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Absolutely adored The Mutton Lane Inn. If you love your pints by the light of a fair few tapered candles and with some eclectic but iconic tunes thrown in, with a smattering of dimly lit romantic history and intrigue, just book your damn flights already....More
We spent 2 days in Cork and I'm currently writing this while having a pint of Beamish in the bar. It's such an amazing place. It's a cosy bar and Rudi the batman is fantastic. So welcoming and knowledgeable about the area. We've been in...More
A wonderful little pub situated down the bottom of mutton hill lane. Oldest pub in cork -1790 I think .. old fashioned interior with wonderful ambiance. Candlelit, lovely rickety tables, chairs but you can smell the history!!
Recommended for the craic
This place has so much character that I bet if you looked up character in the dictionary it would say Mutton Lane Inn. The young Irish girl behind the bar was very friendly and rather curiously the music was classic british and american rock. Great...More
I have been visiting Mutton Lane off and on for the past 30 years and it has retained the old world charm I have always found so inviting. I left Ireland many years ago but I come back to visit every year and no trip...More
So I did some research about Cork before I came, and The Mutton Lane ended at the top of my list.
And after some walking around I finally found this “Diagonal Alley” looking pub going centuries back.
And people this is really worth visiting!!
I was in Cork for less than two hours in the afternoon while doing a tour to Blarney Castle. I wandered around the city and happened to come across the Mutton Lane Inn. It looked cool and I was right. I popped in for a...More