Posts Tagged ‘wine’

Logan Wine & Food evening

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Thomas Woodberry Wines have published this event in their Facebook page and we find it very interesting.

Hope there are still some places and you can join them this Friday 27th from 8 pm (in Middle Street). This is the information about the event:

We’re delighted to welcome back Peter Logan of Logan Wines this month. In conjunction with our neighbours in Kappa Ya Japanese Restaurant, Peter will be guiding us trough a selection of wines which will be paired with some great Japanese and Japanese inspired dishes. Tickets for this wonderful evening’s food & wine tasting are €35 per person or €60 for 2 people. Tickets can be order via email, or over the phone on 091-533706.

Spaces are limited.

For any further information or queries drop us an email, or give us a call on 091-533706

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WINE TASTING

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Thomas Woodberry Wines, in 3 Middle Street Mews, in Middle Street organizes every now and then wine tastings to celebrate a variety of grape or to try all the different wines of a country.

Tomorrow, Thursday 20th of June from 5 to 8 pm it’s all about Grenache.

Grenache is the most widely planted red grape in the world and responsible for the velvety, voluptuous mouth-feel that people love in wine; but it rarely gets the credit it deserves because it’s often used in blends, hence the friends! It’s time to change all that!  We love Grenache and to celebrate this groovy grape.This is the perfect opportunity to learn something new and have some fun.

There are two other events for July, don’t miss them:

319201.tasting-scheduleAnd if you are a wine lover, check out their blog, you can learn a lot about the infinite world of wine.

Le Petit Rouge, eat and dance

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Let’s face it, if you are starving, don’t come here, go to the Rouge, the big brother. If you are just hungry or just love cheese and wine, Le Petit Rouge it’s your place. And remember: before, during or after dinner you are going to dance.

The menu is short: cheese, bruschetta, cured meat and plenty (PLENTY) of wine, french wine, of course (Bordeaux, Bourgogne, Alsace… all the french wine areas can be found in their bottles).

But as short as it is,  it’s tasty, good food, the show is not on the plates, it’s on the stage, you can enjoy it especially if you like latin and french music because from Tuesday to Sunday there’s always something going on.

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5 days a week they offer these musical activities:

Tuesdays : Salsa classes from 7pm.

Wednesdays: Bossa nova, Brazilian night.

Thursdays: classical night with acoustic guitars.

Fridays: Background french music welcomes you to the french wine bar.

Sundays: Surprise parties, early live, afternoon gigs of all kinds.

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Le Petit Rouge is open from 6 pm from Tuesday to Saturday.

It is located in the 38 of Dominick Street

And this Sunday May 19th they are celebrating the French mega Ball (great excuse to go there)