Cork Airport Gets New Cafe And Bar

By Dave Simpson
Cork Airport Gets New Cafe And Bar

A new cafe and bar called Lemon Pepper has opened at Cork Airport.


The outlet, which is managed and operated by independent foodservice provider BaxterStorey, is located in the arrivals area at Cork Airport.

Lemon Pepper will have a strong focus on local producers and serve coffee, breakfast and lunch.


The head of retail and commercial at BaxterStorey, Darren Smyth, said, “We are very proud to partner with Cork Airport. Aviation plays a pivotal role in showcasing the best of our region, and we are delighted to launch our first Lemon Pepper cafe brand this week. We look forward to developing an exciting hospitality offering, focusing on local ingredients and supporting local suppliers, all delivered through our Cork-based sister company, Brook Foods.”

The managing director at Cork Airport, Niall MacCarthy, said, “I am thrilled to welcome the Lemon Pepper cafe/food brand to Cork Airport, situated in a nice, compact unit in our landside arrivals area. BaxterStorey, the new operator, is committed to serving fresh, tasty food with a real emphasis on local Irish ingredients. Their product impressed us and made our selection decision easy.

“Cork Airport is renowned for easy, friendly travel, and because of that, more and more travellers are choosing to fly from our airport each week. An exciting, new and fresh food offering will improve the service offering at Cork Airport further.”

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