Liberty Grill: When a Grill is More Than That If you think a grill is not enough of a "foody" experience for a lavish night out. You would be entirely wrong when it comes to Cork's Liberty Grill. If you've ever watched a Gordon Ramsay show you'll appreciate the attitude this small restaurant has to its food. Ramsay maintains that the best food comes from fresh, local ingredients coming together to delight in their simple but pleasurable taste. Liberty Grill follows this design to the core. With a menu of well known favourites such as Devilled Crab, Barbeque Wings and Blue Cheese Burgers, and a for-one-month-only selection of seasonal a propos its offerings are at once familiar and tempting. Yet Liberty Grill's menu is only half the appeal, its staff are friendlier and more subtly attentive than any grill's front of house needs be. With their smiles and good humour it won't be long before the entire table is buoyed to picking each other's course intent on stealing a bite from every plate of food. And it is indeed a good thing that I tasted everyone at the table's courses, as my choice of food was less than stellar compared to my tablemate's. The Mussels Mariniere (a monthly offering) were typical of Irish restaurant mussels, insubstantial and lacking in the quality mix of French wine, ...