Tallinn Music Week (TMW) that will fill the city on March 26-30, 2014 includes a restaurant festival with 16 favorite restaurants and eateries and a pop-up restaurant in the Design and Architecture Gallery.
The TMW pop-up restaurant that opens from 26th to 29th March will also be the main meeting point of the festival. Ants Uustalu, the head chef of Ööbiku gastro farm in Rapla County will create tasty dishes from fresh local produce in the cosy café. Ott Kangur will design the pop-up restaurant.
According to Ants Uustalu the TMW pop-up restaurant is the ideal meeting place to catch up with friends between the concerts, have a drink and a bite to eat. “Our menu is simple and honest and we want to make sure the festival guests can get fine fresh food even at late hours,” comments Uustalu. The pop-up restaurant is open from Wednesday (26.03) to Saturday (29.03) from 12 noon to 1 am and serves food until closing time. Each afternoon at 6 pm the pop-up has a happy hour with half price bottles of wine, concerts and talks.
“TMW Tastes” restaurant festival also presents 16 TMW’s favourite eateries. The programme includes something for all tastes and moods – from the legendary gourmet institution Gloria to the cosy Diip in Kalamaja, even exotic places like the Cha Dao, a Chinese teahouse and restaurant. The selection reflects TMW team’s favourites in Tallinn, the decisive criteria being tasty and fresh food.
This year’s “TMW Tastes” has a spotlight on every restaurant’s greatest asset – the head chef, each of them putting together a special TMW menu, reflecting his/her favourite ingredients.
Tallinn Music Week is the largest indoor music festival in the Nordic Baltic region presenting 227 artists from 20 countries on the stages of Tallinn’s clubs and concert halls. The festival also includes an extensive City Stage programme presenting 65 artists at free afternoon concerts at surprising locations in town.