Looking for something to do this week? The Kinsale Restaurant Week kicked off yesterday and will run right up until February 24th, highlighting some of the area's best eateries. 

Kinsale was voted Ireland's number one Food Town last year by the Restaurant Association of Ireland. The Kinsale Good Food Circle which organises this great event is a made up of eleven member restaurants which showcase the best produce around. Here is a list of restaurant and bars that are apart of the Kinsale Good Foor Circle and will be serving two-course menus for €20. 

Fishy Fishy, Crowleys Quay

This award-winning restaurant is run by husband and wife Martin and Marie Shanahan. With Martin's background as a fishmonger, you are guaranteed the freshest fish possible.

Find out more on their website.

The Bulman, Summercove

This bar is steeped in history with an atmosphere you won't forget. With a view of Summercove Village's stunning harbour, you can sit back and enjoy all that Kinsale has to offer.

Find out more on their website.

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The White Lady Hotel, Lower O'Connell Street

This boutique hotel is located 200 metres from the River Bandon and is just a five minute walk to Kinsale town. With its gorgeous rooms, this is the perfect spot for a weekend getaway.

Find out more on their website.

Finns Table, 6 Main Street

Opened in 2013 by husband and wife John and Julie Finn, Finns Table was recommended by the Michelin Guide in 2018. Using local Irish ingredients in a French cooking style, this is a beautiful example great Irish produce.

Find more details on their website.

The Blue Haven, Pearse Steet

Blue Haven won the Irish Hospitality Award in 2017 for Best Boutique Hotel in Ireland. Located just 25 minutes from Cork City, this contemporary hotel has stunning views of the Kinsale's harbour.

Find out more on their website.

Actons Hotel, Pier Road

Actons Hotel is located in the hear of Kinsale Town. This four-star hotel has been open since 1946 and is a proud founding member of the Kinsale Good Food Circle. 

Find out more on their website.

Jim Edwards, Market Quay

Jim Edwards is a great place to enjoy modern Irish cooking in a beautiful setting. Having been a part of the Edwards family since 1971, the friendly staff have mastered the skill of entertaining.

For more information go to their website.

The White House, Pearse Street

This Georgian guesthouse is run by the Frawley family. Here you will be greeted with a warm welcome, traditional surroundings and delicious food.

Find out more on their website.

The Trident Hotel, World's End

A stunning four-star hotel located on the edge of the Kinsale Habour, you can enjoy the gorgeous view while indulging in a delicious meal from Pier One Restaurant.

Find out more on their facebook page

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The Supper Club, Main Street

The Supper Club, which opened in 2016, was inspired by an idea to bring something different to Kinsale. With light evening meals and a great cocktail menu, The Supper Club is a great place to spend an evening.

Find out more on their website

The Man Friday, Scilly 

Overlooking Kinsale's beautiful harbour, The Man Friday specialises in local ingredients cooked to perfection. You have the option of dining in their cosy snug area or in the conservatory with views of the harbour, so it's a great spot to head to this week. 

Find out more on their website.

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Heading down to Kinsale this weekend? Let us know if you check out any of these spots in the comments below.