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You Need To Get Down To This Droolworthy Seafood Feast In Bray Tomorrow Night

By Sarah

June 27, 2017 at 9:59am

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Does your mouth water at the very mention of mussels, crab and lobster rolls?

We betcha it does.

You're going to love the latest news from banging Bray eatery Fish Bar then, who have made seafood lovers across the county fairly excira by starting up a Supper Club, with the first feast happening tomorrow night.

The fishy heroes, whose batter is made with Wicklow Wolf beer, had this to say about their upcoming feast:

"With us, you will set sail across vast & choppy oceans, in search of foreign fragrances and flavours.

"From the spice rich orient to the depths of Southern USA, our bespoke 5 course menu is specially crafted to showcase seafood at it's best, using the many variations of cooking techniques, styles and ingredients from around the world.

"The Seafarer's Feast will be an intimate and unique dining experience that is simply unmissable for seafood lovers."

The exact menu hasn't been revealed just yet, but we expect the tasty creations will be similar to what they're currently cooking up...




The Seafarer's Feast will take place tomorrow, Wednesday June 28th, and there's only a few tickets still available so you better be snappy about it if you want to chow down.

Tickets are €39.95+booking fee and can be bought here. Yum.

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