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

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A little gem in a country location. That’s Flanagan’s Gastro Pub in Brickens, five kilometres from Claremorris town in Co. Mayo.

Mayo
Loam Restaurant, Galway
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Enda McEvoy is one of the quiet gentlemen of Irish food. Not for him the ranting and raving, or crashing pots and pans around. Enda goes about his business in a calm, considered manner. But don’t be fooled by his cool exterior. The humbleness of his gentle personality belies a chef with a will of iron, who really knows what he wants in his kitchen.

Galway, Galway
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The River Lee is the perfect location for a foodie or family getaway in Cork and is located near The English Market.

Cork, Cork
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Fancy a get away from it all destination? Delphi Country House and Fishing Lodge is your answer.

Leenane, Galway
An Port Mór Exterior Shot at Night in Westport County Mayo
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Multi Award-Winning Chef, Frankie Mallon, presides over the seafood restaurant at An Port Mór in Westport, Co.Mayo

Westport, Mayo
The Inside Stain Glass View in The Church Restaurant Cork
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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
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

Top Foodie Places To Stay Along The Wild Atlantic Way

Castle Hotel Macroom Cork
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A 4 Star Hotel with an intimate boutique feel. Family run with a variety of eateries all offering fresh locally sourced food.

Macroom, Cork
Maryborough Hotel & Spa, Good Food Ireland, Irish Food
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Luxury, relaxation and fantastic food in the Cork suburbs, at Maryborough Hotel & Spa located near the English Market.

Douglas, Cork
Great Southern Hotel, Killarney, Co. Kerry
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The Great Southern Killarney equals luxury in every sense. Stay and dine in this hotel based on The Ring of Kerry.

Killarney, Kerry
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
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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

Best-in-Class Producers Along The Wild Atlantic Way

Achill Oysters
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Achill Oysters produces farmed Pacific oysters close to a beautiful beach on the Atlantic Ocean around Achill Island.

Ennis, Clare
Good Food Ireland | Artisan | Jack's
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Jack and Celine Healy provide freshly baked goods, Irish farmhouse cheeses and other deli items from their Killorglin shop.

Killorglin, Kerry
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
East Ferry Farm, Co. Cork, Irish Food, Good Food Ireland
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The Fitzsimmon family have lived in East Ferry, Midleton, County Cork for generations. Robert Fitzsimmons' mother started the ball rolling in farming terms, when she produced a flock of 700 turkeys each year for private sale. She also produced chickens for Ballymaloe Cookery School and Ballymaloe House, and Declan Ryan's former restaurant Arbutus Lodge.

Midleton, Cork
Good Food Ireland | Producers | Ummera Smoked Products
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Anthony Creswell's award winning Ummera Smokehouse situated in peaceful, rural West Cork, by the banks of the Argidee

Timoleague, Cork

Speciality Shops, Delis & Cookery Schools

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This English Market stall is a favourite for those on the go and looking for a tasty sandwich while exploring Cork City.

The English Market, Cork
Good Food Ireland | Artisan | Jack's
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Jack and Celine Healy provide freshly baked goods, Irish farmhouse cheeses and other deli items from their Killorglin shop.

Killorglin, Kerry
Doolin Platter Burren Smokehouse
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Smoked Salmon like you've never tasted before, made by the award-winning Curtins, along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.

Lisdoonvarna, Clare
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Shannen Keane’s Diva Cafe and Coffee House in Ballinspittle is joined by Diva Deli and Bakery just across the road.

Cork
Good Food Ireland | Artisan | M J O'Neill Butchers
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Purchase only the best cuts of meat from this family run butchers in Clonakilty, Co. Cork.

Clonakilty, Cork
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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
Good Food Ireland | Artisan | Tom Durcan Meats
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Renowned for his Spiced Beef, Tom Durcan supplies a selection of meats from his English Market Stall.

The English Market, Cork