Daytime opening hours
Wednesday – Friday 5pm – 9pm
Saturday 12pm – 3.30pm & 5pm – 9pm
Sunday 12pm – 7pm
Pier 26 Restaurant
Head Chef Dan Guerin brings together his creativity and experience to ensure you have a fantastic dining experience at any time of day. He is joined in the kitchen by a team of wonderfully skilled chefs who also work incredibly hard to produce ‘simply good food’.
The dinner menus feature fish straight from the sea and locally reared/grown produce. These ingredients, along with a bit of ‘kitchen magic’, result in various tantalising dishes.
Our daytime menu is just as appealing; again using local suppliers, the kitchen creates good, wholesome breakfasts and lunches with a couple of interesting alternatives should you fancy something a little different.
You have to indulge in one of our sweet treats when you visit (or two, or three). As well as traditional cakes and biscuits, you’ll also find other titbits with a bit of a twist…
Get your stomach rumbling with a quick browse of our menus:
Passionate about local, seasonal food
Our food’s provenance is simple. All of our seasonal, sustainable fish is caught right here in Ballycotton. By using only local seafood, we help to protect Irish fish stocks whilst supporting our local fishing industry.
Our beef, lamb and pork are sourced through local butchers Pat O’ Farrell and Frank Murphy. You can enjoy the Pier 26 Grill for breakfast, brunch or lunch, safe in the knowledge that all of our pork is free range – likewise our chicken and eggs.
Derek Hannon of Green Field Farm, Knockraha grows all of our chemical-free leaves, which are planted in sync with nature and picked fresh when naturally in season. Our leaves are full of flavour and contain none of the nasties.
John Kennefick, our potato farmer, is within shouting distance of our front door and supplies us with the only “real” Ballycotton potatoes in all the land!
All of our desserts, pastries and bread are made in-house, and we use only the finest Irish cheeses for our cheese board, which goes down a treat with a coffee or two by The Golden Bean, a local, artisan coffee roaster who uses only ethically produced beans from around the world.
Ballyhoura Mountain Mushrooms, Limerick
Darren Allen, Ballymaloe - East Ferry Farm, Midleton
East Ferry Farm, Midleton
O’ Farrell’s Butchers, Midleton - Frank Murphy, Midleton
Fruit and Vegetables
The Village Greengrocer, Castlemartyr
Green Field Farm, Knockraha
Baked by head chef Dan Guerin
Micro-Greens and Edible Flowers
Leamlara Microgreens, Leamlara
Baldwin’s Farmhouse Ice Cream, Waterford
The Golden Bean, Ballymaloe
Juices and Lemonade
Tipperary Apple Farm, Tipperary
Herbs and Condiments
Yellow House Provisions, Cloyne
Richard Guerin, Ballycotton - Declan O’ Riordan, Ballycotton - Tadhg O’ Riordan, Ballycotton
- "Fancy cooling down with a cocktail as you gaze out over fishing boats and endless water? You won’t get better than at Pier 26 at Ballycotton Harbour, East Cork, made by James Walsh"