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Welcome to Paddy The Farmers! 

We are delighted to be back operating our indoor dining trade and doing what we do best, offering exceptional service and fresh, locally sourced dishes (as well as perfect pints!). 

To book a table with us, simply follow the link below. If you have any further questions then drop us a line at info@paddythefarmers.ie or give us a call on 021-2024504 to speak to one of our team members. Our opening hours are slightly reduced for the time being and we are closed Mondays and Tuesdays. This may account for a slight delay in response time so please bear with us. 

We will be following all Government Guidelines on Covid-19 and will be asking for proof of vaccination and photo ID. We appreciate your understanding on this matter. 

Our team are ready and waiting to welcome you all back through the doors again and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Paddy The Farmers Management

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Having a Party?

Party in style in Paddy the Farmers this summer and we can host up to ... people. So whether it's a birthday, christening, corporate dinner, or any celebration, make it Paddy the Farmers!!

Our Food

At Paddy The Farmers we pride ourselves on the quality of food we offer. All of our foods are prepared freshly in house and you can really taste the difference. Available 7 nights a week.

History of Paddy The Farmers

Paddy The Farmers as it stands today has been in operation since 2015 under the watchful eyes of the group behind SoHo Bar and Restaurant. The East Village Bar, Restaurant and Hotel and Tequila Jacks Mexican Bar & Restaurant. The  goal that is always strived for in Paddys is to welcome, feed and entertain all those who walk through its doors in a homely and relaxed environment 7 days a week.

The building itself has been standing as a Cork landmark since the 1800S where it was originally a private residence, housing  3  different families in its first 70 years. In the 1870s it was first licenced as a Public house serving  solely Murphys products.