Lisdoonvarna - 12 to 14 May 2017

Burren Slow Food Festival

"Gin & Cheese"

Burren Slow Food Festival

The 11th Burren Slow Food Festival launches on Friday 12th May with a Salmon & Champagne picnic on a ferry boat under the Cliffs of Moher. Last year’s picnic was an amazing experience – Click here to see photos

An interesting programme with talks by top Irish and international leaders, food demonstrations and tastings of the best of Irish Food introducing unique approaches and current trends by renowned chefs.

The focus of the Saturday and Sunday is the Irish Artisan Food Producers from the whole of Ireland, which will be attended by buyers from Great Britain and Ireland. There will be chef-led food demos and workshops with Cheese, Honey and Gin producers and lots of tastings at the Artisan Food Producers market stalls.

As has become a tradition, there will be a banquet at the Burren Storehouse, Lisdoonvarna, on the Saturday night. Tickets can be booked directly on Eventbrite – be quick, they sell out fast!  Click here to purchase Tickets

Over the course of the weekend, there will be lots to eat and buy, Family Fun food workshops, Archery Workshop and Heritage Trails (all events will be bookable in advance).

To book your accommodation Click Here

More details coming soon!

 

Programme of events:

Friday 12th May
Saturday 13th May
Sunday 14th May
Burren Food Trail 2015

Burren Food Trail 2015

Slow Food Festival 2016

Slow Food Festival 2016

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