Two Irish Supper Clubs: at Raglan Road and in Dublin, Ireland
Two special evenings with celebrity chef Kevin Dundon: One at Raglan Road Irish restaurant in Downtown Disney, Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. and another in Dublin, Ireland, August 29 at 6:30 p.m.
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Here's an extraordinary opportunity to get an insight into Irish cuisine from Ireland's own celebrity chef — and in Ireland!
Chef, cookbook author and television personality Kevin Dundon will be our host for a very special edition of Scott Joseph's Supper Club with a private, multi-course dinner in Dublin, Ireland. We'll be taking over a famous old restaurant in Central Dublin that once was the favorite of Ireland's prime minister and is now used as an event space. (It was once described as an example of how the other half live.)
I know that many of you will be making the trip to Dublin for the football game between UCF and Penn State. Our dinner will take place on Friday, August 29, the evening before the game, with a reception at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 7 o'clock, at Morgan's Wine Merchants, 35 Pembroke Road. Dundon, a native of Dublin, will be on hand to oversee the dinner and to talk about traditional Irish cuisine and the contemporary Irish country house cooking that has made his Dunbrody restaurant in Wexford a popular foodie destination.
The Dublin dinner is $125 per person, all inclusive, and has a limited number of seats available. I've been to Dublin, and while it's a lovely city with many wonderful sights and lots of friendly people, the restaurant scene can be hit or miss. Here's an opportunity to have at least one memorable meal served by one of Ireland's most famous chefs.
Can't make the trip to Dublin? Dundon is inviting us to Raglan Road at Downtown Disney for a preview dinner on August 14. Just as in Dublin, we'll gather at 6:30 p.m. for a reception and be seated for dinner at 7 o'clock (only here we're talking about Eastern Standard Time instead of Ireland Standard Time).
If you haven't been to Raglan Road before, you're in for a sensory treat. The food is terrific, the staff is happy to see you, and the surroundings — an actual pub that was transported to Florida from Ireland — because, Disney — are breathtaking. And there's almost nonstop entertainment, including traditional Irish dancing where the feet fly but the arms don't move. Such fun!
The Florida dinner is $85 per person plus tax ($5.10) and includes gratuity. See the Highlights section for the menus for both dinners.
Come to one dinner or the other — or both!
Here are the menus for the two Supper Clubs:
Heirloom tomato salad with balsamic drops
Pale ale battered Atlantic Monkfish
with sea salted golden chips
Raglan Tartar Sauce
Terrapin Hopsecutioner IPA
Spit roasted baby lamb with rosemary salt crust, minted pea jelly & fondant potatoes
Campo Alegre, Toro Spain 2010
Strawberry Fields Forever
Dublin (pairings to come):
DUNBRODY smoked salmon and the unveiling of Arthurstown porter storm beer
Foie gras mousse with a natural yoghurt foam
Espresso of courgette and almond soup
Filet of Irish beef with garlic mashed potatoes, roasted garden beets and a beet emulsion
Guinness chocolate opera style cake with caramel popcorn
The fine print
You are purchasing a ticket to an event, just as you would to a concert or play. And just as in those cases, the ticket is nonrefundable unless the event is cancelled. The certificate is, however, transferrable and may be resold at the buyer's discretion.
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