Irish Food Festival
Sheridans 9th Annual Irish Food Festival are celebrating the best of Irish food with the biggest and best Irish food festival yet on Sunday 27th May 2018, Co. Meath
Sheridans Cheesemongers will host its ninth Irish food festival on Sunday 29th May, from 10am to 6pm, at their Virginia Road Station Headquarters in Co. Meath.
They will be bringing together great Irish food producers and customers for a big family day out.
There will be over 100 of Irelands greatest food producers as well as workshops and family entertainment, as thousands of visitors descend on the small townsland of Pottlereagh in North Co Meath which have made their home since 2007.
The Festival has become one of the biggest days in the Iirsh Food calender. Sheridan’s try to make the day really special by having a great variety of genuine Irish food producers from across the country.
The atmosphere is relaxed with live music, lots of kids fun, workshops and of course the most incredible display of Irish food you will ever see.
Entrance Adults €5, Children free
Old Butter Roads Pop Up Supper
As part of the Old Butter Roads Food Series, on Friday 8 June the team is delighted to have award-winning chef Bryan McCarthy from Greene’s Restaurant and Cask take over the kitchen at Ballinwillin House, Mitchelstown, Co Cork to the Old Butter Roads Pop Up Supper.
Friday 8 June 2018
• 7.00pm Welcome by Pat Mulcahy and pre-dinner wine tasting with 3 wines from Chateau Mulcahy and canapés in the wine cellar
• 8.00pm Bao bun supper* with award-winning chef Bryan McCarthy from Greene’s Restaurant and Cask with paired wines from Chateau Mulcahy in the wine barn
• 10.00pm – 12.00am Musical entertainment
Event ticket price: €95.00
To book: Phone 025 84979 / 086 2561578.
Credit card details will be taken at the time of booking.
*Set menu will include organically farmed venison and wild boar from Ballinwillin Farm.
Cork Dessert Festival
The Festival Crew are delighted to announce the 2018 Cork Dessert Festival taking place from 23rd July to 29th July.
Businesses across the city and county will take part in the festival, offering the best desserts. Check out Festival Crew webpage for more details.
The Festival Crew is made up by a creative team of experienced people with a proven track record in creating, establishing and managing festivals e.g Cork Food Festival (similar to Taste of Dublin) attracting over 25,000 visitors, Oktoberfest Beag with over 15,000 visitors and FEAST (formerly Midleton Food and Drink Festival) drawing over 28,000 visitors.
Waterford Harvest Festival
Waterford Harvest Festival is a city-wide festival celebrating food heritage and culture in Waterford. Join in for a fantastic weekend of fun-filled foodie events.
They have something to suit all tastes, with cookery demonstrations, tastings, workshops.
Truly a wonderful weekend of Street Parties with a picnic, a market, and lots more besides- all basking in the glory of the delicious good, clean food on offer in a city surrounded by such rich resources as The Bread Basket, The Golden Vale and The Atlantic Ocean.
Since pagan times, the harvest festival has been a time to celebrate the crop, for family and the wider community to relax and enjoy the fruits of their labours. Waterford Harvest Festival recreates a modern version of this traditional feast and celebratory period, with foodie fun and educational events for all and children’s entertainment across the city. The festival takes place from the 8th -10th September 2017 and encourages people from Waterford, the rest of Ireland and beyond to gather together and experience an exciting range of culinary delights.
WHF brings together, involves and educates people in the appreciation of good, clean, fair food, showcasing all the gastronomic delights the region has to offer. Waterford and the surrounding environs is home to an expanding network of dedicated, enthusiastic producers and the Waterford Harvest Festival is just one way to leak this secret to the rest of the country and to put Waterford on the gastronomic world map