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DINING


ucts in the famous Zaiga Gaile’s awarded ‘yacht-garage’ house in the middle of the luxurious Berga Bazars high- lifestyle arcade. One of the best yard terraces in town. MOLTTO


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20 Ìertrüdes iela, tel. 67305900, 12.00–24.00, Sun 12.00– 22.00. fb.com/Moltto-winegrill This wine bar is the opus magnum of Latvian Sommelier Association president Jånis Ka¬˚is. He is basing Moltto’s wine selection on organic, bio-dynamic, natural and sus- tainable winery trends. More then 200 winery products, including micro and niche farms. Use the convenience of their wine-dispenser to sample grands vins by glass. The concise grill a la carte menu is here mainly to enhance the wine taste. The cuisine is pleasantly satisfactory and seasonal. Ask advice for the best pairing or takeaway bottle from their uber-expert staff and Jånis himself. At- tend splendid degustation events, such as wine-casino with blindfold sampling. Bingo-match for wine-lovers! NOBLE WINE


21a Elizabetes iela, mob. tel. 20102020, 12.00–22.00. Closed Sun. www.noblewine.lv Located in luxurious quiet centre of Riga, this is a fine wine boutique offering a fresh perspective on wines from the most renowned regions of France and Italy. More than 200 wines, carefully picked from the best small wine- makers by the winner of the Baltic sommelier champion- ship— Ronalds Petersons. Result is a truly unique collec- tion of wines, such as Burgundy, Rhone, Piedimonte or Tuscany. Noble Wine offers a wide range of Bas-Armag- nac vintages from 1949 to 2002 and blends, as well as artisanal calvados. TINTO


(in Splendid Palace) 61 Elizabetes iela, tel. 67289085, 08.00–24.00, Sat, Sun 10.00–24.00. http://tinto.lv The oldest and classiest Cinema Riga has its own cor- responding multi-concept cafeteria. Tinto simultaneously is a wine shop, wine studio, tapas bar, cafeteria and restaurant. In the mornings, they bake crunchy crois- sants and serve proper continental breakfast, during the day reliable European cuisine, but closer to the evening they prepare tapas with authentic Spanish ingredients to go with the wide selection of handpicked wines. VÈNA STUDIJA (Wine Studio)


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10 Elizabetes iela, tel. 67283205, 12.00–24.00. 16 Audéju iela (in Galerija Centrs) (K-4), tel. 67104430, 10.00–22.00. 30 Stabu iela, tel. 67276010, 11.00–24.00. www.vinastudija.lv Vina Studija is one of the wine bar starters in town. Puts forward a hip loungy factory/wine cellar design and an undeniably high-quality wine assortment and serving stan- dards, plus sophisticated wine snacks. No matter the price, the quality and selection will never disappoint you. Choose any bottle from their shop, pay a bit extra and drink it in an always pleasantly packed restaurant area. Local yuppy favourite.


VÈNA VEIKALS


37 Kalnciema iela, 16.00–22.00, Sat 12.00–22.00, Sun 12.00–20.00. Closed Mon. www.kalnciemaiela.lv All wines are hand selected from the Marche region of Italy, by wine possessed owners. So relax and pick any bottle from the wooden vintage cabinets of the renovated timber hut. Buy it for takeaway, or have it on the spot. WINEHOUSE


31 Baznîcas iela, mob. tel. 20252288, 11.00–22.00. Closed Sun. www.winehouse.lv Spacious wine/gastro bar-shop. Au- thentic seasonal Italian cuisine is assured by chef Mario Greco from Napoli. Cozy and slick establishment, spread over two levels: one is a dining zone with fireplace and open kitchen, the other a wine cellar/private banquet area. Start with their daily set (12.00–15.00). Explore their a la carte closer to evening. Or just pick one of the bottles from their cellar for takeaway or pay €4.99 to have it on the spot with savory antipasti.


pancakes BAD BOY PANCAKES


2 Nîtaures iela, mob. tel. 25624900,10.00–21.00. fb.com/bad-boy-pancakes Lebanese bad boy Jad has opened a ghetto-style cre- peria covered with street art on the serene and urban Nîtaures street, much appreciated by locals of all breeds. The success formula is easy: hearty welcoming and gazil- lions of yummiest large and paper-thin crepes with all fillers you can possibly imagine: ham & cheese, egg & rucola, lasagna, smoked chicken, Greek salad, of course the sweet ones: Bounty, Kinder Bueno and some special limited editions weekly. Almost all veggies are locally grown on his own farm. Also freshly squeezed juices, salads and alcoholic cocktails. Daily offers.


confectioneries ARBOOZ


34a Dzirnavu iela iela, mob. tel. 26530164, 10.00–20.00, Sat. 11.00–18.00.Closed Sun. fb.com/arbOOz.lv Extremely gentle and aesthetic hand-made, confections by local enthusiast-confectioner Karina, who has sky-rocketed her expertise to the state of fine-art. All ingredients are natural, seasonal and mostly local. Indulge yourself in seven kinds of macarons, eight kinds of cupcakes, marsh- mallows, molecular meringues, cakes and tarts, also gluten-free yummies hand-made daily, using top-secret author’s recipees. Aristocratic, fragile, velvet-silky texture of dreamlike dainties will make you moan! Very special! BAKEBERRY


11 Audéju iela, tel. 67130667, 08.00–21.00, Sat, Sun 09.00–21.00. www.bakeberry.lv


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