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  • Bars & Cafes

    »De Barra's

    De Barra's is a friendly, neighborhood folk pub at Clonakilty that is home to a wide range of music events all through the year. Relax by the bar with an ale in your hand as you take in the vibrant buzz of the evening. Live music, gigs, music events and shows and live performances grace the dais aiming to keep you enthralled and coming back for more. DJs make sure that you are entertained through and through while the regular dose of music is sure to keep you hooked for life. Apart from live gigs, you can also catch film festivals and screenings among other cultural dos at this venue. Theme nights dot the nightly event chart and introduce an element of innovation and creativity into the happenings. Check website for more details on current and upcoming events.

    55 Pearse Street


    A family-run pub with a great atmosphere, this traditional watering hole is well worth a visit. As with many Irish pubs Hayes was once a shop too, but as time has passed the pub has taken over; pulling pints and making delicious sandwiches is now the sole business at hand. The pub was extended a couple of years ago, but the bar, fireplace, and many other original features were left intact and lend the place an endearing well-worn look. If you're on your own, be sure to browse the shelves for a book to read as you sip your pint of plain. Who could ask for anything more?

    The Square Glandore

    »An Bodhran

    This pub is a nice, quiet retreat from the busy street outside. The decor comprises teak furniture and framed newspaper clippings for the most part. Old stories of sporting glory and political upheavals are featured in the old headlines. The staff are friendly and often willing to have a chat about this and that. During the summer, it's often nice to sit back with a pint and enjoy the musicians playing an old traditional air.

    42 Oliver Plunkett Street

    »The Oyster Bar

    This roomy stylish bar is situated just off St Patrick's Street in Cork's main shopping area. It's frequently used for office parties and the like, offering a full late bar and food menu. It is also a good spot to watch a football match in comfortable surroundings; get there early and grab the leather couch. In the evenings, it tends to fill up quite quickly, as it's a convenient spot for a pint before heading out to a club. The odd karaoke session has been known to occur here, while live bands play regularly.

    4 Market Lane

    »Max's Wine Bar

    With its open fire and old oak beams, Max's Wine Bar is the perfect setting to sample an outstanding menu and wine list. Max's has won national awards for its wine list, and it really is unparalleled. But people don't only come here for the wine as the food being served is also top-notch. The atmosphere is pleasant and relaxed; the restaurant also has a great deal to recommend it. The menu is interesting, and offers a good selection of European dishes as well as a fine range of seafood dishes.

    48 Main Street
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