Guinness 232°C is bringing a once off live fire menu to Cork city 1 year ago

Guinness 232°C is bringing a once off live fire menu to Cork city

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The best Irish chefs will command pub grills across the country as part of Guinness 232°C

After a successful take over of Dublin’s Bernard Shaw, Guinness 232°C has transported across the country. It’s ready to set up at Cork’s Deep South, the best beer garden on Grand Parade, on 11 and 12 October.

This time around it’s partnering with chef Christine Walsh, who’s sure to command the grills in style. She’s the former Sous chef of the delicious Loam Restaurant in Galway. You can expect the very best Irish produce forged in fire, with innovative techniques and sustainable twists.

You know what will go down well with those pints and grub? The eclectic programme of live music and entertainment that’s in store for you there. John Mahon of The Locals is the brains behind it all, so you can expect big things!

Tickets are available for the brilliant price of only €10, which includes:

  • A complimentary pint of Guinness or Pure Brew non alcoholic lager
  • Two signature dishes
  • Booking fee

Get your tickets here for every night you want to attend!

It will take place on Friday 11 October 6-10pm and Saturday 12 October 2-6pm

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