Dublin’s first cocktail village has opened in Roe & Co Distillery. See you there?
Brought to you by Roe & Co Distillery
A village filled with cocktails... when can we move in?
Having closed its doors in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic Roe & Co Distillery, located on Dublin's historic James's Street, has finally reopened to the public... and it's bringing something new and exciting with it!
The Power House Bar is now home to Dublin's first cocktail village and every Thursday and Friday from 4.30pm to 9pm you can immerse yourself in cocktail culture while enjoying some of the delicious food and drinks on offer.
We're not just talking about any food, we're talking about lobster rolls and seafood specials from Niall Sabongi’s Salty Buoy food truck! Drool.
Roe & Co Distillery is steeped in history and it's the perfect place to unwind after a hectic week of working from your living room (it sounds easy but it's really not).
The site itself, although steeped in history, brings a mixture of modern instagrammable quirks with cosy and unique furnishings, which will not only induce envy amongst your friends but the classic DM slides will be bountiful "OMG! WHERE IS THIS?!"
The cocktail menu on offer includes fun and flavour-filled mixed drinks, including Roe & Co slushies too. Divine. You can also expect a great array of beers, so there’s something for everyone!
Life isn't back to normal, nor will it be for a while, but that doesn't mean we can't enjoy a delicious drink and safely catch up with friends and family while getting a breathtaking pic for the Gram (you know you want to).
“If you want to book a table at Roe & Co Power House Bar or check out their 'Cocktail Workshop Experience' head over to their website for booking info.
Brought to you by Roe & Co.
Roe & Co Distillery, 92 St. James’ Street, Dublin 8