Win Dinner At The Academy

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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.

The menu will be designed by chef Kevin Murphy (Idas Dingle) and Pieter Reid (Native Blenders).

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 9.45pm MIDNIGHT!

‘Of Land & Sea’- A Christmas Series @ Coppa Cafe in the RHA Gallery (*EventBrite)

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30 thoughts on “Win Dinner At The Academy

  1. dav

    ‘I will be taking me mammy, Joan, who richly deserves a slap-up meal, particularly this year owing to my having missed her birthday last week due to my own health concerns. She drove me to and sat patiently with me in A&E, visited me every day at the hospital for the length of my stay there and never once put me in my place for all my moaning or for having missed the day in question (I only remembered the date after I was discharged!). She did everything a mammy should do and yet she deserved better; this would be a start, at least.

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  2. Mr_Sinister

    I will be taking my (soon to be) fiancée who richly deserves a slap-up meal, particularly this year owing to the stress and grief she’s had to put up with this year trying to conceive via IVF. A decent night out and an Xmas day proposal (wish me luck!) will hopefully put a bit of the light back in her life

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  3. Clampers Outside!

    I’d enter if I were in Dublin, and I’d bring my lovely wife :) …but I’m not unfortunately…

    Surprised there aren’t more entries… those first two are lovely :)

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  4. SOQ

    ‘I will be taking Eamonn who richly deserves a slap-up meal, particularly this year owing to my GP sending me to James because I presented with a symptom of blood on my pillow. Turned out to be a tooth but I had a bronchoscopy as a precaution.

    Eamonn, over scarfed and over dressed, then fainted after walking into patient reception to pick me up. I was rolled out on a trolley to see a nurse taking HIS blood pressure. An hour later in Smithfield, I got a call from a nurse to check how we BOTH doing.

    Upstaging is an art form I suppose.

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  5. millie st murderlark

    I will be taking Eve, who richly deserves a slap up meal, particularly this year owing to the fact that she has just pulled herself out a very difficult and abusive relationship, managed to kick a nasty addiction, and totally changed careers in pursuit of happiness after years of misery and shame, and I want to tell her how proud I am to call her my friend.

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  6. Lilly

    I will be taking Jim* because he’s a fat bastard who loves his food. He’s also great company and an amazing friend.

    *Not his real name

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  7. Janet, I ate my avatar

    I think the other stories win but I’d be bringing my little sister Smelly ( not her real name ) because she had been my rock since I moved back and bent over backwards to make me feel at home again even though I wreaked her head.

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  8. Sandra Gough

    I would take my lovely friend Eileen McMahon who loves good food and nice beer as much as me. It would absolutely be delightful to dine for free and to mark this festive season with my partner in crime. I would truly this Sweet Prize . Please pick me.

    Antlers crossed and Jingle bells a ringing.

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