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A traditional bar with a national reputation for excellent seafood...
You'll be able to check out the Clonakilty black pudding, Boilie goat's cheese, Gubbeen chorizo and Bantry Bay mussels among other ingredients on the menu at the Malt House, as everything on your plate originates fro...
The sheltered, flower-filled garden at this gastropub is absolutely hopping, rain or shine, thanks to an ambitious menu that spans smoked mackeral or steak sandwiches with handcut chips to trad Irish stew and organic...
Breakfast & Brunch Spots
A prime place for lunch, this historic cafe offers lots of breakfast choices (including a 14-inch cooked Irish feast for the ‘very hungry’), sandwiches, lasagne, smoothies and puddings...
Tables out back overlook the brook, out front they are sheltered from the rain and have heaters. Inside a fire burns and you’ll enjoy the scents of excellent baked goods, fine sandwiches and other comfort foods...
Ice Cream & Gelateria
Buy a cone or tub of lush ice cream made on these lemon and raspberry–painted premises or taste them in sundaes, milkshakes and smoothies. There's a sit-down area in the candy-striped interior.
Always busy, this classic city-centre caff surprises with creative takes on standards. Ciabatta sandwiches, fine baked goods, local cheese plates and homemade preserves set the tone.
You can buy varieties of black pudding based on 19th-century recipes from Edward Twomey .
Clonakilty's farmers market sets up next to O'Donovan's Hotel.
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