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‘Of Land & Sea’ is a series of festive pop up dinners in the Royal Hibernian Gallery, Ely Square, Dublin 2 organised by Native Spaces, a culinary collective working with small scale producers.
‘Of Land & Sea’ promises a feast of “gastronomy and mixology fit for Dublin’s food lovers and craft beverage enthusiasts” over two nights this Xmas.
Fancy going for NOTHING?
Michael Reddy, of Native Spaces, writes:
The core theme of ‘Of Land & Sea’ is to support local, craft and artisan producers by presenting their produce in new and exciting pairings.
This intimate dining experience will be presented over two evenings from December 14-15th.
Tickets can be purchased individually or as a group (30 people max).
Tickets are priced at €50 (excluding ticket service charge) each which includes a complimentary welcome drink in addition to the 3 course meal with 3 craft beverages paired to each course.
Native Spaces have a pair of FREE tickets for a Broadsheet reader and a guest to dine on either night.
Do you know someone who could use a night out?
To enter, please complete this sentence.
‘I will be taking____________________________[name of friend/relative], who richly deserves a slap-up meal, particularly this year owing to__________________________________’
Lines MUST close at
Irish-made stocking fillers to email@example.com marked ‘Irish-made Stocking Fillers’. NO fee.
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