The Perry Street crew just opened a brand new café, deli and concept store
Locals are thrilled about this.
Perry Street Market Café has opened its fifth location in Cork, with a modern new café, deli and foodstore now serving a menu stuffed with mouthwatering options on Cooney’s Lane in Grange.
The café chain, run by foodie couple Brian Drinan and Paul Coffey, first opened on Drawbridge Street in Cork City Centre in 2013, adding further outlets in City Gate, Mahon, Ringaskiddy, and Little Island.
The latest addition is a concept store, where customers can shop all kinds of surprises, from artisan Irish food goodies for those weekend charcuterie boards to beautiful Tunisian hand-painted ceramics, luxury home scents from Cork-based Somas Studio, and cashmere blend throws from Tipperary-based John Hanly & Co.
It’s the ideal spot to browse for a gift or a treat while you wait for your mocha.
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“We’ll of course also have the best coffee, pastries, soup, sandwiches, and salads in Grange as well as all-day pancakes and waffles with the yummiest toppings!” the owners announced on Instagram.
You can pop into Perry Street Market in Grange from 7.30am (T12 HN2E, right across from Aldi in Grange).