Cork locations featured as part of Georgina Campbell Awards 2021

Cork locations featured as part of Georgina Campbell Awards 2021

Claire Nash of Nash 19 was featured within the list as the winner of an award.

A NUMBER of Cork locations heave featured as part of the Georgina Campbell 2021 Awards that showcase the best of Irish food and hospitality.

Georgina Campbell Guides is Ireland's leading independent hospitality guide and this year, a number of Cork people, restaurants, pubs and cafés have been named as the winners of the annual awards that showcase the very best of Irish food and hospitality across a wide range of categories. 

Cork’s own Good Day Deli was named among the winners of a new award, the Happy Place Award alongside family-owned Blairs Inn in Cloghroe.

Owner and Operator of Sage Midleton, Kevin Aherne was named as one of the winners of the Best Pivot Award, for showcasing resilience throughout what was a difficult period for the industry.

Claire Nash of Nash 19 was named as the recipient of the 2021 Georgina Campbell Community Award which aims to honour the very best of communities across Ireland.

In another win for the Rebel County, the Award for Newcomer of the year was presented to the “extraordinary” Camus Farm Field Kitchen in Clonakilty.

Speaking on this year’s awards, Georgina Campbell described them as “a kind of love letter” to Irish food and hospitality.

“I am lost in admiration for all of the brave and dedicated people in the sector who have stretched themselves to the limit to keep their businesses going, keep their staff together if at all possible, and provide incredibly creative alternative services to customers.”

Despite everything that has happened within the last 18 months, she said that Ireland's food, tourism and hospitality remains a "very exciting and ever-developing story".

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