic pub through and through, Sin é has attracted a loyal following of folk-loving locals since it opened 150 years ago. A homely tavern stuffed with nautical knick-knacks and Guinness memorabilia, Sin é is one of Cork’s welcoming old-school establishments. The long-time home of folk music, make a beeline here for live trad sessions – craic is guaranteed."
"Tucked away in Coburg Street, the bar is somewhat off-the-beaten track. Traditional in many ways, the bar's name ("sin é" - "that's it") nods to its historic use as a venue for drowning one's sorry after a wake at the nearby funeral home. Stop by to hear fine traditional music sessions and enjoy good craic every day of the week."
"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."
"Rearden's is a traditional Irish pub with live music 7 nights a week and a big screen for sports watching. They also serve pub food till late."
"Probably one of this writer’s favourite places to eat, especially in the summer, Bunnyconnellan is truly a jewel nestled into the jagged coastline over which it looks. It is a stunning place to try some delicious food whilst taking in the magnificent vista lying before you. Roches Point is in the far distance, and on any given weekend in the summer months, you can watch the yacht races go by in front of you."
"Overlooking the vast and impressive Cork Harbor, in the seaside village of Myrtleville is Bunnyconnellan Bar and Restaurant. A long-established and family-run restaurant, legend goes that the house’s name of Bunnyconnellan or Bunny’s is made up from the names of four children; Bunny, Conn, Nell and Ann. However, it is more than likely derived from a town in Co."
"Perched atop the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic, Bunnyconnellan is a long-established, family-run restaurant with a history as rich as its surroundings. Affectionately known as “Bunny’s” among the locals, this venue boasts stunning views of Cork Harbour and offers a birds-eye view of Roche’s Point."
"Buried in the seaside town of Ballycotton, the Blackbird is a hive of energy, music and delicious food. It has an open area out the back that has been recently redesigned and is a great contrast to the cozy bar inside. Here, you order your food that can be enjoyed by the fire on a winter’s day, or in the sunshine during the summer."
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"Just 10 minutes’ walk from the train station, the Address is a great spot to base yourself for adventures in Cork. Accommodation is cosy and soothing, and many of the newly refurbed premier and club rooms overlook the city, providing lovely views. Also, sound out details of special wine and beer tastings, as well as cocktail-making workshops."
"For anyone wishing to experience the true essence of the wonderful City of Cork, what better hotel to stay than at the elegant newly refurbished Address Cork (Formerly The Ambassador Hotel). Presiding with an air of grandness from the top of Military Hill in the his. Address: Military Hill, St. Lukes, Cork City"
"On the north side of Cork on Military Hill, the Ambassador has commanding views of the harbour and city centre and combines a historic building with an upbeat, modern decor. Owned by the McGettingan Family, the hotel features one of their Cookhouse gastro-bars for relaxed, friendly dining."