Drimoleague Inn

The Drimoleague Inn

The Drimoleague Inn is a a small family-owned bar, restaurant where the friendly team serve fresh, locally sourced, home-cooked food

There’s a relaxed friendly atmosphere with excellent service. Breakfast is served between 10am and midday, lunch is served between midday and 3pm, and an excellent bar menu is on offer each afternoon.

Evening meals are served in the Drimoleague Inn’s restaurant, which takes orders up until 8pm. It’s an ideal spot for walkers making the most of the great routes along the Drimoleague Heritage Walkways and the eastern stretches of the Sheep’s Head Way.

There is a large private function room and ample off-street parking available, and there is a children’s playground adjacent to the car parking area. With full wheelchair access too, the Drimoleague Inn is a great place for weddings, celebrations, and groups arranging a meal or event together.

Drimoleague was once a major junction on the famous and much-missed West Cork Railway, and it’s still a great place to start when exploring the delights of the Drimoleague Heritage Walkways, the Sheep’s Head Way and the West Cork region.
 

Location:Drimoleague
Website:drimoleagueinn.com
Opening Hours:Bar
Monday to Thursday 10am – 11.30pm
Friday and Saturday 10am – 1pm
Sunday 10am - 11.30pm
Serving Food
Breakfast – 10am -12pm
Lunch 12 – 3pm
Midweek – Light snacks, soup and sandwiches 3pm – 9pm
Weekends – Bar Food menu every Saturday and Sunday until 8pm.
Winter Hours:
Tel:00 353 (0)28 31688
Email:info@drimoleagueinn.com
Wheelchair accessible?Wheelchair Accessible.
Wi-Fi Available?Yes
Credit Cards:Yes
Special Dietary Requirements?
TripAdvisor Reviews: Yes
Facebook:Yes
Twitter:No

Manning’s Emporium Food Tours

Manning’s Emporium Food Tours brings you to the very heart of West Cork’s foodie culture with its absorbing day tours

If you love the local food you’re tasting along the Wild Atlantic Way, take a Manning’s Emporium foodie tour and you’ll discover how the spirit of West Cork infuses the flavours on your plate.

Each of our exclusive tours gives a distinct flavour, not just of the region’s deservedly famous artisan cheeses, hams and other delicacies, but of the people who make them, and the places that inspire them.

Manning’s Emporium has a reputation as one of the best places to eat in West Cork. Now its guides will take you into the heart of West Cork’s foodie scene to meet our passionate producers, and to explore the landscapes in which they work.

This is the perfect way to get a taste for artisan produce, and to learn more about the people, places and seascapes that give West Cork food its unique character.

All Manning’s Emporium food tours must be booked in advance.

Location:Ballylickey, Bantry, Co. Cork [N71 - Bantry to Glengarriff Road]
Opening Hours:Daily, 9am-7pm
Winter Hours:Closed Mondays
Tel:00 353 (0)27 50456
Email:laura@manningsemporium.ie
Website:http://www.manningsemporium.ie
Wheelchair accessible?Access to undercover area, however no bathroom facilities.
Wi-Fi Available?Yes
Credit Cards:Yes
Special Dietary Requirements?Vegetarian, options available. Wide variety of gluten-free speciality items.
TripAdvisor Reviews: Yes
Facebook:Yes
Twitter:@emporiummanning

Manning’s Emporium

Manning's Emporium

An institution in the West Cork food scene, Manning’s Emporium is a must-visit destination for any foodie travelling along Ireland’s Atlantic coast.

Named as one of Ireland’s best 100 restaurants in The Sunday Times – February 2016

The café-delicatassen has been in the Manning family for over 70 years, evolving over that time from a post office and convenience store to what it is today: a gourmet shop renowned for its high quality local produce, fine wines and excellent service.

You’ll find a wide selection of Irish and continental farmhouse cheeses here. The owners Laura and Andrew share a passion for, and genuine knowledge of great food, and they’ll be happy to share with you suggestions about pairing their excellent selection of Irish artisan foods with the wide selection of wines on offer.

The local cheese board and good coffee are popular, and the sherry bar is a welcome new addition. Over the summer, Andrew and Laura host a range of themed food evenings in the courtyard outside the café, and these events are hugely popular with locals and visitors alike.

Manning’s also serves as a speciality food store, and so this is a great place to stop if you’re self-catering and looking for excellent wines, Irish tapas, cheeses and meats to serve at your own table.

Now you can even take a Manning’s Emporium food tour to meet some of West Cork’s best food producers with the Manning’s team.

Location:Ballylickey, Bantry, Co. Cork [N71 - Bantry to Glengarriff Road]
Opening Hours:Daily, 9am-7pm
Winter Hours:Closed Mondays
Tel:00 353 (0)27 50456
Email:laura@manningsemporium.ie
Website:http://www.manningsemporium.ie
Wheelchair accessible?Access to undercover area, however no bathroom facilities.
Wi-Fi Available?Yes
Credit Cards:Yes
Special Dietary Requirements?Vegetarian, options available. Wide variety of gluten-free speciality items.
TripAdvisor Reviews: Yes
Facebook:Yes
Twitter:@emporiummanning

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