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So I did some research about Cork before I came, and The Mutton Lane ended at the top of my list.
And after some walking around I finally found this “Diagonal Alley” looking pub going centuries back.
And people this is really worth visiting!!
I was in Cork for less than two hours in the afternoon while doing a tour to Blarney Castle. I wandered around the city and happened to come across the Mutton Lane Inn. It looked cool and I was right. I popped in for a...More
We asked a local where to stop while in Cork for a pint and were directed to Mutton Lane. What a find. Just off the English Market, it's an intimate quiet oasis during the bustle times in the Market. While they don't serve food, the...More
...centuries is worth a visit in my book. Had a great pint of Rising Son Handsom in there and read the papers on Saturday morning. Dark, atmospheric and mildly reminiscent of Harry Potter's Diagon Alley, even if the barman was a little unfriendly - definitely...More
My son and I went here on a recommendation from people we had met earlier in the day. I was able to mingle with people my age, while he was able to do that same with those of his age. The bar staff were very...More
Called in last night for my first drink of the night, it was a busy night being good Friday. I called for the drinks across a few people and the barmaid replied saying for me to say please very rudely, so I did and apologised....More
A truly fantastic pub that you'll never find without a local referral. The pub is located down a dark, narrow alley near the English Market. Truly a fantastic place with all the atmosphere you expect from a proper Irish pub. I've seen none better.