It might be one of Cork’s prettiest locations.
Nestled beneath The Glucksman Museum in the leafy grounds of UCC, a perfectly positioned little premises has been given a new lease of life after a couple of sad years sitting idle.
Léa’s at the Glucksman is getting ready to open in the scenic spot formerly occupied by the much-missed eatery Bobo, which closed in 2020.
A sister restaurant to the popular Joes and Bros cafes on Gillabbey Street and Winthrop Street, Léa’s at the Glucksman will focus on “simple, contemporary and quirky dishes to reflect the unique setting of the venue.
The owners aim is to create a “high energy daytime breakfast, brunch, and lunch restaurant”.
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“Passionate about food, Colm, Joe and Cyprien are putting the finishing touches to the Glucksman’s new restaurant experience, to create a space that is both inviting and welcoming where you can enjoy speciality coffee, fresh juices, sweet treats, and a menu with purpose.” The Glucksman said in a statement.
Lea’s at The Glucksman opens on August 12th.