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Updated by Paul Hugh O'Mahony on Sep 18, 2017
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Best people to meet in Cork Ireland

Who's worth meeting in Cork? For whatever reason... what's your reason for Listing them?
How hard are them to meet?
What's the best place to meet them? How can others contact them?
Greg Canty

Greg is friendly, full of chat, knows loads of people - so he's the kind of guy who could (if he clicked with you) introduce you to lots of locals.

He can count - was an accountant. He can write - especially blogposts that link personal stuff with business.

He's no big head... loves his coffee & chocolate in Butlers in downtown Cork...

Ballincollig - west of the city - is lucky to have him living there.

FuzionPR his business


Rahu L

Rahu L

A tourist guide to Cork provides all the travel reviews from people who travel like you, get all details on tourist place, restaurants, nightlife and accommodation.

Ernest Cantillon

Ernest is the "heart" of Cork City - he owns a few really cool places in Cork including Sober lane, Electric and the Voodoo Rooms but this is not what makes him cool. He loves the city and his generous enthusiasm for it and everyone in infectious. Cork is lucky to have him!

Stephen Grainger (StevieGrainger) on Twitter
Stevie is Mr Music in Cork - a DJ with Red FM and one of the owners of music venue and bar, The Pavilion. He does incredible work with young musicians in Cork - a generous soul who tries his best for everyone: The latest from Stephen Grainger (@StevieGrainger). DJ at Footsteps/Jam; helps run Pavilion venue, works on RedFM including Black on Red (soul/hip-hop/jazz/reggae/disco) Cork City , Ireland
Deirdre O'Shaughnessy
Editor of the Cork Independent newspaper - she's easily the best editorial writer I know anywhere.
Bright as a button, open to new ideas, driven by values...
Easy to contact via social media... Twitter @deshocks
Often meets in Nash19 - cafe, restaurant - on Princes Street (downtown)
In no way arrogant...
Mairead O Brien Ryan
Mairead is the extraordinary manager of the remarkable Nash19 restaurant on Princes Street (downtown).
It's the way she greets people & pays attention to what they want that makes her memorable.
She has huge knowledge of locally produced food... She's been recognised as Cork "employee of the year 2011-12.
Always comes across as a very friendly, efficient & good humoured person.