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Cork Wine & Tapas Bar
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Today 11:30 am – 2:00 am
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90 Front St New Bedford, MA 02740
90 Front StreetUSMassachusettsNew Bedford02740
(508) 994-9463corkwineandtapas.com
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Today 11:30 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:30 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:30 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 2:00 amSaturday 11:30 am – 2:00 amSunday 11:30 am – 2:00 am
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Rustic-chic lounge in a converted warehouse pairs globally inspired small plates with varied wines.- Google
"One of the best bars in NB."
"Would absolutely not recommend having a function in Cork's private room."
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Adam B
in the last week
Decent food. More of an older crowd, quiet most of the time, some live music. I've been a couple of times, only once was I upset when they didn't have two things I wanted on the menu.
Sandra Sousa
a year ago
Wonderful. Food was amazing. Great wine and food service. Nice jazz bar around the corner too.
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Saurav R Tuladhar
a year ago
One of the best bars in NB
A Google User
5 years ago
As good as it gets folks. This rivaled the best experiences I've had throwing events in downtown New York lounges. I had my rehearsal dinner for my wedding there on May 21, 2010 and the service, food and venue were all exceptional. We had nearly 25 people in their private room and they served appetizers with sangria, they opened up the patio for our families to socialize, they even opened their slick sound system so that I could play music from my ipod and a CD to allow for the rehearsal. Jordan and Jenny were super-attentive to every request. Then the food came and everyone was stunned at how good it was. Exquisite Sea bass, crab cakes, steak, chocolate cake, etc... etc... It just goes on and on. Definitely recommend for an event, night out with friends or for a quiet dinner for two.
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Joann Pereira
a year ago
Would absolutely not recommend having a function in Cork's private room. Extremely poor service, embarrassing small amount of food for paid guests and highly overpriced. I have had functions there in the past and would never do so again. Stick to another restaurant where you actually get what you pay for and have reputable service. Extremely disappointed.
Bob Chapin
6 years ago
This is a great place to stop at before or after a show. You can get small plates for eating light or many small plates to fill you up with a lot of different things. Wine choices are very good as well. Great place for a casual date in a sophisticated environment. Brings back fond memories of Barcelona
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David Nowell
a year ago
Held a private event here and had a great experience. Good food and service.
A Google User
3 years ago
Food - don't know as we left before getting a chance to eat. Service - Indifferent and incompetent. Management - Doomed. How anyone could leave their business in the hands of that staff I'll never know. Arrived at 5:00 with plans to see a 7:00 show at the Zeiterion. Notified "server" up front of our time budget and after 10 minutes of neglect, finally placed food and drink orders or so we thought; it's possible that never happened. After another 20 minutes of neglect, went to bar to fetch our own drinks. No apology, no change in service. There was only one server working which is understandably difficult, but she kept stopping to seat even more people, filling the restaurant to capacity, thus, worsening the situation. A well intended bartender (only other person there) jumped in to help but only generated more chaos as now newly seated customers are getting service and those waiting for a very long time were being ignored. After another 15 minutes of pure horror as we watched the increasingly uncomfortable faces of similarly trapped customers around us, we expressed our displeasure and left. When we expressed our displeasure, she gave us a blank look, no apology whatsoever- clearly didn't care.
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