Electric on South Mall has noticed over these last few years that people's habits and expectations for socializing are evolving. At first, it made them nervous, but then they realized it is actually an opportunity to engage more, try new things, and be different. From this, #ElectricExperiences was born – these are events, themes, menus, and specials that Electric creates that are uniquely theirs... Continue Reading →
This post’s brunch spotlight is on Electric. Jennifer Conradie, Electric's Events & Marketing Manager, tells us that, “Brunch is served on Saturday, which most places don't do. A good value, IMO, in both bar and restaurant” Electric Location: 41 South Mall, Cork. Tel: 0214222990 Website: www.electriccork.com Twitter: @ElectricCork Facebook: Electric Hours for Breakfast/Brunch in Electric Bar: Breakfast: Mon–Fri from 10am Saturday Brunch: 10am-3:30pm Sunday Brunch: 10am-3:30pm... Continue Reading →
Six weeks ago, Electric invited me out to lunch to check out their new menu and this is what I ate. No words, just photos. And some drool.
After reading Dianne Jacob's post about food bloggers being pushovers (or not), I want to state clearly that even though I eat at Fenn's Quay and Electric at least once a week, Tweet/blog about my visits there, am friends with Kate (something that happened after I wrote my TripAdvisor review) and know Ernest and Dennis, I do not receive... Continue Reading →
I am not in the habit of posting deals or suggesting you go purchase anything in particular on this blog, but today's Living Social email had me sit up and take notice! Lunch for two for €17 at Electric in Cork City (on South Mall). This could cost as much as €40 normally, not to... Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago, I enjoyed participating in the Cork Gourmet Trail. A the time, I posted a detailed account of the day with photos (oh, they're yummy photos too), but forgot and only posted it on my new blog EvinOK.com - so here's a link so you know where to find it and three... Continue Reading →
We hear right and left that four out of five office Christmas parties will not take place and news of fiscal cutbacks in the government and our own budgets, so now more than ever we need to be able to embrace a bit of fun. This is where Denis O’Mullane comes in with his latest restaurant... Continue Reading →