There’s about to be al fresco dining on Douglas Street.
A new deli will open at the entrance plaza of Nano Nagle Place this spring, as the charming little sister to Good Day Deli.
Nádúr Deli will be housed in the stunning little 18th-century building that sits under the shadow of the mural by Irish-Singaporean muralist and illustrator Holly Pereira which reads: “To describe my mother would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power”.
Clare Condon, who is behind Nádúr Deli and the acclaimed Good Day Deli, told Yay Cork that the new spot will focus on natural foods and wines.
There will also be outdoor seating at the kiosk on the front plaza of Nano Nagle Place on Douglas Street.
The name ‘Nádúr’ means ‘nature’ in Irish. This perfectly encapsulates the ethos of the passionate team behind Good Day Deli and Nádúr Deli, who are committed to championing sustainable food practices, preserving the natural environment, and nurturing local economies and communities.
Watch this space for more details in the coming weeks.