Event Date: 10:00am, 19th June 2023
Location: Guinness Enterprise Centre, Dublin, Ireland
Ticket Price: €20
Dublin Food Chain https://www.dublinfoodchain.ie/ are collaborating with the Restaurant Association of Ireland (RAI) https://www.rai.ie/ to create an opportunity for Dublin producers with products suitable for restaurants and cafes, to showcase these to chefs and café/restaurant owners. The broad objective is to celebrate what Dublin producers have to offer and get more local food onto local menus.
“Our strategic focus needs to be on shifting the emphasis by enhancing our national menu and amplifying its strong connection to people and authentic place” - Fáilte Ireland Food and Drink Strategy 2018 – 2023.
Where: Guinness Enterprise Centre https://www.gec.ie/
When: June 19th
Time: 10.00 – 12.00
15-20 Dublin based food and drink producers will be on hand to taste their products and interact with chefs and café/restaurant owners. At least 15 chefs/café restaurant owners will be on hand to interact with producers.
Food and Drink Producers – Why Attend
Dublin’s restaurant and café culture is renowned throughout the world and this short event offers the opportunity to showcase your product to Dublin’s best chefs and food managers. Meet a select group of chefs, restauranteurs, and café owners as part of this boutique event.
The chefs and managers will be seeking out products they can use as ingredients to create their dishes and will be looking for innovative food and drink to offer their customers. Of particular interest are products which are innovative, and which work in the chef’s kitchen or the café prep area.
This event is focused on getting local food onto local menus and therefore can only accommodate Dublin based food and drink producers who are clients of any of the four Dublin Local Enterprise Offices.
Dublin Food Chain is a collaborative initiative of Local Enterprise Offices in the Dublin area. The Dublin Food Chain is part of an ongoing effort to harness the power of the 'collective', in order to ensure that Co. Dublin's unique food heritage benefits from the attention it deserves.