Cork City

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All the useful posts (and a few links) about Cork City are shared here so you can find what you want quicker and get to know the second-largest and most lovely city in the Republic.

Pope's Quay at Night

Cork Basics
Understand Irish Phrases and my more extensive Irish Slang Dictionary
A Day In Cork by Glass of Win (guest post)

Night Traffic in Cork City

Transportation…

City Bus Fares

Cork Int’l Airport (ORK)

Get to Cork by Plane, Train, Car, or Ferry

Learn about Taxis/Limos in Ireland

Rent a Car in the City

Fly RyanAir

Shandon Street Festival

You’ll Probably Visit…

Cork Vision Centre

St. Ann’s Shandon Bells

Mardyke Walk Skate Park

LINK to 36 Hours in Cork – New York Times Article

LINK to City Churches

LINK to Museums & Galleries

LINK to The Cork City Gaol

LINK to The English Market

Fenn’s Quay
Shears Street, Cork City
Tel: 021 4279527
Twitter
Chef Kate on Twitter
Website
Facebook
Yelp

Electric
41, South Mall, Cork City, County Cork, Ireland
Telephone: +353 (0)21-4222990
E-mail: info@electriccork.com

http://www.electriccork.com/

Follow Electric on Twitter: @ElectricCork
Like Electric on Facebook

Liberty Grill

Washington Street, Cork City

Greenes Restaurant
MacCurtain Street, Cork City
Tel: 021 4552279

Ballymaloe Cookery School
Cloyne, Co. Cork

FarmGate Restaurant 
Upstairs at The English Market

Idaho Café
19 Caroline Street, Cork City
Tel: 021 427 6376

Crawford Gallery  Café
In Crawford Gallery

Market Lane

Café Paradiso

Orchids Restaurant at Hayfield Manor Hotel

Franciscan Well

Bierhaus Cork

•   Alternative Bread Company
•   Ardsallagh Goat Farm
•   Baldwin’s Ice Cream
•   Ballymaloe House
•   Ballyvolane House
•   Cafe Paradiso
•   Cronin’s Pub
•   Fishy Fishy
•   Glebe Café
•   Gubbeen Smokehouse
•   Hayfield Manor
•   Liberty Grill
•   Lorge Chocolatier
•   McCarthy’s Family Butchers
•   Nash 19
•   O’Brien Chop House
•   O’Flynn’s Gourmet Sausages
•   On the Pig’s Back
•   The Poachers Inn
•   Seymour’s of Cork

Fall Into Opera Lane

SHOPPING

Yarn Shops in the City

Cork Button Factory

Opera Lane Store Directory

Laundrettes in the City

Second-hand Shopping

CC Viyella, Compu B, GAP, H&M, Kuyichi, New Look, Next, Only, River Island, Therapie, TopShop/TopMan, Tommy Hilfiger,  Vila Clothles. 
Located in Opera Lane off Patrick’s Street

Stitch or Switch at Chambers

Vibes & Scribes

MORE

Eat Locally, Shop Locally in Cork City

Bookstore on Paul Street

Cork Blogs…

• Munster Pubs

• Cork Food Blog (Billy, Co. Cork)

• Ballymaloe Cookery School (Darina, Co. Cork)

• Cooking Peas & Q’s(Evin, Cork City)

• Bibliocook (Cork City)

• Good Food Ireland

• Food Fight

• Great Food

• Cheap Eats IE

• Jamaican-American Expat

• Stolen Stitches

• Good Food Ireland

• Food Fight

• Great Food

• Cheap Eats IE

• Munster Pubs

• Cork Food Blog (Billy, Co. Cork)

• Ballymaloe Cookery School (Darina, Co. Cork)

• Cooking Peas & Q’s (Evin, Cork City)

• Bibliocook (Cork City)

• Good Mood Food Blog (Donal Skehan, Dublin)

• Beer Nut (Dublin)

• The Dublin Gobbler (Dublin)

• Boho Kitchen (Candi, Waterford)

• Val’s Kitchen (Val, Limerick)

• Limerick Post Food Section (Limerick)

• Irish Craft Brewer

• Beer Geek in Ireland

7 thoughts on “Cork City

  1. Traci says:

    Oh no! I was desperate to read your Cork City Survival Kit….but the file can’t be found! 😦

  2. Evin says:

    It is down for improvements.

  3. Ger says:

    Hola! I’ve been following your site for a long time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Atascocita Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the great work!

  4. Jordan says:

    My English husband and our 15month old and I (american) are moving to cork in a week. Where is a good area to begin looking for accomodation? On a map you can only tell so much! We like quiet and safer areas…

  5. James Walsh says:

    What a great blog. Love it.
    Here’s a piece I found from My Ireland Tour. It shows old photos of Cork alongside new photos taken from the exact location. Really interesting to see the difference over time. Some of the old photos are over 100 years old. In one photo of The Grand Parade (from 1948) you can see, where Bishop Lucey Park is now, a line of buildings. Strange to think that buildings made way for a green area, usually the other way around now a days.
    http://www.myirelandtour.com/ireland-then-and-now/cork.php

  6. Terry R Learn says:

    Fantastic blog. My wife and I are planning a 9 night trip to Cork the end of February 2017. Your tips will all be very helpful. Keep up the great work.

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