New bar spy - Sprezzatura

This New Pasta Restaurant Is Bringing Italian Flavours, Irish Produce And Fierce Sustainability To Grantham Street

Published . By Olivia Cheves.



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Having taken over from Grantham's Cafe, Sprezzatura is a new Italian spot putting its energy into being one of the most sustainable restaurants in Dublin. From their reliance on only local produce to their compostable napkins, they're producing delicious food without the carbon footprint. 

Their menu reads like a carb-lover's dream. Dishes change regularly, but currently you'll find bowls of gnocchi, rigatoni, clam spaghetti and nduja 'tyres', while their small plates front everything from Dexter bresaola and tomato carpaccio to Toonsbridge stracciatella and potato focaccia from the city's own Bread 41. 

The drinks menu is just as unique, with Sprezzatura teaming up with industry disruptors WineLab to put together and on-top menu of vegan, low-intervention wines, alongside a small selection of Italian-inspired cocktails, and their own-brand Sprezzatura lager.