Hats off to Beverley Matthews of L'Atitude Restaurant for keeping the show on the road and then some. L'Atitude premises were damaged in a fire on St Patrick’s Day this year. Temporarily without a premises, Beverley has managed to keep her events going with the help of her many friends in the trade. A full and very interesting programme of events continue in Idaho Café on Caroline Street, Crawford & Co on Anglesea Street and Ali’s Kitchen on Rory Gallagher Place.
By mobilising the tastings, they have been able to offer on-demand tastings, travelling to people’s homes and businesses. So, while 1 Union Quay is out of action, she has not been idle! It’s a service Beverley can still provide for anyone looking to organise a tasting for a big event who might have been hoping to have it in L’Atitude.
Events in May include:
WINE FUNDAMENTALS LEVEL 2 COURSE Sat 18th May – Sat 15th June 3.00pm to 5.00pm 4-week course with 1 week break for June Bank Holiday
PRESERVING GEORGIA’S WINE TRADITION - a Tasting with John Wuderman from Pheasant’s Tears, Georgia, in association with Real Wine Month and Le Caveau on Thursday 16th May 7.30pm Venue: Ali’s Kitchen
MAY SUPPER CLUB A Collaboration between Ali’s Kitchen and L’Atitude 51 Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd May 7.30pm (2 separate events)