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Food / September 7, 2021

Back to Dine extend their popup in San Lorenzos

Food / September 7, 2021

Back to Dine extend their popup in San Lorenzos

Word: Emily Mullen

The event will be running for the next three weeks on Friday and Saturday nights until the reopening of San Lorenzos

Back to Dine have announced an extension to their popup series in San Lorenzos. The New York-inspired restaurant will be serving up dishes inspired by Back to Dine’s meal kit series.

Beginning in August, the popup will be running through September, ahead of the reopening of San Lorenzos on October 1.

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The popup is running in tandem with the at-home-dining boxes which will be in operation for the next three weeks.

Back to Dine saw Dublin-based chef Temple Garner work on a series of collaborations with the likes of JP McMahon, Anna Haugh and Yann Florio.

The final instalment of Back to Dine sees Garner create a menu with Sommelier Cathryn Bell curating wine pairings.

Tickets are priced at €85 per person, with wine pairings, available on the night, at €50 per person.

The popup will be running on Friday and Saturday nights until September 25, visit the Back to Dine site for more information.

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