Food & Drink

Antonio’s Ristorante

Chef Antonio Pisani offers traditional dishes of Romagna (Italy), an array of homemade desserts and and a healthy selection of wines.

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The Porcelain Room

Quaint, quirky, Asian-Fusion and fabulous. Joanne Cassidy and her staff deliver on rich flavours and friendly service in the heart of Ballydehob.

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Budds Restaurant

In the heart of West Cork, Budd’s of Ballydehob are here to offer you good food made with love. Open every day for lunch and Thu, Fri, Sat for dinner. Check out our website for opening hours. new

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Coolagh Bakes

Scrumptious, yummy baketastic cakes and bread available at local retailers including Camier’s Gala in Ballydehob. Call direct for special orders. HSE registered.

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The Sandboat

Craic agus Ceoil in the heart of Ballydehob. Locals from far and near bring a unique aura to the bar. Voted bar of the year in Ballydehob (1956)

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Rosie’s Bar

Traditional Pub on main street serving great drink to great customers. We have a large selection of craft beers as well as all the reliables. Free music gigs at weekends to suit all tastes and impromptu midweek sessions.

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Levis’ Corner House Bar

Levis pub in Ballydehob, Co Cork, has been in the hands of one family for over 100 years – the next generation have taken on the challenge of keeping the pub alive and maintaining that legacy

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Irish Whip

The Irish Whip is named after World Wrestling Champ Danno Mahony of Ballydehob and boasts a small gallery to him inside Pub. Brothers Denis and Finbarr O Brien, sometimes assisted by their parents Barry and Caureen, assure good banter, Irish and Country Music, storytelling and craic. If you can sing or play an instrument you are more than welcome to join in the fun. All creeds and cultures welcome

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Other Places for Food & Drink in Ballydehob

Duggan’s Restaurant/ Takeaway Main Street, 028-37149

Ina Daly’s Pub  Main Street

O’Briens Pub  Main Street (Prop. Vincent O’Mahony)





Ballydehob, the Gateway to the Mizen Peninsula in West Cork is the best of many worlds. It's rural charms, rich heritage and natural beauty epitomise the traditional Ireland that visitors love so much. It is also unabashedly and confoundingly modern in its diversity of people and trade. The area is well known for its artists, writers and alternative types. Now it is home to a growing number of innovators and trend setters, some who found it and couldn't leave, many who left and came back, and mostly those who held down the fort for the rest of us. Our home is rich in tradition, culture, music and craft nestled on Roaringwater Bay along the Wild Atlantic Way. Have we got a story for you! Pull up a stool.