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Little Galicia: Northern Spain Pops Up in London

Lucky Londoners enjoying Summer in the city are well advised to book early for Little Galicia, set to stage a takeover at Tapas Revolution in Shoreditch on 26th July. This is an alliance made in heaven; Estrella Galicia is Spain’s largest independent brewery, and Tapas Revolution is the epitome of a fun and bustling Tapas bar, courtesy of Chef Omar. He and his team use only the best Iberian ingredients in their menus. So, fabulous food, talented live acts and, of course, delicious Estrella Galicia beer means that diners can steep themselves in the culture, history and quality of Northern Spain.

resresLucky Londoners enjoying Summer in the city are well advised to book early for Little Galicia, set to stage a takeover at Tapas Revolution in Shoreditch on 26th July. This is an alliance made in heaven; Estrella Galicia is Spain’s largest independent brewery, and Tapas Revolution is the epitome of a fun and bustling Tapas bar, courtesy of Chef Omar. He and his team use only the best Iberian ingredients in their menus. So, fabulous food, talented live acts and, of course, delicious Estrella Galicia beer means that diners can steep themselves in the culture, history and quality of Northern Spain.

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The Takeover will happen every Tuesday evening for six weeks, and each Tuesday will have a different theme: 26th July kicks off with a Live Music Session, Tapas and Estrella Galicia Beer; on 2nd August, a Beer and Food Pairing combines a Galician tasting menu with Estrella Galicia 4.7%, 1906 Reserva and Black Coupage Beer; on 9th August, you’ll have an unforgettable three-course meal at the Galician Steak Night, listening to live music. The menu will include Cured Scallops, Octopus and a Veal T-bone Steak with Padron Green Peppers; the 16th August will see another delicious Beer and Food pairing; 23rd August has another exciting Galician Steak Night and the last night on 6th September rounds off with Tapas and another Live Music Session. SEEN is particularly looking forward to the Beer and Food Pairings.

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The evenings will start at 6:30 pm with beer. Dinners commence at 7:30pm, including Estrella Galicia beer with each course, Live Music Performances and DJs until 10pm. The Little Galicia pop-up has a limited amount of tickets at £24 a head, whilst the Galician Steak Night will cost £34.99 a head.

Estrella Galicia are partnering with Time Out London for the Takeover, and tickets can be purchased at: here Take SEEN’s advice and book early, and as they say in Spain – buen apetito.

Tapas Revolution
58 Bethnal Green Road
Shoreditch
London
E1 6JW

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