Cork’s best kept secret is finally out.
An Sibín is the latest addition to the Cork hospitality sector, and we couldn’t be more excited to check it out!
Incredible new venues have been popping up left right and centre lately, and this one is no exception. Setting up shop at the former ‘Kings’ premises on Princes Street, An Sibín will be opening their doors today for the first time, just in time for the busy Easter bank holiday weekend.
The brand new cafe-bar boasts a fascinating vintage interior, and comes fully decked out with some serious memorabilia of ancient Ireland (keep your eyes peeled for the paddy caps, Connemara socks, ancient pictures and antiques dotted across the walls!)
An Sibín will be serving up a a delicious menu of traditional grub guaranteed to bring you straight back to those country-side pubs of your childhood. Some stand-out, Crave-worthy menu items include a mouth-watering slow roasted rotisserie chicken, and a potato salad and stuffing sambo. Take. My. Money!
The new venue will also provide plenty of live entertainment, promising to bring ‘bia, deoch, craic & ceol’ aplenty – starting with a bang this weekend with a full set of traditional music from 5pm all weekend.
They also have some exciting plans for the summer ahead, all to be revealed soon, but you best believe they’ll have plenty of music and lunch deals to see us through those hot summer days out on the newly upgraded outdoor seating on Princes Street.
An Sibín officially opens to the public today with a launch party at 5pm, where they’ll be blaring out Trad music and good vibes all round. You can catch them over at 24 Princes Street and be sure to follow their new journey over on Instagram.