Tasty treats at Gourmet Grey­stones

Bray People - - NEWS -

GOURMET GREY­STONES will be on once again in the sea­side town on Sun­day May 4.

This food fes­ti­val is one of the favourite fes­ti­val events for food­ies with a great record so far in en­ter­tain­ing and feed­ing res­i­dents and vis­i­tors.

Church Road and the Merid­ian Cen­tre will come alive with all the culi­nary de­lights Grey­stones of­fers in­clud­ing de­li­cious sam­pling of dishes from the many award win­ning restaurants.

Food and drink demon­stra­tions and work­shops will com­bine to make a great day for all the fam­ily.

Church Road will be closed from mid­day un­til 6 p.m. and the small team of or­gan­is­ers be­hind the event said that they are look­ing for­ward to a happy sunny day for all the com­mu­nity and vis­i­tors to the town.

Work­shops will in­clude ur­ban for­ag­ing, wine tast­ing, healthy eat­ing for kids and more. There will also be live mu­sic on the street.

For more in­for­ma­tion check out www.gourmet­grey­stones.com or the face­book page www.face­book.com/gourmet­grey­stones.

Some of the team be­hind the Gourmet Grey­stones fes­ti­val at the launch in Las Tapas on Church Road. Back (from left): Cllr Grainne McLough­lin, Paul Quinn, the 3Qs, Louise Len­nox, Dessert Queen, Martin Potts and Betty Stu­art. Front: Dy­lan and Darcy Potts.

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