Experiences - Wild Atlantic Way

Wild Atlantic Way

Food & Drink Experiences with Locals along the Wild Atlantic Way

Taste your way…

If there was ever a part of the world that could immerse a traveller in its unique magic, it's the Wild Atlantic Way. 2,500 km of coastal roads meandering the Atlantic Ocean on the western side of the country from Kinsale in County Cork to Muff in Co Donegal. What better way to explore this spectacular journey than eating (and shopping) local specialities first hand? You will discover the Irish way of life and uncover hidden culinary gems and off-the-beaten-track eateries. Book and enjoy the perfect mix of stunning scenery, unique culture and gastronomical delights with the very best food & drink experiences.

Browse & Book Experiences Along the Wild Atlantic Way

Where To Eat & Drink Along the Wild Atlantic Way

The Burren Storehouse, Co. Clare
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If ever there was a typical Irish pub, this is it! Step inside the cosy lounge and take a step back in time.

Lisdoonvarna, Clare
Aniar Restaurant Galway
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Wild and seasonal foods are key to the unmissable menu served by J.P McMahon's Galway based restaurant Aniar.

Galway City, Galway
White Gables Restaurant | Places To Eat Good Food Ireland
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White Gables Restaurant serves up great tasting food amongst its romantic atmospheric setting in Moycullen, Galway.

Moycullen, Galway
A hummus dish served at Ard Bia and Nimmo's restaurant in Galway
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Ard Bia at Nimmo's Restaurant showcases casual dining and seasonal local produce in the heart of Galway City.

Galway, Galway
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This destination Cafe Restaurant, upstairs overlooking the market is not to be missed.

The English Market, Cork
Fishy Fishy, Co. Cork, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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You could be fooled into thinking you are in California if you eat at Fishy Fishy Restaurant on a sunny day.

Kinsale, Cork
The Church Restaurant, Co. Cork, Good Food Ireland
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Exquisite cooking skills and a wealth of local produce shine from each plate at The Church Restaurant in Skibbereen, Cork.

Skibbereen, Cork

Top Foodie Places To Stay Along The Wild Atlantic Way

Smugglers Inn Outside with Sea View
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A gorgeous little haven on the coast of Kerry, where you can enjoy breathtaking coastal views from the comfort of your bed.

Waterville, Kerry
Good Food Ireland | Places to Stay | Hayfield Manor Hotel
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Located near The English Market, this luxury family owned hotel is ideally located.

Cork City, Cork
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Discover the beauty of South West Kerry before resting up in the comfort of Quinlan & Boutique Townhouse.

Caherciveen, Kerry
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Louis Murphy runs the show here at the Dunraven Arms. He knows what his customers want. This hotelier is a Master of the Art of Charm

Adare, Limerick
Good Food Ireland | Places to Stay | Renvyle House Hotel & Resort
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Renvyle House Hotel offers a family friendly welcoming atmosphere on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.

Renvyle, Galway

Best-in-Class Producers Along The Wild Atlantic Way

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Veronica Steele's Milleens Cheese was the first artisan farmhouse cheese in Ireland, now created exactly the same way today, by Veronica and Norman's son Quinlan

Beara, Cork
Velvet Cloud, Co. Mayo, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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Irish Sheep's Milk Yogurt & Cheese handmade by the Flanagan family on their dairy farm.

Claremorris, Mayo
Durrus Cheese Good Food Ireland Provider
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‘When I think back now to when we got started – I don’t know how we did it really!’ says Jeffa Gill, of her career de

Durrus, Cork
Good Food Ireland | Producer | Glenilen Farm
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Alan and Valerie Kingston are at the helm of this outfit, which produces some of the best natural dairy products in Ireland.

Drimoleague, Cork

Speciality Shops, Delis & Cookery Schools

Aniar Restaurant Galway
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Wild and seasonal foods are key to the unmissable menu served by J.P McMahon's Galway based restaurant Aniar.

Galway City, Galway
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Stop by Kay O'Connell Fishmongers when visiting Cork City and pick up a selection of fresh locally caught fish and seafood.

The English Market, Cork