If Cork advance to the second round the play AEK Larnaca of Cyprus or Limcoln FC on Gibraltar.Derry City have drawn FC Midtjylland of Denmark and if victorious over two legs will face Ferencváros of Hungary or Latvia's Jelgava.The lobby bar Cocktails and Dreams, the courtyard strung with fairy lights, and the co-working spaces and artisan shops that make up the complex draw locals as well as visitors; you’ll make friends fast here.
Georgian dumplings are plump, round pouches filled with minced meat, chopped onion and spices.
Pinched closed, you then flip the dumpling over and gingerly bite into its skin, sucking out the hot soup inside before going in for whole bites.
The ancient district of Abanotubani in Tbilisi’s old quarter is home to several equally ancient sulphur bathhouses.
Head underground through brick entrances to pay an attendant for towel and sandal rental, and your choice of communal shower (separate for male and female) or private room with soaking tubs.
Don’t eat the pinched bit; it’s not always cooked through and is used for staff to later count how many were eaten.
Khinkali are omnipresent on menus in Tbilisi, but head to Barbarestan on Aghmashenebeli Avenue to try them alongside other Georgian dishes, their recipes straight from Barbare Jorjadze, a 19th-century princess and renowned cook who is generally accepted to have been Georgia’s first feminist.
Invented by pharmacist apprentice Mitrofan Lagidze in the late 1800s, the drinks are cheap, fast, and refreshing.
The most popular varieties of lemon, grape, cherry, and even chocolate, are poured and mixed from traditional dispensers at places like Acharulebi Lagidzeze and the aptly named Lagidze Water at Sameba Cathedral.
Stop into the parlour-style Books Cafe on Tsinamdzghvrishvili Street (yes, Georgian street names are epic) for a thimble full of chacha, a game of backgammon, and a browse of their used books for sale.