Première étape de l’itinéraire des bons plans de Conor : Cork city. Vous pouvez écouter et lire en même temps. La piste est téléchargeable. Comme ça, vous pourrez l’écouter sans avoir à vous connecter à internet.
The trail starts in Cork city.
My first Tip
I highly recommend The Electric Fish Bar on the South Mall.
Every time I come here, I just love it. They have a yummy selection of seafood, a good choice of wines, in a really buzzy atmosphere, and lovely views overlooking the River Lee. Seafood heaven !
More information and menu on the Electric website
Tip # 2
Tip #2 also from Cork city, is Cork pubs.
When in Cork, check out some of the brilliant pubs.
It’s not easy to pick my 6 favourites, but here we go, I’ve done my best:
- Mutton Lane, just off Patrick St. It’s in a little lane between Patrick St. and the English Market. This is a classic old Irish pub and is much-loved by local Corkonians.
- Crane Lane, on Phoenix St. & Arthur Mayne’s, on Pembroke St. Two very different atmospheres side by side. Crane Lane is a great live music venue with a nice outdoor courtyard, and Arthur Mayne’s is a cool tapas wine bar just next door.
- on the list: Sin é, on Coburg St. ‘Sin é’ means ‘Voila’, and it is generally considered to be the home of Irish traditional music in the southern capital.
- on the list: The Hi-B, Oliver Plunkett St. The Hi-B is a Cork institution. It is absolutely unique, there is no other pub in the world like it. You’ll just have to go and see what I mean- but guaranteed, it’s great fun.
- on the list is The Castle, #99 South Main St. This is a brilliant old pub, with a nice mix of young and old customers. I always enjoy a pint in there.
- And finally number 6 on the list: The Oval, on South Main St, #25. The Oval has a lovely cosy atmosphere, good music, a young crowd- I absolutely love the vibe !
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