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A magnificent ruined 13th century Franciscan abbey presides over the pretty West Cork seaside village of Timoleague - a place with a long history as a culinary punctuation mark for travellers. In the ’90s, Dillon’s traditional shopfront on the main street wa ...
Carole Norman’s popular Kinsale restaurant Crackpots came into new ownership in spring 2016, when it was reopened by Tom Kay as an evening venue, The Supper Club. It's a long narrow room, with a lowish ceiling, timber floor and low lighting creating an intimate a ...
An appealing daytime spot in the centre of Kinsale, Tracy Keoghan’s lovely Lemon Leaf Café is an oasis of calm in an already cool enough town. It’s casual and relaxing, with lots of comfortable seating to choose from and a bright glass-roofed cou ...
Prosecco on tap is one of the more unusual features of Kinsale's latest restaurant, a relaxed venue in the heart of Kinsale where Helen Noonan and chef patron Paul McDonald offer an outstanding food experience, even for this foodiest of towns. Paul brings experience in ...
A picturesque 18th century coach house in the heart of Kinsale provides the perfect setting for this relaxed and atmospheric wine bar. Opened in 2013, in a town already well supplied with good casual eating places, it hit the ground running - which says a lot about owner ...
Dating back to 1978, Philip and Joss Horgan's characterful restaurant high up over the harbour is one of Kinsale's longest-established. It is also one of the most popular and, housed in a series of rooms, it has great atmosphere and a garden terrace, which makes a ...