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Food / November 18, 2020

Cúán Greene is teaming up with Sceal Bakery for a Sip ‘n Dip

Via @neighbourhood_wine_dublin instagram
Food / November 18, 2020

Cúán Greene is teaming up with Sceal Bakery for a Sip ‘n Dip

Words: Dylan Murphy

They’ll be serving French Dip Beef Sandwiches and natural wine selected by Neighbourhood Wine Dublin.

Today, Dublin chef Cúán Greene shared news that he’ll be joining forces with Stoneybatter’s Sceal Bakery on Sunday 29 November for a Sip ‘n Dip.

It’ll consist of french dip beef sandwiches (alongside a vegetarian option) coupled with a natural wine chosen by Neighbourhood Wine Dublin at the newly opened Neighbourhood Wine Spot at 148 Upper Leeson Street.

The food offering lands on the last week in November and features a roast beef sandwich dipped in a roasted chicken wing garum sauce and stuffed with pickles and preserves served on a crispy bread roll courtesy of Sceal Bakery. Also included will be Charlotte’s Choux au Craquelin filled with Woodruff Pastry Cream.

Via @cuangreene Instagram

The three bottles selected by Neighbourhood Dublin are:
A Beaujolais from Selené, an aromatic Auxerrois from Pascal Henriot and an Earthy Syrah from Jeff Coutelou.

Sip ’n Dip Wine and Sandwiches will be available for pre-purchase Wednesday 25 November at 10.00.

Links will be available for Sip n’ Dip and Sandwhich pre-purchase on both Neighbourhood Wine and Cúán‘s bio from 10.00 on Wednesday 25 November.