Claire Nash founded Nash19 Restaurant in 1992. She has since evolved and grown the restaurant into a food shop, Gallery and currently the addition of an outdoor heated street space i.e Eat on the Street, Princes Street Cork City. We employ up to 22 people at peak times and support many food producers and artisans in our region. We [...]
Delighted to be back open for Christmas, We have less accomdation than we would normally have in order to keep Social & Physical Distance in between our tables. Due to 30% of Reservations not arriving today, we have made the decision to close our reservations for the following few weeks, Claire will look after you all as you walk [...]
Hiring Full time waiting & Kitchen Staff. Training and experience with a passion for the Hospitality Industry. We run a Cafe, Restaurant and Food Shop with seating both indoors & on the Street. #Princesstreet. Be part of a Team who work hard and contribute to Cork's Vibrant Restaurant Sector. Love what you do and email us for interview include [...]
Yes, We are open for level 5, Cafe, Shop & Takeaway. Wednesday - Saturday 9:30am to 4pm, until further notice. We are taking a well deserved break from October 25th to November 1st, Re -opening on the 4th November.
Unfortunately we are still closed. However, behind the scenes, we are busy planning the way forward for Nash. By mid-June we will have an extended take-away menu and our shop going. We are closely monitoring the WHO, HSE and Restaurant Association guidelines and working with our Food Safety Company to ensure that when we do re-open fully, we have [...]
Jamu has landed at Nash 19! MuTonics are supplying us with this immune boosting tonic that puts a pep in your step. Recently listed as one of Ireland's Top 30 Food Experiences to try in 2019, Clovis Ferguson and Ruth Calder-Potts' Jamu Tonic is one to watch. "A powerful tonic made from Turmeric, Ginger and other powerful herbs and [...]
"Find whatever it is that will allow you to totally switch off, then do it regularly." Claire's advice to anyone in Ireland thinking of getting into the art of Restaurat eurship. Claire appeared in Gillian Nelis' write up in the Sunday Business Post alongside other Irish restaurant owners giving their top tips. https://www.businesspost.ie/magazine/get-cooking-stay-cooking-436154
Be the hostess with the most this Christmas! GET yourself ready first or you’ll be that person with the red face and hair in a pony-tail when your guests arrive; appoint a helper to answer the door’ and have lip gloss stashed around the place to retouch. These are just some of the invaluable nuggets of advice shared by [...]