Still in Kinsale this week for Thursday Doors and it was very tempting to pop into Bruno’s for a Carbonara, only it wasn’t lunchtime.
It’s a really quirky building (you can just see the end of it where the ‘Main Street’ sign is placed) and I had planned on taking a shot of it from another angle but was distracted by the amusing slate plaques on the wall opposite the restaurant.
I wonder who put them there?
Only an Italian restaurant would have a Vespa in it’s window. We used to have one of these, many moons ago – a blue and white one.
No, it wasn’t the red half-door that drew me up this street, but I do like that, too. It was the lovely old church, now used as either a private residence or holiday accommodation.
It had three fabulous doors – can you spot the third one?
Some more colourful buildings to finish off with. We eventually ate lunch in The Milk Market and I’ve included some of its interior shots in the slide show.
Thanks for stopping by and joining me on the streets of Kinsale. Norm has some more Thursday Doors for your enjoyment over on his Blog and it’s always well worth a visit.