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Long Table Dinner

Long Table Dinner

South Mall

When

18 June (Gates open at 5.30pm. Diners must be seated by 6.00pm)

Where

South Mall

Tickets
  • Regular Price €75
Duration

180 minutes approx.

Additional Info

Diners are encouraged to wear creative hats!

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12 of Cork’s finest restaurants and chefs are working together to showcase Cork’s world class food culture, incredible home-grown produce and outstanding producers. This collaborative event celebrates the spirit unique to the city and county is an essential experience for foodie and culture lovers alike. The Long Table 2017 will take place outdoors in the elegant and atmospheric surroundings of South Mall, where 400 diners will be treated to the very best produce available from the fields and seas surrounding Cork. The chefs of 12 restaurants will be working as a team to deliver a set menu, with wine at every course, stylishly presented on a beautifully decorated long table and expertly served by 40 of Cork’s fantastic service staff. Continue the festivities after dinner with special after-parties in surrounding pubs (full details coming soon!).

The collective efforts of all involved will ensure this is a unique gastronomical experience and one that will have people eagerly anticipating the 2018 edition. The participating restaurants and chefs are Ali’s Kitchen, Electric, Farmgate Café, Fenn’s Quay, Imperial Hotel, Isaacs Restaurant, Jacobs on the Mall, Jacques Restaurant, L’Atitude 51, Nash 19, Rebel Chilli, The Rocket Man.

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