Wild Boar Spit Roast at The Old Blarney Post Office Café May 05

Wild Boar Spit Roast

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The first day of the Summer Féile 2018 Blarney Event will no doubt have left you exhausted. When you are finished with the launch and listening to the musical talent busking around Blarney we have just the thing for you. Be sure to head over to The Old Blarney Post Office Café where a special night is planned. 

The Old Blarney Post Office Café are hosting a Wild Boar Spit Roast night that will feature Cider, Music, Wine and the legendary Ballinwillin House Wild Boar roasted on spit by none other than Patrick Mulchay. Admission to this event is €20.00 per person , which includes a glass of Chateu Mulcahy Wine or Longueville House Cider.  Proceedings start at 6pm and this  looks set to be a popular event so we highly recommend you book your place in advance . You can do this by either tel or text on 083 853 4355

Date: Saturday May 05 2018 Time: From 6pm Location: Old Blarney Post Office Café               Adm: €20.00 per person. Bookings: 083 853 4355

Old Blarney Post Office Café


The Old Blarney Post Office Café strives to use ingredients and products from Co. Cork. The bread is baked daily in an award-winning bakery Arbutus in Cork, fresh lettuce comes from Malachy Downey’s farm. Free range eggs come from a farm in nearby Whitechurch and jam and relish from West-Cork Follain’s . Our coffee is from Badger & Dodo Irish boutique rostery and they bake their own yummy cakes and deserts daily .

The cafe with its magical garden and unique location provides a fantastic venue for private parties, birthday celebrations, christenings, clubs get together etc. Since they opened their doors in May 2016 the cafe has become an integral part of Blarney's Events Calendar. They organise events ranging from Storytelling to Knitting Sessions, Book Clubs or Baking Classes. Join us for the next one!

Be sure to check out www.blarneycafe.com for their full menu & list of up coming events.

Ballinwillin House & Patrick Mulcahy


Set in 80 acres of rich pastureland in the heart of the south of Ireland’s most fertile region (the Golden Vale), Ballinwillin House, Wine Cellar & Farmyard Accommodation in Mitchelstown is a unique experience in a unique part of Ireland. Full of character and charm, this 18th century country house was built in 1727 for the Famed Agriculturalist, Sir Arthur Young, by the Earl of Kingston. It is situated on the edge of Mitchelstown (a vibrant country town). It is a family home and its newly-refurbished courtyard is home to exceptional guestrooms and private relaxation area and now available for bookings along with a functioning farm specialising in Organic Venison & Wild Boar. To learn more about Ballinwillin House please visit ballinwillinhouse.com

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Bringing his expertise to The Wild Boar Spit Roast will be no other than Pat Mulcahy of Ballinwiillin House. Pat Mulcahy and his daughter Sheena from Ballinwillin House and Farm near Mitchelstown have a herd of 800 deer, 350 wild boar, 150 goats and 40 beef cattle. The produce from his organic farm is sold online, mainly to the UK and Europe, and into hotels and restaurants around the country. All the processing and packaging is carried out on the farm so what goes out is a finished product. The produce from the farm is also served in the B&B. Read a full interview with Pat in the Irish Times Here.