Dining NOW Guide. This Week's Choices In Cork with Da Mirco and Iyers joining early birds Liberty Grill, The Glass Curtain, L'Atitude 51...

Dining NOW Guide. This Week's Choices In Cork

(Contact me before 1.00pm Wed with a sentence, a pic and a link to menu, plan to update regularly) Update #1

 w/e 05/06/2021 

Click and Collect. At Home. Takeout. Takeaway. 

Almost certainly the last week of the Dining NOW Guide as many restaurants and cafés are now beginning to concentrate on opening up to do what they love to do and that is serve customers face to face! And quite a few are no longer offering these At Home menus. I enjoyed bringing you all the details and the numbers checking in were in the thousands. All the best and see you across a table somewhere soon!

Da Mirco Weekend



We had some glorious weather last weekend and let's hope it will continue for the next few weeks with outdoor dining reopening.

Unfortunately we won't have any chance to have tables outside but we are planning to reopen through the summer with indoor dining.

This week 🇮🇹 ITALIAN FEAST 🇮🇹 is featuring our famous Homemade Ravioli filled with Aubergines, sheep’s Ricotta and sundried Tomatoes served with Pesto alla Genovese! Plus delicious starter of Carpaccio di Bresaola from Valtellina and new Dessert Strawberry Tiramisu, available from Thursday to Saturday.

Check the rest of the menu Da Mirco Click & Collect and don't forget to add Delicious Cheeses and Cured Meats from my northern italian village Morbegno, Wines and Beers

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Iyers. Choices Galore

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Liberty Grill Delivers

Fri 4th / Sat 5th June €30 per person - FREE delivery in the great Cork city area


Simple as.. We deliver on the day, when ready turn on your oven to 180 or 160 fan, Pop hot appetiser in for 8 mins, While you enjoy these, pop in your mains & sides, they will be ready as soon as you've finished your appetiser! More detail here

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Final weekend for dinner at Home with the Glass Curtain!


As always, menus will be available to order from 12pm tomorrow (Monday) via The Glass Curtain At Home

Vouchers may be redeemed against our 'At Home' offering by phoning / emailing through your order (021) 451 8659 / manager@theglasscurtain.ie

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L'Atitude Brings The Auvergne To You!



If you mention visiting vineyards in the Auvergne to most people you might receive bemused looks. “The Auvergne is for camping, not wine-tasting”, they might say. Indeed, it is better known for its cheeses, politicians and even rugby, than its wines. But the Auvergne has a long winemaking tradition, which was almost wiped out by the arrival of phylloxera. However, the determination and passion of a group of winemakers has breathed new life into the region and today the Auvergne makes some of France’s most exciting wines. 

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Jean Maupertuis is one such winemaker. A former computer scientist, Jean always loved wine, so bought a small parcel for fun in 1992, and started the legendary Domaine de Peyra in 1995 - bottles of which are highly sought after collector's items. Today he makes charming, vibrant wines and is a bit of a natural wine legend in the Auvergne. We are delighted to share one of his wines with you in this week’s box. Les Pierres Noires is a delightful gamay with raspberry, sour cherry and pomegranate flavours and distinct smoky notes, expressive of the volcanic soils. 
To know the traditional dishes of Auvergne is to understand the region itself. Food is inextricably linked to the land, which is steeped in farming traditions, creating hearty dishes to help locals through the harsher seasons as well as lighter fare perfect for picnic-ing in the scenic countryside. Its cheeses are amongst the finest in the country. We have chosen a selection of our favourite recipes and foods from the region for this week’s box so you can create your own Auvergne picnic at home - if the weather permits!
€50 for 2 ppl. Orders to info@latitude51.ie by noon Thurs. Collection Fri 4th June between 5 and 6.30pm.




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