Don't wait until your last night in Cork
to discover your favourite pubs
Visiting Cork this summer?
Welcome to the Cork Heritage Pub Trail
- Rising Sons Brewery
- Sin É
- The Mutton Lane Inn
- The Oval
- Crane Lane Theatre
- The Old Town Whiskey Bar at Bodega
- The Vicarstown
- Arthur Mayne’s
- Upstairs at Arthur Mayne’s
- EL Fenix
- Black Dog Saloon & Mezcalaria – BDSM Cork
- The Poor Relation
- The Midweek Pub Crawl
- De Calf Café
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.
Looking for the ultimate place to dine/dance/drink this summer? Look no further than the Vicarstown & Black Dog Saloon and Mezcaleria at 52/53 North Main Street! The Vicarstown boasts one of the cities finest beer gardens housed within some of the oldest walls in Cork City and plays host to…Read More »