Award-winning fully-licenced Wine Bar in Cork City, open for morning coffee, lunch and light evening meals. We serve a wide selection of organic, biodynamic & natural wine and honest and simple food based on traditional home-cooking found in French Bistros and Italian Trattorias.

We choose wines and ingredients that respect the environment in which they are grown and that taste of their origin, making every effort to work with seasons. We work with local producers wherever we can.




If you love drinking and learning about wine, check out our list of upcoming events.

We host a variety of fun and informative wine-themed events, including wine courses, tutored tastings, masterclasses, and much more in our Wine Workshop.


Tuesday, March 20th 6.30pm:

Grapes, Grains & Strains –  UCC microbiology lecturer John Morrissey to talk about how he redesigns yeast to make different flavours, and Kate Clancy, beer sommelier of the Franciscan Well, who will guide us through the flavours in our craft beer, and yours truly will demonstrate the effect yeast has on wine. There’ll also be a few more tastes and aromas to make this the best microbiology lesson you’ll ever get!                                                                                                                        This is a free, but ticketed event.
Bookings must be made through Eventbrite at the following link:

Friday, March 23rd 7.00pm:

Speed Tasting – The Most Fun Way to Learn About Wine – Price €30pp. Booking Essential

Wednesday, March 28th 7.30pm:

CineCafe : Haute – Cuisine -Tickets €15. Spaces Limited so Booking Essential.  It’s a French comedy-drama based on the true story of Danièle Mazet-Delpeuch and how she was appointed the private chef for François Mitterrand.
Catherine Frot plays Hortense Laborie, a renowned chef from Perigord, who is appointed by the President of the Republic to be his personal cook, responsible for creating all his meals at the Elysée Palace. Despite jealous resentment from the other kitchen staff, Hortense quickly establishes herself, thanks to her indomitable spirit. The authenticity of her cooking soon seduces the President, but the corridors of power are littered with traps…
Join us to see how we interpret the movie through taste.

Saturday, April 7th – Saturday, April 28th- It will run over 4 Saturdays from 3.30 pm to 5.00pm:

Wine Fundamentals Level 2 Course – Each class costs €40, or €160 for the full course (€140 with discount).

Thursday, April 12th 7.30pm:

“Frogs Attack”: Exclusive Pop-Up Dinner featuring renowned Parisian Chef “Antony Cointre” aka “The Flying Cook”, accompanied by friends: natural winemakers Agnès and Jean Foillard from the Beaujolais region; Thierry Puzelat from the Loire Valley, as well as the writer, comedian and wine enthusiast Sébastien Barrier. The dinners will feature a six-course tasting menu prepared by Antony Cointre, alongside a choice of wines from the winegrowers to be available at retail price for the night in assocation. Event is in assocation with Le Caveau Wine Importers.

Tickets €50 Booking Essential. Tickets can be purchased in advance from L’Atitude 51.

Click here for further information on this event

Tuesday, April 24th 7.30pm:

Atlantic v Mediterranean Influences – Spaces limited so booking essential – Tickets: €15 (includes canapés and tasting).  In association with Wines of Spain we are delighted to welcome back Spanish wine expert Rafael Salazar to guide us through the main differences between these two Spanish coastal regions with a tasting of carefully selected wines to help demonstrate this.