Liepāja Restaurant Week 201910th September, 2019

    This September marks the third return of Liepāja Restaurant Week. All week long 25 restaurants and cafes in Liepāja will welcome their guests with specially selected meals.

    Restaurant Week’s offer will consist of three meals – appetizers, main course and dessert. Special price offer will range from 11 to 20 euros. This year yet again restaurants and cafes prepared some sophisticated menus, different from regular taste preferences, thus offering exclusive approach.We are pleased to invite all locals and city guests to use this opportunity and taste an exquisite offer from Liepāja cafes and restaurants.

    Following restaurants will offer their special menus within the Restaurant Week:

    Restaurant “MO Liepāja” Menu
    Restaurant “Piano” Menu
    Restaurant “Roma” Menu
    Restaurant “Upe” Menu
    Restaurant “Čello” Menu
    Restaurant “Libava” Menu
    Restaurant “Oskars” Menu
    Restaurant “Portus” Menu
    Restaurant-bar “Hot Potato” Menu
    Restaurant “Palmas” Menu
    Maestro Design Hotel & Restaurant Menu
    Restaurant “Tex–Mex Liepāja” Menu
    Restaurant “Pastnieka Māja” Menu
    Restaurant “BIG7” Menu
    Restaurant “Red Sun Buffet” Menu
    Cafe  “Darbnīca” Menu
    Beach Cafe  “Red Sun Buffet Beach Bar” Menu
    Beach Cafe “7. līnija” Menu
    Cafe “BB Café” Menu
    Cafe “Krisdole” Menu
    Cafe “Vecliepāja” Menu
    Pizzeria “Amber pizza” Menu
    Pizzeria “Strike Pizza” Menu
    Grill bar “Bruno” Menu
    Burger Bar “Street Burgers” Menu

    All Menus in one pdf file

    At the end of Liepāja Restaurant Week, from September 27 to 29, all local residents and city guests are welcome to attend Liepāja Art Forum at the concert hall “The Great Amber”. This year the festival celebrates its fifth anniversary, thus offering an extra saturated and colourful program. It extends an invitation to a visitor – to engage in a dialogue through 10 different genre and expression language of art. A dialogue through dance, music, visual art, theatre, opera and cinema.  This year, the Art Forum will take a reflection on modern and contemporary art spotlights in Europe and the world, featuring artists from the Netherlands, Finland, Belgium, Great Britain, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia.