THE ‘NEW YORKER’ BAR LAUNCHES
A new American style bar and restaurant, The New Yorker, will be officially opened at the Cork International Airport Hotel on Thursday, 20 June 2013. Following extensive investment of over half a million euro, the New Yorker is set to be a new and favorite eatery and bar with visitors and locals alike. “The local market is very important to us, and we really wanted to offer a stylish place for people in Cork to come and enjoy superb food and drink along with a great atmosphere and our renowned warm welcome,” said Aaron Mansworth, General Manager at the Cork Airport International Hotel.
“Since the extensive redevelopment by the new owners, the hotel has been exceptionally busy, and we are delighted to have a unique menu and casual dining for our visitors to the hotel and to Cork”, he added. The four star hotel is extending a warm welcome to join the official opening celebrations on the 20th June where some New Yorker style surprises and goody bags will be on offer.Executive chef, Hugh Bailey will be showcasing the new menu, which varies from week to week and accommodates all dietary requirements, using only the best artisan and locally sourced produce. The New Yorker also boasts a wide selection of wines, spirits, whiskeys and cocktails from the four corners of the globe.
The opening of the New Yorker bar and restaurant is the latest in a series of new developments and offerings at the Cork International Airport Hotel.
The ‘Lobby Lunch’ also recently launched, and from 12.30pm -3.30pm on Sundays, the buffet offers guests and locals alike a great selection of starters, soups , salads, carvery specials, dessert buffet and a special selection of healthy options for kids. Music and children’s entertainment is laid on to ensure a perfect Sunday for all the family. The ‘Lobby Lunch’ Sunday Buffett is available at a rate of €25 for adults and €5 per head for each child.