Roots Dinners, the brainchild of chefs and partners Keith Coleman and Aisling McHugh, will be hosting a Sunday lunch at the end of this month.
And if this event is anything like their previous pop-up events, then it’s not to be missed.
Housed in the newly renovated McNally farm shop in North County Dublin, the duo wants to “celebrate the transition between summer’s bounty and the colder autumn months”.
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After our first series of dinners in Hang Tough Gallery we’ve been lucky enough to spend some time working with the Mc Nally’s who operate a 77 acre organic farm in North County Dublin. We’ve always had a close working relationship with the family, whose weekly list of seasonal vegetables has so often been a starting point for us in creating dishes and menus. What better way to celebrate this connection between land and table than to go straight to the source; a meal served in the Mc Nally’s newly renovated farm shop. We’ll be serving a sharing-style lunch focusing on what the farm has to offer on that very day, with a few other local producers too. Tickets are available now through the link in our bio. ———————— @shantanustarick #popup #sundaylunch #rootsproject #organic #seasonal #autumnharvest
The menu, which features seasonal vegetables and local produce, consists of snacks to start followed by a sharing-style main course and dessert.
Playing up the community aspect of the event, attendees are in for an intimate dining experience and no doubt some very tasty grub.
As their Instagram page states; "Roots is laughter across the table. It's appreciation for what we have."
Lunch starts at 4 p.m. and tickets, which cost €45, include corkage or seasonal cordial if you’d prefer to give the booze a miss. Get yours here.