A scene set against a backdrop of a renovated art deco buildingRESERVATIONS
Electric Bar is a popular hangout in Cork’s vibrant social life. But despite the buzz it’s a chilled-out venue where our staff make everyone welcome. Open from 10am every day for coffees, pastries & home made scones
Electric has become one of the most popular Cork restaurants for locals & visitors alike. This has been built on a menu featuring quality prime Irish steaks, freshly caught fish & locally inspired dishes, as well as the buzzing atmosphere.View Our Restaurant
This riverside bar, situated on the first floor of Electric has panoramic views of the Trinty Church and St Finbarr’s Cathedral, as well the River Lee which cascades on the weir below.View Our Fish Bar
Gift Vouchers are now available online. To purchase a gift voucher click the link below.Purchase Gift Voucher
Choose from one of our in house experiences; Ginstitute, Whiskey Tastings or our Cocktail masterclass. Our experiences are fun & informative - ideal for groups of 4 or more.Our Experiences
Choose from our selection afternoon teas; Tea by the Lea, Afternoon G & Tea, Gentlemen's Afternoon Tea and our Cork Afternoon Tea.AFTERNOON TEA
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Electric is split into three main areas – our Bar, Restaurant and Fishbar. We also have outdoor seating for those fresh mornings and sun soaked afternoons.
Electric is located in the heart of Cork City, on the boardwalk between the Grand Parade and South Mall.
Day and night, Cork's Electric sets the scene for you to indulge in Europe's passion for socialising through food and drink, a scene set against a backdrop of a renovated art deco building