Fade Street Social Bar, Dublin – #TasteCocktailFest
Is there anything better than sipping on an expertly crafted cocktail on a summer’s evening? We think not. With that in mind, TheTaste Summer Cocktail Festival takes the hassle out of the hunt for Ireland’s finest shaken and stirred favourites.
With hotspot cocktail bars around the country showcasing their skills with a special cocktail to tantalize our readers’ tastebuds and quench their thirst for innovative new creations, #TasteCocktailFest is not to be missed.
From now until the end of August, make it your business to sample and sip as many creative concoctions in our exciting festival line up as you can – cheers!
Ruby Spritzer – €12
Celebrating the hottest and longest days of the year, Fade Street Social Bar’s mixologist Aaron has created a summery twist on the popular Aperol Spritzer.
– Aperol Italian Aperitif
– Rhubarb Syrup
– Madagascar Style Vanilla Liqueur
– Topped with Pink Lemonade and a touch of Rhubarb Aroma
– Served with fresh Irish rhubarb
Fade Street Social Bar is a New York Style Cocktail Bar in Dublin city centre. The modern building designed to be multifunctional in order to deliver the best experience to customers.
This fantastic cocktail bar is an ideal holding space for pre-dinner drinks and cocktail bar events in the heart of Dublin city. From exciting launches to casual lounging, there’s always something exciting happening at Fade Street Social Bar.
The unique and stylish rooftop Winter Garden is a cool addition to Dublin’s outdoor lounging areas and offers superb flatbreads, cocktails and fantastic views with great tunes mixed by their DJ.
Aaron is recognised for his unique pallet and approach to creating cocktails inspired by music, stories and moments.
He is trying to combine old traditional Dublin ideology with modern Dublin style: “We take old Dublin folklore and stories you’d hear in your local about town and put our spin on them with our unique cocktails.”
A good example of Aaron’s style is “The Lugs Brannigan” cocktail, which is named after a Garda who was a tidy boxer and the only one to handle the gangs in Dublin.