For the very best in wholesome traditional food, look no further than the Bodega for somewhere to eat out in Cork. The menus are very reasonably priced with a range of daily specials, and all produce is bought locally from the famous English Market.

Another option is to visit the Market itself, buy various bits and pieces from its stalls and bring them into the Mutton Lane, which is right next to Tom Durcan’s meat stall. Ask Tom for some of his brilliant spiced beef as it goes down very well with a pint of Mi Daza. For the brave, head for the fish stalls and ask them to open a few oysters for you – when you bring those back to the Mutton Lane, it truly is heaven.

Arthur Mayne offers cheese and meat plates, soup, sandwiches and a range of tasty snacks right throughout the day. The beauty of this old wine bar though is that it stays open until 2am, seven nights a week and there is nearly always something available to nibble on.

There are many fine restaurants in Cork, but Cork Heritage Pubs will endeavour to bring you an evolving offering of delights that combine perfectly with our main passion – Beer!

It's Saturday Evening

how about a pre-club drink at the Vicarstown Inn?