No.76 is working on becoming its best self.
After 5 weeks in business, new Cork spot No.76 are closing in order to make "enhancements" to their bar, with the goal to make the bar/restaurant an "even more beautiful experience." The bar wanted to open for the busy Christmas period, as well as stagger out the work required in order to avoid unnecessary disruption for guests of the hotel.
We first covered No.76's exciting opening last month, making note in particular of their sustainable practices.
No.76 opened within the Imperial Hotel at the beginning of December, just in time for the Christmas period. They have a huge focus on sustainability, changing their menu depending on the season, and using local sourced ingredients wherever possible to reduce their need to import goods.
The Cork bar serves sustainably prepared cocktails, put together by their talented team of mixologists, and also offers live music, light bites, as well as an extensive wine list. The bar even has a great selection of vegan wine, all stocked from European suppliers.
While there's no reopening date so far, No.76 have said they will remain closed for January in order to complete some Phase 2 work as it is often a quieter month.
We're sure Cork locals and tourists alike are looking forward to them reopening in February.
Header images via Instagram/no.76corkcity
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