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BDSM Classic Rock & Metal Christmas

Check out our comprehensive list of tunes here, nominate the tune you think should be our Christmas anthem and be in with the chance of winning a Keg of Rising Sons Little D’vil!

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BDSM Tattoo of the Month & the Cork International Tattoo Show

We love everything about tattoos at BDSM Cork… Eulogising everything about tattoos as an art form, our Tattoo of the Month competition has been hugely popular ever since we opened our doors in the summer of 2013.

Show us the tattoo you’re most proud of, take a snap with a member of staff, tag yourself on our Facebook page and you could be one of our monthly winners. Easy as that.

We love tattoos so much that we organised the first ever International Tattoo Show in Cork in 2013, which was followed by its second iteration in August (22nd, 23rd, 24th) with world renowned tattoo artists, live music and entertainment at St. Finbarr’s GAA club and BDSM Cork 🙂

Cocktail time @ BDSM Cork

Custom cocktails and Call-shots have found their home at BDSM Cork. Tired of the same old boring cocktail recipes? Look no further than the Black Dog Saloon & Mezcalaria where our immensely talent staff use their experience and knowledge to create some of the edgiest cocktails across town.

Complimented by our speciality whiskies and tequilas, we have searched the world for the very finest ingredients and even have a beautiful 2 for €10 offer that will compliment your wallet/purse as well as your taste buds.

Cork Beer Walks

Bringing you the very best deals across Cork’s finest Heritage Pubs, BDSM Cork is part of the Cork Beer Walks trail. Pick up a map in any of the Cork Beer Walks venues and avail of excellent savings in Cork’s favourite nightclub, cocktail bars, restaurants, and more before rocking your night away at BDSM…

Other Pubs We Like..

  • Bodega

    Housed in the unique setting that is St. Peters Market on Cork city's Coal Quay, visiting the Bodega is an unforgettable experience no matter the time of day or night. One of Cork's finest restaurants by day – with food sourced on a daily basis from the city's famous English Market – the Bodega transforms into a vibrant nightclub as darkness descends.

    Visit Website >

    Arthur Mayne

    A 120-year-old chemist turned wine bar, Arthur Mayne's Pharmacy has brought something a little extra special to Cork's nightlife in recent years. A state-of-the-art enomatic wine system allows customers sample 24 different wines by the half glass or glass while nibbling on a range of tasty snacks and treats throughout the day.

    Visit Website >
  • The Vicarstown Inn

    Named for an area of county Cork just north of the city, the Vicarstown Inn is a pub that is old and traditional in character, but with a modern and very different twist. Fish tanks, DJs and a range of local and craft beers are some of what this bar is about, all while set on the unique pathway that is the citys North Main Street.

    Visit Website >

    The Oval

    A pub like no other, The Oval is located in one of the most historic parts of Cork city. Famed for its stunning interior ceiling and its status as an important 20th century building in Cork, the bar has a clearly indie vibe with its warm peat fire drawing the crowds. The pub is reported to be haunted by a soldier in ragged uniform.

    Visit Website >
  • The Mutton Lane Inn

    Located right next to the citys famous English Market, this pub is as Cork-centric as you get. You cant enter the Mutton Lane Inn and its adjoining laneway without noticing the colourful mural running the entire length of the lane itself, and theres few better places to enjoy a quiet pint than this wooden and candle-lit establishment.

    Visit Website >

    Sin É

    If it's quality traditional Irish music and genuine craic youre looking for, go no further than the Sin E on Coburg Street. Home to some of Cork's finest musicians and creative talents, this place is all about enjoying the stout, horse racing, live music, the art of conversation and maintaining a positive outlook on life.

    Visit Website >
  • Crane Lane Theatre

    Steeped in history that reaches back to the 1920s, the Crane Lane Theatre has established itself as one of the finest live music venues since it opened its doors in 2006. Think Hunter S. Thompson meets Joyce around midnight – with a choice of bars, craft beers and a unique smoking garden.

    Visit Website >

Other Pubs We Like..

  • Bodega

    Housed in the unique setting that is St. Peters Market on Cork city's Coal Quay, visiting the Bodega is an unforgettable experience no matter the time of day or night. One of Cork's finest restaurants by day – with food sourced on a daily basis from the city's famous English Market – the Bodega transforms into a vibrant nightclub as darkness descends.

    Visit Website >

    Arthur Mayne

    A 120-year-old chemist turned wine bar, Arthur Mayne's Pharmacy has brought something a little extra special to Cork's nightlife in recent years. A state-of-the-art enomatic wine system allows customers sample 24 different wines by the half glass or glass while nibbling on a range of tasty snacks and treats throughout the day.

    Visit Website >
  • The Vicarstown Inn

    Named for an area of county Cork just north of the city, the Vicarstown Inn is a pub that is old and traditional in character, but with a modern and very different twist. Fish tanks, DJs and a range of local and craft beers are some of what this bar is about, all while set on the unique pathway that is the citys North Main Street.

    Visit Website >

    The Oval

    A pub like no other, The Oval is located in one of the most historic parts of Cork city. Famed for its stunning interior ceiling and its status as an important 20th century building in Cork, the bar has a clearly indie vibe with its warm peat fire drawing the crowds. The pub is reported to be haunted by a soldier in ragged uniform.

    Visit Website >
  • The Mutton Lane Inn

    Located right next to the citys famous English Market, this pub is as Cork-centric as you get. You cant enter the Mutton Lane Inn and its adjoining laneway without noticing the colourful mural running the entire length of the lane itself, and theres few better places to enjoy a quiet pint than this wooden and candle-lit establishment.

    Visit Website >

    Sin É

    If it's quality traditional Irish music and genuine craic youre looking for, go no further than the Sin E on Coburg Street. Home to some of Cork's finest musicians and creative talents, this place is all about enjoying the stout, horse racing, live music, the art of conversation and maintaining a positive outlook on life.

    Visit Website >
  • Crane Lane Theatre

    Steeped in history that reaches back to the 1920s, the Crane Lane Theatre has established itself as one of the finest live music venues since it opened its doors in 2006. Think Hunter S. Thompson meets Joyce around midnight – with a choice of bars, craft beers and a unique smoking garden.

    Visit Website >