Ireland's fave healthy and happy cafe, The Happy Pear, is saving the day for Good Friday by hosting a supper club in their Greystones base.
The guys are putting on an informal banquet of exciting plant-based dishes which they will be cooking with the help of chef-extraordinaire, Doug McMaster, the owner & head chef of Brighton-based restaurant, Silo, a super sustainable spot that mills its own flour for bread and brews its own beer.
The evening will include a short Q&A after dinner with Dave, Steve and Doug discussing his amazing restaurant (which is one of the first zero waste restaurants in the world).
You'll be treated to a four-course sharing-style menu, and tasty non-alcoholic drinks to wash down all the vibrant flavours.
If the standard Happy Pear dishes are anything to by we can only imagine this night will deliver delicious food:
This will be a gorgeous event for anyone interested in food innovation and how The Happy Pear can do so in an eco-friendly way!
The event page does say "numbers are limited to 40 people so please book your spot early to avoid disappointment", but there's still spaces left at the time of writing.
Tickets are €42.69 and can be booked here, and the dinner is on from 7.30pm - 9.30pm.
How lovely would it be to do the Bray to Greystones walk in the afternoon and then pop along to this?