A Taste of West Cork is Ireland’s longest running food festival and is the best opportunity hundreds of local producers have to get in front of people who are passionate about food.
Annie Mays Restaurant & Bar
Contact: Angela Hurley
Phone: 00353 (0) 28 22930
Family run business, fresh food sold daily.
Casey's of Baltimore (Tel: 028 20197) is one of the most highly thought of Seafood Restaurants in West Cork, offering fresh natural products in breathtaking surroundings, overlooking the natural harbour of Church Strand Bay, the glistening Ilen River estuary (which flows through Skibbereen & Drimoleague), Mount Gabriel near Schull on the Mizen Peninsula, and Lough Ine Hill.
The award winning Glebe Café is run by three of the Perry sisters. Between them Tessa, Keziah and Jo-Jo provide the meals throughout the day and night using produce from the garden and from local producers, artisans and fishermen.
26 North Street
Kalbo’s Café is a small intimate café situated in the heart of Skibbereen serving great food all made on site or sourced locally some of which is either reared or grown on our Organic farm. We open Monday to Saturday and feature at the local farmers market Saturday morning with our mobile unit serving the best Bacon & egg butty’s ever! We are members of Good Food Ireland and have been recommended by Bridgestone guide, Georgina Cambell guides & Food & Wine magazine.
Breakfast 9am to 11.30
Lunch 12 to 5pm
Dinner 6 to 9pm Fri & Sat only (check out of season)
The Award winning Kennedy's Restaurant at The West Cork Hotel specialises on locally-caught seafood, locally-sourced seasonal game, and on the finest of local herbs and organic vegetables. Kennedy’s is open daily serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. The Ilen Bar at The West Cork Hotel also serve a full bar menu all day – to avoid disappointment please call us to reserve a table 028 21277 .
The West Cork Hotel is renowned for its “Breakfast served until 12 noon”; this is popular among leisure and corporate guests alike, with an extensive menu including the traditional full Irish Breakfast along with French Toast, Eggs Benedict and much more served until 12 noon daily.
The pub is as old as it looks, going back to 1846, and has been in the energetic and hospitable ownership of Fergus and Patricia O’Mahony since 1988; they have loved it and maintained it well (it is not unusual to find Fergus up a ladder with a paintbrush in his hand), but any refurbishments at Mary Ann’s have left its original character intact.