Welcome to The Blackberry Cafe

Covid 19 Update

We are opening Monday to Saturday from 9.30 to 4.30 with effect from 7/7/20 as Take-Away only.

There will be table and chairs available outside for customer use, but we request you dispose of all rubbish in the council bins. There are 3 bins in total, 1 outside the premises, 1across the road on Market street and a third on Marsh’s street adjoining the cafe, near the Church Gates.

Please note the toilet will remain closed until we return to a sit in café, there is a public toilet at the junction of Market Street and Low Street, entry fee 20 cents.

There is a picnic table outside the community hall on Marsh’s Street near the children’s playground, there is a picnic area on the road from Thomastown to Inistioge about a mile outside town overlooking Grennan Castle, Woodstock Gardens (€5 payable on exit) has a number of picnic tables.

We hope you enjoy your visit to The Blackberry Café.

Thank you for visiting my website and I hope you will come and visit our café and enjoy our home made food.

Local suppliers are at the heart of our food offering. We are proud to serve dishes using David Ward Organic Vegetables, Knockdrinna Cheese, Tess’s Bakery Bread and Cramers Grove Ice Cream. Good local suppliers have been central to the good reputation The Blackberry Cafe has gained since opening in December 2007.

My aim is to develop a reinvigorated local food culture and to become a destination for local, national and international visitors. The Blackberry Café is also a member of the Kilkenny Food Trail.

Bridgestone Guide 2010Bridgestone Guide 2011Proud member of Trail Kilkenny Food Trail