Well known fact: cheese and wine is the most heavenly combination on earth. There is nothing better than lingering over a cheeseboard with a glass of red, whatever the time of day or year, and those of you who agree with us will be delighted to hear Dublin is now home to a tempting sounding cheese and wine pop-up café.
Meltdown is a communal pop-up situated in the heart of Dublin City Centre on Stephen’s Street Lower, serving melted cheese toasties, speciality coffee and most importantly – delectable cheeseboards and wine.
Having teamed up with Sheridan’s cheesemongers to select the finest forage for melting and lingering over and Dublin-based Upside coffee roasters, the team behind Meltdown have utilised Ireland’s finest suppliers to create a truly more-ish menu that we cannot wait to dive into.
Diners can feast on raclette, gruyere or cheddar grilled cheese sandwiches with caramelised onions or a delicious sounding Cratloe Hills sheeps cheese based “Feast of Fury” with Mcgrugh’s cured beef on sourdough.
Situated over two floors, Meltdown is also using the extra space to partner with the ‘Together for Yes’ movement, offering meditation to meet ups and movies to music as well as the obvious draw of free flowing fromage. They hope to build a community of like-minded folk, creating a truly unique space for all.
For more information visit their Facebook page.