Beer still tastes the best in an Irish Pub! If you visit Cork anytime soon, are very thirsty and plan on doing a pub crawl, then I have the perfect list of the best Irish pubs in Cork for you.
Irish Pubs in Cork
Oliver Plunkett is one of the most famous Irish pubs in Cork. Why? Because every evening (7x a week) you will find Irish live music and traditional dancers/singers entertaining you with great performances. There is really nothing better than listening to Irish live music while enjoying your beer.
In addition, it has the most beautiful interior decoration ever. Comfortable sofas, candles and rustic interior design create a very cosy atmosphere.
The food, which is offered in the Oliver Punktet, is a mix of typical Irish dishes, as well as finger food.
Deep South is another famous pub in Cork. It has a big outside area and is really inviting with the heaters, keeping you warm in winter, and hanging light bulbs, creating a warm atmosphere. The best Irish pub in Cork to have great conversations over a few pints.
Franciscan Well makes the best pizzas in town. They are super thin and freshly made in a stone oven in front of your eyes. Delicious!
Franciscan Well has an outside area with heaters, which is very inviting, even in winter. Finally, this pub has its own brewery attached on the back of the pub, so you can be sure to get the best quality beer right from the tap. No wonder it belongs to the best Irish pubs in Cork.
Mutton Lane belongs to the Irish pubs in Cork which makes people curious about the inside. This inconspicuous pub is located on the tiniest street you could imagine.
Mutton Lane itself is rather small but very cosy and inviting. Because of its location, it is so unique and makes people curious about the inside.
Rising Sons has its own brewery attached as well and offers a wide selection of beer flavours. It is a very spacious Irish pub in Cork with a big screen. That’s why people like to come here and watch rugby or soccer games live.
Rising Sons is also popular for its promotional offers during the week, such as “1 pint and pizza for 12€”. So keep your eyes open!
Crane Lane has a separate dining area where you can comfortably enjoy your meal. The other part is for live music and dance evenings, with a huge dance floor and stage.
Crane Lane also offers Irish Dancing lessons as well as theme parties (Latin Night, Electro, Jazz etc.)
One thing all these Irish pubs in Cork have in common is that they are located in the city centre. Most of them are within 5 minutes walking distance from each other.
Therefore, it is very easy to reach them all, in case you plan on doing a pub crawl to try them all.
If you are not so much into drinking, you can find out more activities to do in Cork on a rainy day.