*2022 Details TBC*
SeaFest takes place in Cork, when Cork Harbour will be transformed into an ‘open air sea world’ with free family-friendly activities, entertainment and attractions both on and off the water for the three-day festival.
The festival will cover all things marine – from seafood cookery to science, exploring the ships that transport us to discovering the creatures of the deep. Foodies can get tips from seafood cookery experts and sample some tasty bites.
It’s all free but some events may require pre-booking. For more information, click here.
West Waterford Festival of Food
Dates: June 10th to 12th
One of Ireland’s biggest food festivals, the West Waterford Festival of Food returns with almost 100 events, both free and ticketed.
Highlights include the Long Table Feast by Paul Flynn and Greg Harris while Tom Walsh cooks at Woodhouse Estate and The Old Bank’s David Larkin joins Luis Martin for a tasting menu. There’s a FoodCloud and GIY supper, Dungarvan Brewing Company welcomes Lily Ramirez-Foran and Anthony O’Toole and Sunday lunch at Dromana House by Colin Hennessy.
Old favourites return with the Market and demos in the Taste Waterford marquee, the Flahavan’s Greenway Breakfast, the Bake-Off, Afternoon Tea at Salterbridge House, a BBQ at Comeragh Pods, blind food and cocktail tasting and Bus Bia Tours.
For young foodies, there’s the Glanbia Fun Zone, farm trips, yoga sessions, treasure hunt and picnic, sensory cooking and reducing food waste workshops.
For further information, click here.
Taste of Dublin
Dates: June 16th to 19th
Taste of Dublin takes place in the Iveagh Gardens each year, transforming it into an unmissable foodie haven.
Taste of Dublin offers visitors the unique opportunity to source essential ingredients from artisan producers, engage with Ireland’s top culinary talent, be on the front line of masterclasses from and relax in the gourmet atmosphere of the city’s finest food and drink festival.
For further information and to buy tickets, click here.