The event was a sell-out success.
A total of 200 lucky €125 ticketholders sat down to a sumptuous dinner al fresco on Princes Street last night, opening the first Cork on a Fork Festival.
Guests dressed for the occasion, taking their seats at the formal long table for a live music and a mouthwatering meal that showcased the range of quality local produce and the culinary offering on the street.
Participating restaurants included Nash19, Quinlan’s Seafood Restaurant, Ristorante Rossini, Tedos Tapas & Wine Bar, Oak Fire Pizza, Burnt Pizza and Clancy’s.
A fleet of servers led by Claire Nash played a blinder throughout the event, serving course after course, with tasty cocktail and wine pairings keeping glasses clinking merrily long after dark.
The Cork on a Fork Festival continues across Cork City centre until Sunday, August 21st, with a wealth of unique experiences, food trails, tasting masterclasses, street events, bite-size food talks, cooking demos, and family fun planned.
Photos; Joleen Cronin