RED DIVINE RESTAURANT is a restaurant, wine bar and restaurant in the heart of Cork.
Located at the corner of the river Doon Road and the Wicklow Bridge, it has been a part of Cork’s culinary heritage for generations.
The restaurant, which opened in March last year, is owned by an Irish family, who have operated the place since 2008.
Their wine list is eclectic, ranging from classic American wines to the best in the world.
It is the perfect setting for a meal of the finest red wines.
Red wine country is a unique menu with a wide selection of fine wines from around the world, sourced from the Cork region, and the best quality in Cork, Ireland.
We have a variety of wines available in the restaurant, including an English Red, from the Château du Gard, and a Cabernet Sauvignon from the Piazza della Vittoria.
“It’s a bit like a cross between a steakhouse and a restaurant,” says Paul Connelly, the owner of Red Wine Country.
You can order your food on-site, and then have it delivered to your door at your convenience.
In the past year, the restaurant has seen a huge increase in demand, as well as the arrival of more Michelin-starred restaurants, such as the famed Doon and Wicklow bridges.
“It just adds to the excitement,” says Connelly.
“The wines we are able to serve are of the highest quality and we are looking forward to continuing to expand.”
The new restaurant will open in October.
Irish chef, writer and wine critic, Michael Cooley, has also started work on a new wine blog.
It is expected to be released later this year.