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DINING ALUS ARSENÅLS


4 Pils laukums (enter from Arsenåla iela) (J-1), 12.00–23.00, Fri, Sat 12.00–24.00. www.alus-arsenals.lv Traditional Latvian ‘krogs’ (taverna), standing proud since 1997, located in a historical Old Riga building, dive into rather simple, but happy Latvian gastronomy traditions— one of local favourites. Home-made meter sausages, pork legs, pork ribs and local beer on draught. We rec- ommend rustic Užavas, Piebalga, Rîgas. Try the special non-filtered Alus Arsenåls beer. Priekå! LIDO LEISURE CENTRE


76 Krasta iela, tel. 67504420, 11.00–24.00. www.lido.lv The favourite place for recreation among the residents and guests of Riga includes Europe’s biggest three-storey log building, amusement park, winter skating rink, and a mag- nificent garden. The basement has a beer cellar and brew- ery, the ground floor has a bistro with the widest choice of dishes in Latvia, a pastry shop and juice bar, while the restaurant upstairs offers exquisite cuisine in a quiet and romantic atmosphere. Live music every night. LIDO SPICE


29 Lielirbes iela, tel. 67609202, 10.00–22.00. www.lido.lv Situated in s/c Spice the bistro boasts the widest choice of dishes, as well as a pastry shop and cafeteria. With an open kitchen, so you can see how food is prepared. It also features the characteristic LIDO interior and furni- ture design. In addition to tasty meals, extensive enter- tainment opportunities and theme events are offered in the children’s amusement town. LIDO DOMINA


3 Ieri˚u iela (s/c Domina Shopping) tel. 67869834, 10.00– 21.00. www.lido.lv The third largest bistro of LIDO in Latvia in terms of area—it can seat 270 customers and its menu consists of approximately 300 various dishes. It offers a wide selection of meals for any gourmet—rich meat and fish dishes, healthy vegetables, seasonal delights, fresh fruit, delicious desserts and pastries. Little visitors can enjoy themselves at the exciting children’s playground. LIDO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT RIGA


Riga International Airport, tel. 67068771, Bistro 08.00–20.00; Restaurant–Bar 10.00–22.00. www.lido.lv Bar, bistro, restaurant, also offer breakfast buffet. LIDO BEER YARD


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6 Tirgoñu iela (J-2), tel. 67222431, 11.00–23.00, Thr, Sat 11.00–02.00, Sun 11.00–23.00. www.lido.lv Located just off the Dome square, this self-service joint is pretty rowdy and bubbling over with Latvian youth. In addition to tasty dishes, a wide range of favourite Lat- vian beers is available, the most popular being our LIDO


Special and LIDO Medalus. The Beer Garden features the characteristic LIDO interior and furniture design. LIDO DZIRNAVAS (The Windmill)


74/76 Dzirnavu iela, tel. 67284228, 10.00–22.00, Sun 10.00–21.00. www.lido.lv Country-style moderately priced cafeteria where in the open kitchen food simmers mouth-wateringly before your eyes and customers are often at a loss as to what to choose. Don’t miss out on the delicious shashliks! The bistro also features the characteristic LIDO interior and furniture design. LIDO ÌERTRËDE


54 Ìertrüdes iela, tel. 67289396, 08.00–23.00, Thr 08.00– 00.00, Fri, Sat 24h, Sun 00.00–23.00. www.lido.lv Being among the first LIDO bistros, Ìertrüde opened in 1993, and is the only one that offers early breakfast buffet and is open round-the-clock on weekends and holidays. It features the unique LIDO interior and furniture design, a cosy atmosphere and fair prices. LIDO V‰RMANÈTIS


65 Elizabetes iela, tel. 67286289, 09.00–22.00, Fri, Sat 09.00–23.00, Sun 10.00–22.00. www.lido.lv Light-hearted, ethnic Latvian self-service eatery with open kitchen offering good, filling Latvian food, accompanied by Latvian music. Diverse menu and fair prices. Offer breakfast buffet. Features the characteristic LIDO interior and furniture design. Choose between two cosy dining halls—groups are welcome. LIDO RESTAURANT


76 Krasta iela, tel. 67812182, 13.00–23.00. www.lido.lv The 2nd


floor of the LIDO Recreation Centre houses a


great place for business lunch, family events and other parties. Offers a variety of hundred cold delicatessen, exquisite hot courses, LIDO cakes and desserts. MILDA


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113A-103 Dzirnavu iela (Upîßa PasaΩa), mob. tel. 25713287, 12.00–22.00. fb.com/milda Hidden in the urban Upîša Passage, this small family owned restaurant, connects Latvian and Lithuanian cui- sines. Their compact menu changes daily and gives you an insight into Baltic comfort food—filling, satisfactory yet always a little too special to call it rustic. Try the only (for now) authentic Lithuanian zeppelins (potato pies with bacon), borsch soup, seasonal Latvian stews, pancakes and yummy home cakes prepared and served by the beautiful chef Evelina. Craft Latvian and Lithuanian beer. Selected wine and antipasti for the evening rendez-vous. PIEJËRA


2 Ka¬˚u iela (K-2), tel. 67213267, 12.00–23.00. www.piejura.eu Embark on a culinary cruise across the Baltics in the restaurant Piejüra—variety of meals, prepared in tra- ditional ways. The restaurant is designed like a yacht:


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