Don't wait until your last night in Cork
to discover your favourite pubs
It's Thursday afternoon
how about a pint in Sin É and a couple of hours with Kevin Barry’s City of Bohane?
Welcome to the Cork Heritage Pub Trail
Brimming full of life, character and history, spending time in the best pubs in Cork is the ideal way of enjoying a few days away from home. Corcaigh was born in the guise of a monastic settlement in the 6th Century before developing into a Viking trading port and vibrant merchant city over time.
A haven for anyone that loves to explore, Cork has a rich cultural history with writers, singers and songwriters roaming her streets to this very day. Sown into this lifestyle are the city’s Heritage Pubs – establishments that you need to enjoy and experience if you’re to truly know the region and its people.
Southern Gothic Weekender
Southern Gothic defines the nexus between punk, blues, soul, rock ‘n’ roll, groove and other underground/ independent genres by presenting a mix of music that is very wide ranging yet strangely intuitive from the universal DIY spirit and appreciation for the blues which can be found in all performers. This May bank holiday sees the Southern Gothic Weekender in the Crane Lane Theatre, El Fenix, Sin E, The Mutton Lane & B.D.S.M
It’s the same all over the world. To enjoy the heritage of your own city, we often need a visitor to come to town! In Cork, we’re lucky enough to have Heritage Day, an event run every summer since it was first organised as part of the European Capital of…Read More »