You favourite Barrack Lane speakeasy is back in business this month and they're looking to shake things up once again. Scope out the door to this secret Cardiff bar and a wonderland of socially distant sips awaits you, alongside kitsch interiors and an electric atmosphere.
Cardiff Restaurants Reopening In August
With the First Minister finally giving the go-ahead for indoor eating, it seems that the Welsh drizzle won't be keeping us away from our favourite plates for much longer. With bars and dining destinations allowed to seat people inside from 3rd August, we thought we'd round up the Cardiff restaurants reopening in the coming month, from tapas havens in the city centre to Pontcanna's most sought-after table bookings.
This experimental cocktail bar will be opening up its doors once again from the 3rd of August and you shouldn't miss this chance to secure your booking. They'll be keeping things socially distant throughout their intimate venue, while continuing to whip up some of the most sensational drinks in Cardiff.
While Tommy Heaney may be holding off on opening his main eatery, little sister restaurant Uisce will be welcoming guests back inside this month. One of the most exciting reopenings in Cardiff in August, Uisce will be getting back on it with their stunning small plates, fine wines and warming coffees.
Pontcanna's most sought after reservation is back this month. The inaugural Cardiff restaurant from chef Tom Simmons, this gorgeous fine dining restaurant will be spacing out its tables and preparing to treat you to some of the most impressive plates in the city.
Mill Lane's Sri Lankan hotspot is taking things slower, with a phased reopening up until 3rd August. The restaurant will be gradually inviting guests back into their dining room for some of the most delicious curries in town, alongside dahls, desserts and vibrant tropical cocktails designed to get those summer spirits high.
Everyone's tapas favourite is back this month as Curado throws open the doors to its Guildhall Place eatery. The ideal way to bring some sunnier climes to a still locked down Cardiff, Curado will be continuing to serve up its unique mix of moreish sharing plates and authentic Spanish sips.