Cava Bodega is the reincarnation of the popular Cava Restaurant which has been created by local restauranteurs JP Mc Mahon and Drigin Gaffey of Aniar Restaurant and Eat Gastropub.
The delicious menu includes such favourite as patatas bravas, scallops with black pudding, pork belly and calamares (squid).
A new feature in the menu structure is the addition of a Pinchos bar. Pinchos are small Basque-style canapés common in tapas bars all over Spain in particular San Sebastian. The general atmosphere is of a nice tapas feel upstairs, more informal, where you can have a drink and a Pincho. There is a blackboard with a list of Pinchos, from Tortilla (Spanish Omelet), to Pulpo (octopus), Morcilla (black pudding), and Iberian Ham.
Cava Bodega is situated on Middle Street, directly across from Charlie Byrne’s bookshop. It will seat up to 60 customers between the two floors, and is open from 5pm to late, 7 days a week.
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