Blog – High Note Skybar, Aria Hotel Rooftop Bar, 1051 Budapest, Hercegprímás u. 5.2020-10-15T22:24:09+02:00

August 20 Dinner Reception at the High Note SkyBar

2022. July 24.|

August 20 Dinner Reception at the High Note SkyBar TABLES WITH SERVED MENU FULLY BOOKED!AUGUST 20., 2022., BETWEEN 7 AND 11 PMThis year on August 20th watch fireworks from our panoramic rooftop terrace and enjoy the unmatched atmosphere with music, menu, and beverages composed especially for this event! […]

Valentine’s Brunch and Gala Dinner in the Aria Hotel Budapest

2022. January 21.|

Valentine’s Brunch and Gala Dinner in the Aria Hotel Budapest Are you planning to enchant your love with a special Valentine’s day treat? Book your table now at the romantic brunch or gala dinner with live music provided by the Aria Hotel Budapest. […]

Everything we love about Asian vegetarian cuisine

2020. November 5.|

Everything we love about Asian vegetarian cuisine There are not nearly as many vegetarians in Asia as we might think – just over 10% of India’s population, for example. But at the same time, it’s true that it’s easier to be vegan over there. Not only because of the spirituality, but also the plants there are simply more nourishing, richer in macronutrients than the continental supply. That’s why an idea popped out of our heads and we created a dish that has almost everything in it that makes us love Asian gastronomy. […]

High Note Mojito: discreet charm of white rum and mint

2020. November 4.|

High Note Mojito: discreet charm of white rum and mint The golden age of cocktail culture falls in the second half of the 19th century when large quantities of cheap, but quality spirits began to arrive in Europe and America. One of the real evergreens of this period is the Cuban mojito: simple and great, but what is the secret to its centuries-long success? […]

Stay away from the virus – we keep you away from it too

2020. October 22.|

Stay away from the virus – we keep you away from it too The worst thing about pathogens is that they pose an invisible threat. The coronavirus has been part of our everyday lives for months, and because of the uncertainty, there’s almost no situation where it doesn’t occur to us: what if I get it now? Yet the virus has a weakness, and if you consciously target it with a few sly pulls, you can prevent trouble and pay more attention to what’s really worthy. […]

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