A vintage-style gastropub located on Cork’s Washington Street, Dwyers of Cork is a new addition with an old name and one we strive to live up to!


The name Dwyers is woven into the fabric of Cork, beginning in 1820 with the establishment by James Dwyer of a drapery, wholesale and haberdashery business at 26-29 Washington St. Over the next century, the enterprise grew into an empire that employed thousands, Dwyer and his descendents striding tall among the ‘merchant princes’ of the city

Our Kitchen

Dwyers of Cork offers one of the best brunch menus in Cork city centre. Operating 7 days a week from 12 noon, all of Leeside’s favourites are included – eggs benedict, Belgian-style waffles and savoury sandwiches.

Visit Dwyers of Cork for a coffee & catchup, a meal to savour or a night of fun & dancing.


A more recent addition to Dwyers of Cork is our cocktail bar and menu, which has been expertly crafted together by our experienced mixologists. Serving up classics such as Pornstar Martinis and Mojitos, alongside newer creations including the incredibly popular Strawberry Bubble and Chocolate Delight (often chosen as a dessert!)


“We had heard, as so many others had done, of Dwyers of Cork. Indeed, the name seems naturally to associate itself with the city.” – A Review of the Progress of Dwyers of Cork (1931)