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Fig & Olive Café
Clonakilty, Co. Cork
Family friendly
Dog friendly
Free car parking
The Fig & Olive Café is a relaxed, family friendly café in the beautiful town of Clonakilty, West Cork. It is open daily, serving brunch, lunch and legendary sweet treats all made from scratch daily in their kitchen.

The Fig & Olive Café is a bright, spacious café with a large outdoor terrace, an abundance of parking, and a delicious selection of savoury and sweet options which would tantalise anyone’s taste buds.

The space is very child friendly, with a kids menu, crayons and toys, and even a kiddies play hut in the outdoor terrace. Just 5 minutes from Inchydoney beach, picnic hampers including kid’s lunch boxes can also be ordered and taken away.

It is located on the picturesque Wild Atlantic Way, the café has become a firm favourite with locals and visitors alike over it’s 10 years in business. Positioned beside Meadows & Bryne, it is the perfect spot to stop for a cup of local Maher’s coffee and some famous F&O apple pie after a stroll around the shops.

Contact details
Scartagh, Clonakilty, Co. Cork, Ireland
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