Live Music & Events
What's On at J.J.Coppinger's
Live music with Ireland's best bands every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday 2nd UV5
Sunday 3rd SHAMBOOLAA
Saturday 9th UNCLE SOCIAL
Sunday 10th EMMO
Saturday 16th RED EFFECT
Sunday 17th HELL FOR LEATHER
Saturday 23rd J90
Sunday 24th STEPHEN & RAY 6pm
Saturday 30th GUILTY JUDGES
Sunday 1st SHAMBOOLAA
NEW COCKTAIL MENU
IPA WHISKEY SOUR
DAMN THE WEATHER
ROASTED HAZELNUT ESPRESSO MARTINI
NOTOS ‘THE GOD OF SUMMER’ THE COPPER CUP.
REDEMPTION OLD FASHIONED STRAWBERRY PRINCE
PASSION FRUIT & GINGER MOJITO AMARETTO ROCK SOUR
SUN KISSED BELLINI
HOUSE SPICED MARGARITA
Long Live The Brave
Celebrate your event in style in an 156 year old gothic revival style building that maintains its original architectural splendour while blending some contemporary tastes.
This stunningly designed town centre bar is the perfect venue for private parties, work get togethers or any gatherings of up to 300 people.
Party Food Menus
A taste of Ireland menu
€20.00 per person
Crispy black pudding pieces served warm with Irish stout sauce
Wisps of smoked salmon with seaweed and mussel butter, brown bread
- choose between -
Fillet of chicken pieces in a Jameson whiskey mushroom sauce
Slow cooked beef and guinness stew
Irish wafers and ice cream
Finger Food Menu
Choose freshly cut sandwiches plus 4 other food items or Choose 6 food items without sandwiches €8.50 per person
Freshly cut sandwiches
Goujons of chicken in seasoned crumbs
Thick cut sausages flavoured with soy and honey
1/4 cut brioche bun stacked beef burger
West Cork black and white pudding pastry rolls
Carrigtwohill goats cheese and red onion bruschetta
Filo crusted long tail prawns with garlic dip
Open wonton of black pudding, apple and chilli bacon jam
Greek yogurt dip with green chilli, pomegranate and dipping breads
Pana Pots, chunky crispy potato flavoured with rosemary sea salt
Fruit & nut toast with rocket, cashel blue, fresh fig and pesto
This party food offering is subject to a group booking of minimum 25 persons
A taste of the rest of the world menu
Antipasti platters, olives, salami, crunchy breads, dips, pickled vegetables
Malaysian style beef satay with peanut rice
New Orleans influenced jerk chicken with trinity rice and peas
Bread and butter pudding with pillows of soft cream
This party food offering is subject to a group booking of minimum 20 persons
J.J.Coppinger's is located 300 metres from The Jameson Experience. Our neighbour on Distillers Walk is the world largest distiller of Irish whiskey and a much-celebrated home to a whiskey distillery since 1825. Our Whiskey Bar pays homage to Midleton's world renowned tradition of distilling.
Stocking a growing selection of 100 whiskeys, we are East Cork's premier whiskey bar. While exploring Ireland's Ancient East or after a tour of the distillery, call in for an authentic Irish experience and be entertained by our Whiskey Academy trained bartenders.
J.J.Coppinger’s is home to a display cabinet containing a very special collection of Midleton Very Rare Whiskeys, valued at approximately €60,000. The collection is one of only 6 in the world and is currently one shy of completion (a Midleton Very Rare 1988).
A whiskey uprising kicked-off on 55 Main Street, Midleton in February 2017 as J.J. Coppinger's bar held ‘The Whiskey Rebellion’, in association with Irish Distillers.
We celebrate each Wednesday with whiskey sour specials for €5 each. We continue the 19th Century tradition in making a whiskey sour using the following ingredients:
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The story is thick and rich – littered with folklore, seductive mythology and a quick Irish wit.
The decor is eclectic; aged mirrors, solid timberfloors, exposed brick & stoned walls, marble fireplace & brass light fittings.
The bar is stacked with a selection of whiskeys, while memorabilia honouring the fearless Irish who fought in the American Civil War is to be found throughout the venue, adding to the sense of history within these time wornwalls.
J.J. Coppinger's retains the charm and characteristics of this grand 19th century listed building while adding some contemporary class in keeping with the palpable architectural beauty of this establishment.