Planning coffees or lunch for the gang? The new Viaduct is the best venue for a catch-up
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Organising a little get-together?
Whether you’re after a lunch date for two (somewhere quiet so you can have a proper chinwag) or you’re arranging a best mates meet-up (and you’ll need high chairs and plenty of space for the buggy brigade) trying to find a stylish spot where everyone will be comfy is a tricky business.
Luckily, it’s something that The Viaduct Restaurant, Café, and Market have put some careful thought into – and Cork’s newest social spot is perfectly positioned to cater to groups of all sizes.
Wheelchair accessible and with multiple areas for each group to enjoy, you can be sure your gang will have loads of room to relax and enjoy the tasty new menus.
Here are the best tables to book:
Family dinners and midweek supper dates
Family-friendly and suitable for all occasions, the restaurant is the main dining space. Take a table here for a sumptuous meal prepared by Head Chef Keith Colgan and his team in the kitchen.
Vegan and gluten-free diners are well-catered for and the kitchen is happy to accommodate any special dietary requirements.
Breakfast with colleagues or lunch with mates
The Viaduct Café is a relaxed, local community-focused café where the menu includes daily breakfast, lunch, light bites, and delicious sweet treats. The menus are fresh and healthy and all dishes are prepared on-site.
They do a hearty breakfast, whether you’re after traditional eggs and bacon or a peanut butter Acai Bowl and later in the day, you can choose from a range of favourites including the West Cork Toasted Special or the mouth-watering Truffled Gilligan Farm Beef Burger.
Coffee and scones with Mum or a quick bite on the go
The Viaduct Market is fully stocked with locally produced products you won’t find anywhere else. In the Market bakery section, you can pick up freshly baked bread, scones, and cakes, with a ‘Grab and Go’ counter for customers who are short on time.
There’s a bountiful wine selection too.
Nestled near Cork City’s spectacular mid-19th century landmark, The Chetwynd Viaduct, just off the N71 on the Old Bandon Road, The Viaduct Restaurant, Café, and Market boasts plenty of parking and the outdoor seating areas are dog-friendly, so well-behaved canine companions are welcome.
Turns out, maybe you can please all of the people all of the time.
Cafe Dining is open from 8.00 am – 5.00 pm Monday – Saturday. 8.00 am-11.00 am on Sundays, with the Market open from 8.00 am – 7.00pm and Restaurant Dining from 12 noon – 9.00 pm.
For more information visit theviaduct.ie.