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Nash 19: a home of tradition

Wednesday, 29th November, 2017 5:25pm

Businesses in Cork come and go at a faster pace than ever, and traditional establishments are hard to come by.

Owned and run by Claire Nash, Nash 19 on Princes Street celebrates its 25th Christmas and is, in many ways, a Cork institution.

A long-running, owner-operated café-restaurant in the heart of Cork, Nash 19 focuses on what makes Christmas really special to Cork people - the tradition.

Getting off the plane to see loved ones. Congregating together for that rare moment of togetherness that only comes around at this time of year. Those familiar tastes of home.

Nash 19 weaves all this together to create an authentic, pure Cork Christmas tradition.

Their mince has been curing for months, the puddings are wrapped, and the spiced beef, ham, chutneys and more are created with the finest of produce.

Indeed, their walnuts are supplied from trees in Grenoble in France.

Christmas has changed as the years have gone by. People cook less, families are more diverse.

This is why Nash 19 has created an extensive Christmas choice for all, from those who can buy and finish it off themselves at home, to those who don’t cook and may want a full Christmas hamper.

Nash 19 has coupled its products in hampers with hand crafted boards from Caulfield Boards, a choice of book - Nigel Slater's ‘The Christmas Chronicles’ – and special additions such as locally brewed Ballyvolane gin and slow gin and Kinsale mead.

Familiarity. Tradition. That taste of ‘that’s what I remember growing up’. That’s what Nash 19 is all about.

Nash 19’s service extends beyond just serving food, however.

Equally integral to its popularity is how it serves people. Far from a fly-by-night establishment, Nash 19 gives a personal touch and a warm greeting to its customers.

Whether you are someone who enjoys the banter of waiting in line on a hectic Christmas morning, or prefer the serenity of sitting quietly in the gallery, Nash 19 gives much more than just a business transaction to its customers.

Open up to and including Christmas Eve, Nash 19 continues its devoted service to Cork, its people and its Christmas tradition.

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