Local Producers’ Dinner

Local Producers’ Dinner

Friday 17 June 7.30pm

£30 a head for food and speakers  (drinks not included)

Please phone 01308 459511 to book

To celebrate Bridport Food Festival 2016, a wonderful three-course dinner incorporating the produce of four of Sladers Yard Café’s  most fascinating local suppliers.  In between courses, the growers/makers will come and give brief and entertaining introductions of their produce to enhance the tasting experience.

Suppliers will include Annie and Sam Hanbury of Baboo Gelato based near Netherbury who are new makers of wonderful Italian style gelato and sorbet made from local ingredients; the acclaimed Burrow Hill Cider who have been making their delicious cider and cider brandy using age-old traditional methods for many years; Samways Fish Merchants who have become one of the major international transporters of local fish from their beginnings with a wooden barrow on the quayside at West Bay in the 1960’s and mixed leaves and edible flowers  grown by Pat Bowcock whose Ourganics smallholding at Litton Cheney is a beacon of Permaculture ideals.

Book a table to savour the amazing produce and producers of Bridport and local area with a really delicious dinner and celebrate the Bridport Food Festival in style.


About Sladers Yard

Sladers Yard is an art gallery and cafe in West Bay, Dorset. Our art gallery showcases contemporary British Art, Furniture and Craft whilst the licensed cafe serves fresh, locally produced homecooked food and drinks.
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