Please, join me on Tuesday the 26th of November for a vertical tasting of one of the Attila Gere flagship wine: KOPAR
I will open the bottles from 2015, 2011, 2009 and 2007 vintages.
Attila Gere is an undoubted Star of Villany’s winemakers.
The warmest region of Hungary, famous from it’s big, full-bodied reds.
Only 12 spots are available.
Tickets available here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/big-reds-kopar-by-attila-gere-vertical-tasting-tickets-80442101491
This time we will compare two Austrian Red Grape Variety: Blaufränkisch and Zweigelt.
Biodynamic producers from Burgenland and maybe some more.
Only 12 seats.
I listen to your feedbacks and checked my rapports:)
You want to get an option to choose. So here it is:
My new menu with 2 mains. One vegetarian and one meaty.
Up to you. Your choice. I love them both 😍
Very Autumnal menu with a hint of Nostalgia.
For a dessert, I propose you a cake of my Grandma.
Hope you will enjoy the menu as same as I do.
See you Friday or Saturday:)
July is here. So, it means a new monthly menu has to be launched.
And here it is: fresh, new, and again exciting
Remember. Cheese board and cold meats board are available whole week.
The 3 other positions from the menu, only Fridays and Saturdays.
2019 The Liberties Brewers Cup
The third edition of a competition for Baristas and people who love coffee plus a bit of fun.
15 Participants will take part in a Black Coffee brewing battle reviewed by three judges.
The event will take place at LEGIT COFFEE CO. 1 Meath Mart, Meath Street. The Liberties. D8 on Sunday 7th, July 2018.
The Coffee Contest is open to the public (grab your tickets).
The Idea is to engage the local community and the Dublin coffee culture.
Sandwiches, Canapés, Pastry platters, beers will be provided by our sponsors.
Coffee: All participants must use the same coffee bean provided by our sponsor Full Circle Roasters.
Water: All participants must use the same still mineral water Ashbeck – Tesco provided by our sponsor LEGIT COFFEE CO.
Equipment/ Grinder: All participant can used their own grinders and brewing devices. An EK 43 (Turkish Blades) will be Provided by our sponsor LEGIT COFFEE CO.
Process: By a group of three, competitors will have 10 mins to brew one coffee using one preferred extraction method and present it to the judges for evaluation.
Elimination round: three judges will score the coffees using the Specialty Coffee Association’s World Brewers Cup scoresheet (compulsory round http://www.worldcoffeeevents.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/2017-WBrC-Compulsory-Service-Scoresheet.pdf ).
Final: Finalists will have 12 mins to brew their coffee using their preferred extraction method.
The same scorecard will be used by the judges to select the winner of the 2019 LIBERTIES BREWERS CUP.
Prices: Hampers (coffee, voucher, beers, brewing kit) will be given to the first 3 places.
DOOR OPEN from 1 p.m.
First Competitors from 2 p.m.
We also happy to co-operate with our beloved neighbors: LUCKY’S pub, where we will invite you for an AFTER PARTY from 5:00 p.m.
Tickets for a Competitors will be on sale from Sunday the 26th of July here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/2019-liberties-brewers-cup-tickets-62231114940
Only 15 spots available.
Since 30th of April, I will extend the opening days and hours.
From Tuesday till Thursday you will be able to get a glass (or bottle) of wine and some antipasti from 6 pm.
The main, monthly menu will be served Fridays and Saturdays evenings from 6 pm also.
Bistro is located at the back of the Legit Coffee on Meath Street.
Entrance from a side lane.
The first month of my bistro operation is almost done.
I would like to thanks to all Guests who try my Spring menu.
Also, as I mentioned many times, the menus will be change monthly.
So in the April I will prepare a dishes inspired by Venezuelan Cuisine.
By this, I would like to support my Venezuelan friends who help me in my very begining of my pop-up, and who worried about the difficult situation in their country.
The next producer which I would like to introduce you is an Andrzej Greszta from Weingut Greszta. He is a Polish man who came to Germany while ago to work as a grape picker during a harvest. He beloved wine so much that he decided to start a study about the winemaking process. And the rest of his story… he will tell you himself:) Just watch this short clip.