Don’t try googling it.
A new craft and cocktail bar just opened on Lavitt’s Quay and the place has a rather fun name.
Nudes Craft and Cocktail bar swung open its doors and broke out the Champagne to mark the beginning of a new business venture in the space formerly home to Crack Jenny’s.
The bar hypes itself as a New York City-style hangout with the promise of flirty interiors, classic cocktails, good music, and a safe space for all LGBTQ+ folk.
All are welcome to make themselves at home on the comfy velvet chairs while soaking up the atmosphere.
Some cocktail highlights include the Rum Diary made with dark rum, pineapple, lime, white cacao, coffee, and bitters as well as the Lucky Peach made with Bacardi, peach, grapefruit, salted honey and citrus.
The Sweetbitter sounds good too, made with vodka, lime, grapefruit, honey, jalapeño, and mint.
“We’ve been working away quietly for the last few months, ripping up and refurbing a new space for the city. Curated by the team at Dali Cork,” said the cocktail bar crew on Instagram.
“Come for the booze, stay for the vibes,” they added.
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People who were fond of the Crack Jenny’s toasties need not fret, as the boys from Some Melt have taken over the kitchen and will be supplying Cork-inspired toasties, burgers and sides at fairly reasonable prices.
The sambos are €7 and the burgers are €10 dished up by local comedian Adam Raymond alongside chef Eoin Duggan, from Dinger’s food truck in Deep South.
The lads have also teamed up with the spice kings over at Tongue Tied to create The Mule Burger that sits on top of the menu.
Food from Some Melt is currently collection only but can be enjoyed around the corner in Nudes. Nudes is open from Thursday to Sunday from 4pm.