L’Atitude 51 in Cork to Re-Open in November

After 20 months Beverley Mathews and the team have announced that they will be re-opening their wonderful wine venue on Union’s Quay in Cork.  Damaged by fire, Beverley has kept her wine events going in various locations around Cork, until COVID.  Taking inspiration from the cave-à-manger model the new L’Atitude 51 will be part wine shop offering grab-and-go bottles and part wine bar serving simple small plates where you can pop in for a glass and a bite, when restrictions are lifted.

In the meantime they will be open for for coffee and pastries in the morning and are delighted to working again with West Cork Coffee. They will serve lunch Tuesday to Friday with tasty soup and sandwiches, and the evening menu of small plates will feature lots of the great local produce that Cork is famous for.

The real draw will, as always  be their wine selection, their offering includes a wide selection of organic/biodynamic and natural wines sourced from small-scale independent winemakers.L’Atitude  is fully-licensed, so there will be craft beer on tap and in bottle and a selection of spirits and cocktails.   Due to current restrictions they will initially be opening as a Wine Shop  and will offer take out coffee and lunch during the week and L’Atitude At Home boxes Thursday to Saturday.

They will re-open at the end of November but this Thursday 19th November, they will open from 4-6.30pm selling Beaujolais Nouveau Boxes.  The offer includes 6 different Beaujolais from some of the leading natural wine producers. Boxes contain hearty Boeuf Bourguignon by Ali’s Kitchen, crusty baguette, cheese to finish it all off and of course a bottle of 2020 Beaujolais Nouveau. Price €60 for 2 (€40 for 1) so you can recreate your own Beaujolais celebration at home. To pre-order email info@latitude51.ie. Collection Thursday from 4-6.30pm from L’Atitude 51. Mixed cases of the 6 Beaujolais and single bottles will also be available.

L’Atitude 51, Union Quay, Cork.  Tel: 021 239 0219 http://www.latitude51.ie/


Sean Mitchell

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