An Brogview full listing
Tel: +353 (0)21 4270074
Fax: +353 (0)21 4278306
Proprietor: NIALL KEARNEY
An Brog opened its doors in 1992 and since then has grown and expanded into Cork’s leading indie alternative bar. It's open till 2am every night and as always admission is free. The DJ's play a mix of classic indie rock and up to the minute tunes which the punters love. An Brog also indulges those who want to see some live gigs all of which have been free since 1992. Bands to have graced our stage have included Boss Volenti, The Chalets, Duke Special, The Frank and Walters The Coronas, The Blizzards, Delorentos, Fight Like Apes, Electric Eel Shock (Japan) and most local indie/rock bands.
Such bands included Rulers of the Planet, Rest, Wiggle, and 10past7. Locals have seen Circus Cat, When Good Pets Go Bad and a host of hot new talent play recently - keeping to the Brog's policy of supporting new bands. A host of well known faces have also popped in for a pint or six. Tommy Tiernan, Glen Hansard, Cillian Murphy, Johnathan Rhys Myers, Vince Vaughan, Michael Madsen & Vinnie Jones have all popped up at the bar at some stage. Although not on the same night! So why not pop by if your in the area and say hello.
An Dilly Dally Inn Corkview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 87 2807262
Proprietor: Paudie Dineen
The Dilly Dally Inn is a family run local pub which has adapted to cater for all walks of life and has changed with the challenges the licenced trade has had to endure over the years.
An Spailpín Fanachview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 21 4277949
Proprietor: John O'Connor
An Spailpín Fanach (the Migrant Worker) was founded in 1779 across the street from the Beamish & Crawford Brewery (which ceased production in March 2009). It is a traditional Irish bar offering live music Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. “a lovely soothing place with low ceilings, exposed brick walls, flagstone floors, fireplaces, a simple wooden bar and woven rush seats”. (Quote from Frommers Ireland 2009). Its cosy, lively atmosphere makes it popular with tourists and locals alike.
Home to "The Cork Singers Club" on Sunday nights September to June, except Bank holiday weekends; a night of unaccompanied Traditional Singing. Also "The Cork Yarnspinners" a night of storytelling and song on the last Tuesday of each month September to June.
Bishopstown Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 21 4541151
Fax: +353 (0) 21 4541124
Proprietor: Kieran Horgan
The Bishopstown Bar & Restaurant is one of Corks finest pubs located in Bishopstown Cork. Food is served 7 days a week from 9.30am until 9.30pm. With breakfast, carvery, a la carte and pizzas available each day.
Cissie Young'sview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 21 496 2773
Proprietor: Tom Lynch
Cissie Youngs is a large and spacious bar with the comfort of your favourite local pub. Featuring traditional stove heaters and a covered smoking room. Fine lunches served every day from 12-3 pm. Perfect to enjoy all sporting events and social evenings.
Clancy's Bar & Restaurantview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 21 427 6097
Fax: +353 (0) 21 427 6026
Proprietor: C. Ross
Clancy's is one of Cork city's oldest pubs, dating back to 1824. Today, Clancy's bar and prime [with a small 'p!'] restaurant occupies 15-16 Princes Street, whilst the Liquid Lounge nightclub and the likely named Marlborough Room span straight through the city block at 29 -31 Marlborough Street.
Dennehy's Barview full listing
Tel: +353 (0) 21 427 2343
Proprietor: Con & Mary Dennehy
Dennehy’s Bar on Cork’s Corn Market Street (Coal Quay) is one of the last few remaining original authentic old pubs in the City. In the Dennehy family for over 50 Years, amid developments, progress and technology, Dennehy’s has remained true to the tradition.
Eugene's Barview full listing
Proprietor: Eugene O'Connell
Eugene's Bar is a traditional, friendly, family run business. The pub is located in the historic Shandon area and is just 5 minutes walk from Cork City Centre.
Eugene's Bar was the winner of Best Pub Front in Cork City in 2005.