Open wine bar and tapas: Caféministeriet’s all-you-can-eat concept is back

by Shellie Boudreau

One of the greatest successes on the Aalborg food scene is back again.

Caféministeriet’s popular concept, which includes all-you-can-eat tapas and an open wine bar is back on the menu.

The concept often occurs throughout the year, but COVID-19 put the brakes on the momentum in 2020 and most of 2021.

But now there’s great news!

Every Friday and Saturday in October

Caféministeriet announced new dates where you get to choose between two or three hours of all-you-can-eat tapas, including dessert tapas, and to purchase the open wine bar, which includes beer and juice.

The offer will kick off on October 1 and continue every Friday and Saturday in October.

The price is 185 kr. for two hours of tapas plus an optional open wine bar for 185 kr.  For three hours, the price is 235 kr plus the option for the wine bar for 235kr.  Whether you enjoy the delicious menu for two or three hours, dessert tapas is also available.

Served to the table and as a buffet

Cafeministeriet writes that a large assortment of tapas-specialties will be served to the table and as a little buffet beside the bar throughout the evening.

The menu can change from time to time and has warm and cold tapas specialties ranging from vegetarian, fish, meat, fowl, and seafood.

Depending on how long you wish to stay, there are possibilities to start your evening at 17:30 or 20:00. Usually, the tickets go fast, so don’t wait too long to book yours.

“We are so pleased to be able to offer our free tapas concept once again.

The concept has been in demand for a long time, and now we think the time allows for it, and we are ready to receive our wonderful guests,” Martin Klyvø , owner of Cafeministeriet, tells MyAalborg.

You can reserve your spot right here.