Officially called Quartier Bloom in tribute to Joyce's most famous character, this charming little (very little) Italian quarter just off Ormond Quay is a hit with Dubliners long starved of quality, down-to-earth Italian food. It consists of a communal plaza area, a fabulous mural that's a modern take on Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper, and a couple of places to eat, including Enoteca delle Langhe. Italian-owned and -operated, Langhe serves up the full enoteca experience: quality, affordable Italian wines (more than 75% are sourced from the Langhe district); a limited but enticing selection of appetizers—try the perfect bruschetta with scrumptious toppings like sundried-tomato pesto and sautéed zucchini—warm, friendly, family-style service; and a constant buzz in the air. In summer, tango dancers perform outside.
Apr 25, 2008
This small walkway have 4 places to eat the Enotecca being one. Its a small wine bar that serves excellent Antipasti plates, cheese board with honey (My Favourite!) and bruschetta with a few other snack dishes. Wine changes ofter and you can get a bottle from their shelves or glasses of some excellent wine. Oh and it's all Italian! Weekends come alive outisde as there often is salsa dancing and its a nice international atmosphere. This is where
I would send people visiting Dublin