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Food / March 23, 2022

Forest Avenue open a new wine bar

Food / March 23, 2022

Forest Avenue open a new wine bar

Forest Avenue Deli on Sussex Terrace now includes a wine bar called Forest Avenue Wine Bar.

Dublin’s newest wine bar focuses on small producers and french-inspired dishes to share. The current menu includes oysters, duck and foie gras terrine, confit potato chips and more.

Their deli will continue to be open Monday to Saturday, 10:30 to 16:00, while the Wine Bar will be open from Wednesday to Saturday, 18:00 to 23:00. Bookings can be made through Res Diary, with the last booking available for 21:00.

The new space consists of two floors. The main dining room with counter and table seating for parties of one to four and a mezzanine level with semi-private seating for parties of six.

The wine list features some highly allocated growers’ champagnes. Forest Avenue carry mostly wine they import themselves but also have a selection for other incredible producers in stock.

The Forest Avenue Group works with various organic Irish suppliers and farmers to support the biodiversity of environmental practices. The team collaborate across the venue to ensure the products they provide are free from synthetic pesticides and fertilizers.

The Forest Avenue Restaurant Group includes Forest Avenue Restaurant, Little Forest, Forest Avenue Deli and now the wine bar.

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