A civic space, a meeting place, a thoroughfare, and a bustling social hub of the city. With its variety of products, the pride of place accorded to small traders.
Sample local Cork cuisine and take in the lively ambiance of Cork's English Market.
The heart of Cork. Best meat: try O'Mahony's by the Grand parade entrance; Seafood: Ballycotton; best bread: Arbutus, sold in the Pigs back; best smoked salmon: Hederman (pricy but worth it)
Amazing offer of local food, feel the historical spirit of local trade traditions
Situated in the heart of Cork City, the English Market is a roofed food market and has been trading since 1788. Developed and still owned by Cork City Council, the Market is one of the oldest municip
In the centre of Cork city centre you will find The English Market. One of Corks top pics this is a place full of history and a huge range of fresh produce from meat to veg and everything in between.
“This gallery has beautiful modern Irish art, and also has a beautiful cafe and restaurant with local produce.”
“A part of Corks history, the Womens Jail in Sundays Well is a must if you want to explore Corks past!”
“Delightful breakfast/brunch and tapas menu on Thurs/ Friday and Saturday evening.”
“Med-style, Lebanese and Moroccan dishes, in a contemporary cafe/bar, yummy.”