Keep on truckin’.
While indoor dining will soon return for those of us who are either fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid, the rest of us will continue to peruse our outdoor options.
All the better, then, that Cork City Council has announced Special Event Casual Trading Licenses for six new food trucks to operate between June and September – covering a delicious range of sandwiches, ice creams, coffees and more.
The businesses who have been licensed for the months to come are:
- Toasted – Tramore Valley Park
- Glanmire Ices – the Marina
- Cortado – the Marina
- Mahers Coffee – Harty’s Quay
- Cúpla Café – Clogheenmilcon Walkway, Blarney
- Toast – Ballinlough Park
Similarly, the return of the The Harley Street Market has been announced, boasting quality food from The Metropole Hotel, the Glass Curtain and Cork Sultan Delight. The market will run each week from Wednesday – Sunday until the end of September.
Lord Mayor of Cork, Cllr. Colm Kelleher said: “Casual traders play a vital role in Cork City’s economy, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic – allowing people to enjoy food in a safe, socially distanced outdoor setting.
“I welcome the new traders and wish them success over the coming months”.