There were two years between visits and Cork was great both times. A tapas is a unique style of dining for the area. The plates are generous and everything is good. We started out with the special of the day flatbread which was good because it was cheesy and thick, not the most flavor but still a good start. We then had mussels which were wonderful and then Philly cheese steak spring rolls which were good with their spicy mayonnaise.
Both times we sat at the bar and the bartenders and staff are all friendly and attentive. They have a nice wine list and offer wine flights which you don't see in bars too often around here. My favorite is the caiparinha. They use the real deal, cachaca, not rum like most places, and they're great!
There is outside dining if the weather is right and it's a neat spot right on the water front.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.