Richmond Barracks

Richmond Barracks July Supper Club

Richmond Barracks July Supper Club

Join us for our Supper Club on Wednesday, 3 July, from 5 pm.

It's a perfect opportunity to enjoy some wholesome hot food before attending one of our workshops or talks or to drop in for some food and a chat if you're in the area.

FoodCloud Kitchen will serve a menu of seasonal food, including a drink, a main course, and a dessert, all for €10. All ingredients are fresh and sourced from FoodCloud's suppliers, helping to prevent good food from going to waste. During the Supper Club, the FoodCloud Kitchen team will also be on hand to advise you on how to avoid food waste.

Food will be available from 5 pm, with last orders at 6.30 pm. Due to the limited number of places, we strongly recommend booking in advance. You can book by clicking here.

Supper Club Menu

Main Courses 

Molten cheese-stuffed burger on a brioche bun with a selection of fillings (pulled pork or crispy bacon) and a herby burger sauce. 

Crispy fried chicken with Food Cloud secret sauce.

Black bean tacos with mango and radish salsa.

A selection of sides: potato salad, classic macaroni salad, sweet slaw, or grilled corn on the cob.

Desserts

Homemade apple and cherry pie with custard.

Baked vanilla cheesecake with fresh fruit and fresh cream.

Vegan option on request

Talks at the Mess

Following the Supper Club, at 6 pm, we'll have our monthly historical series, Talks at the Mess. This month's talk is "So Once Was I: Goldenbridge and Glasnevin Cemeteries." In this talk, historian Warren Farrell will discuss these two historic cemeteries and what they tell us about death and Dublin. From unmarked plots to striking monuments, Glasnevin Cemetery has become the final resting place to a microcosm of Irish society since it opened its gates in 1832. Every grave has a story to tell, but with more than a million souls resting there, many have been forgotten. This historic cemetery is linked by history to our own Goldenbridge Cemetery. 

Historian Warren Farrell is the author of So Once Was I: Forgotten Tales from Glasnevin Cemetery.

Pricing for Talks at the Mess

Full Price: €5.00
Senior (over 60): €3.00
Student: €3.00

Book your place

To reserve your place at the July Supper Club, please click here.

To book a spot at Talks at the Mess, please click here.

If you have any questions, please email us at info@richmondbarracks.ie or call us at 01 524 2532.

Posted 13 June 2024
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