Ladies who brunch … escape the weather blues at five of Kilkenny’s favourite venues
A PICNIC in the park might be out of the question this weekend if the weather forecast is to be believed. Instead pop along to one of these Kilkenny favourites and rest your weary bones while staying warm and dry. Cradle a mug of hot chocolate and browse the delicious menus.
Mocha’s Vintage Tearooms and Restaurant, Gas House Lane
You can enjoy the beautiful interior while trying to choose from the menu, which offers such delights as handcut fries, full Irish, homemade soup, hot chocolate, gluten free bread and more. Trip Advisor awarded them a 2019 Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame in last month.
Riverview Bar, Kilkenny Rivercourt Hotel, The Bridge, John Street
Enjoy your choice of delicious options from their bar menu, such as tempura prawns, spicy chicken wings, creamy seafood chowder and more. Take time out from the hustle and bustle and enjoy lunch in the beautiful surroundings.
Petronella Restaurant/Café, The Butterslip
This hidden gem on the butterslip offers a range of Irish, European and Vegetarian Cuisine. It offers a relaxed dining experience in a central location.
Foodworks, 7 Parliament Street
Award-winning dining offering quality local produce such as fresh fish, pizza and pork from their farm.
Café le Coco, Patrick Street
Small and cosy, it packs a punch taste-wise with delicious sandwiches, cakes, buns, coffee, pancakes and much more.
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