Welcome to the Wine Bar
We specialize in wines made by artisan growers, many of whom farm and produce their wine organically, biodynamically and ‘naturally’ (i.e. with low to very low physical and chemical intervention in the cellar). These wines are brimming with vitality, energy and drinkability. They are not made to a formula in order to please ‘the market’ – they are completely themselves, unique expressions of a specific place, vintage and culture.
As specialist independent, we excel both at finding these small batch wines as well as on our customer service ethos. We want you to have a great experience whether you pop in for a glass or a case of wine and we always endeavour to find something that suits your pocket, palate, mood and occasion.
New Kitchen, Chef, Menu, and Green Man Journey
soft opening/sample menu wednesday 30.05.18
It is with the greatest of jubilation that we finally announce the arrival of our new kitchen. It has been somewhat of an extended work in progress and we salute deservedly our blessed customers and friends for their faithfulness and patience hitherto; you’re all quite fabulous. Thank you
To mark this new episode, we couldn’t be more thrilled to announce the hugely talented Keith Coleman as our first chef in residency here at Green Man.
Keith’s consideration for provenance and seasonal cooking is noteworthy and inspiring in equal measure. Moreover, Keith is a fine ambassador for the artisanal food movement in Ireland as much as we are for the small batch/lo fi wine growers that we have championed over the years.
This sense of purpose and intimacy should translate well on the new menu with a prestigious roll call of suppliers and producers such as McNally’s Farm, Fingal Furguson, McGeough’s Connemara Fine Foods, Goatsbridge Trout Farm, and Sceal Bakery to name but a few.We will keep the small plate format as before to encourage you to explore the myriad of flavours and promote a sense of shared eating. Naturally, the wines need too will need your consideration. As always, we’ll be by your side to inform and guide you towards the best suggested pairings. Or simply draw from your autonomy and grab something from the list or shelf and get sated and merry. You know the drill.
Please let us know if you have any food intolerances/allergies Last food orders @ 10pm – Last drink orders @ 11pm. A discretionary service charge of 10% is added to parties of six and above.
In Celebration of The Real Wine Month
Col Tamarie Frizzante. Veneto, Italy (Glera, Boschera and Perera) €7.50/€35.00 (bio)
Ciello Bianco 2016. Sicily, Italy. (Catarratto) €7/€25 (organic principles)
Bodegas Menade, Verdejo Natural ‘Nosso’ 2017. Rueda, Spain (Verdejo) €8/€32 (organic)
Domaine De l’Ecu Classic 2015. Muscadet, Loire, France (Melon de Bourgogne)€8.5/€34 (bio)
Frantz Saumon, Vin de Frantz. Loire, France. (Sauvignon Blanc/Chenin Blanc) €9.5/€36 (bio)
Le Saint Andre 2017. Provence, France (Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah) €7.5/€30 (organic principles)
Fins Als Kullons 2016. Penedes, Spain (Garnacha Bianca, Sumoil, Xarel-lo) €8/€40 litre (natural/organic)
Gran Cerdo 2017, Rioja, Spain. (Tempranillo) €6.5/€29 (natural)
Le Natural 2017. Nevarra, Spain (Garnacha) €7/€28 (organic)
Le Pur Fruit Du Causse 2016. Cahors, France (Malbec) €8/€32 (organic)
Claus Presinger, Puszta Libre! 2016. Burgenland, Austria. (Zweigelt/Sainkt Laurent) €8/€32
Wednesday 5pm – 10pm
Thursday 5pm – 10pm
Friday 5pm – 10pm
Saturday 5pm – 10pm
Please let us know if you have any food intolerances/allergies. Last food orders @ 10pm – Last drink orders @ 11pm. A discretionary service charge of 10% is added to parties of six and above.