||Event:The 4th Annual Great Irish Foodie Quiz (2013)
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It's back.....the food nerd's event of the year. Once again all our proceeds will go directly to Down Syndrome Ireland. Once again, it will be a night of foodie fun and wicked competition. Prizes are, as always, astounding; Myles McWeeney returns as our Quiz Master; Yet again, the wine questions will stump most of you and you’d better brush up on your spices…..once again, this is the gourmet gathering not to be missed.
This year the wine tasting section of the quiz is courtesy of BLACK PIG (Donnybrook). Check them out at www.blackpig.ie and brush up on your wines!!
WHERE: BORD GÁIS THEATRE, The Circle Club (food available and full bar)
WHEN: THURSDAY MARCH 7TH, 8PM
We are looking for teams of 4. The cost is €25 per person, but you must book and pay for your whole team at once.
To Book Your Table.
1) Simply click on the tab 'SPONSOR ME NOW' on the left, enter €100.00 for your table.
2) Put your Team Name in the Personal Message Box. That means your Team Name shows up alongside your payment. It's important to have the team name as you will need it to gain entry on the night of the quiz.
3) Please also add the team leaders name in the Name box. Otherwise 'annonymous' comes up.
(When you pay online your payment goes directly to the charity; you must pay in advance as you will not be able to pay on the night)
Also, if you can't make the quiz you can always simply donate to the charity. Just mark 'Donation' in the Personal Message box.
As always the prizes at this event are incredible, and worth the entry costs. Last year, most people went home with something and not just the quiz winners, some of the best prizes are kept for the raffle.
Here are some of the prizes up for grabs…..
• The Cliff House Ardmore, Waterford….overnight stay Bed & Breakfast with Dinner in their Michelin starred restaurant http://www.thecliffhousehotel.com/
• €200 Voucher for Chapter One Restaurant, Michelin Starred Restaurant http://www.chapteronerestaurant.com/
• A Master class with Michelin Star Chef, Kevin Thornton, Thornton’s Restaurant http://www.thorntonsrestaurant.com/
• 4 x VIP Tickets to Taste of Dublin http://www.tasteofdublin.ie/
• Two nights in a suite in The Twelve Hotel, Galway with a masterclass in wine from general manager and award winning sommelier Fergus O’Halloran. The Twelve Hotel is the only Irish hotel to win the Wine Spectator Award for five years running, along with numerous other awards for their excellent wine list. www.thetwelvehotel.ie
• A visit to the 5-star Castlemartyr Resort including two nights bed & breakfast in one of the resort’s Manor Suites and dinner on one evening in the AA Rosette award-winning restaurant The Bell Tower. www.castlemartyrresort.ie
• Two nights in Knockranny House Hotel, including Seamus Common’s tasting menu in LaFougere restaurant www.knockrannyhousehotel.ie
• The new signature supper menu with a flight of wines, and an overnight stay in a suite with breakfast the following morning in The Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin http://www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/travel/dubbr-the-shelbourne-dublin-a-renaissance-hotel/
• Two nights in a suite in Lisloughrey Lodge in Cong, County Mayo, overlooking Lough Corrib, including dinner on one evening in Wilde’s Restaurant www.lisloughreylodge.com
• An overnight stay in The Cliff Townhouse on St Stephen’s Green for two people, including their new Flying Fish lunch, cocktails in their bar in the evening followed by dinner in their seafood restaurant www.theclifftownhouse.com
• Dinner for 2 with Cocktails at SABA http://www.sabadublin.com/
• Dinner for 2 at The Cake Cafe, with a glass of wine. Www.thefakecafe.ie
• Spend the day with the stars at Montrose....a walk-on part in Fair City for 2!
• Dinner for 4 at Chameleon Restaurant in Temple Bar. You will dine at one of their Opium tables and also be treated to a magnum of Prosecco!
• A wireless colour screen Baby Moniter from Rory Casey at Fibrepulse Ltd in Castelbar, Co. Mayo www.firepulse.com
• A delicious hamper of hand made chocolates from Cocoa Atelier.
• You're very own food quiz board game, Irish made and designed, Smorgasbord.
• Dinner at the Morrison Grill in the revamped Morrison Hotel
• Voucher for dinner at the Jaipur group.
• The Ice House, Ballina: One night bed & breakfast in one a Riverview Deluxe Room with a glass of bubbles on arrival, dinner in the Pier Restaurant and complimentary use of the Chill Spa Thermal Area. http://www.icehousehotel.ie/index.html
• A Full Rib of Hereford Dry Aged Beef from Ennis Butchers http://ennisbutchers.com/
• Dinner for 4 at Crackbird ‘a night with me bird’!
• Dinner for 2, Skinflint
• Dinner for 2, JoBurger Town
• Taste of Emilia voucher
• Blackrock Cellar Hamper
• Tickets for the Bord Gáis Theatre: CARMEN & THE LION KING
• Tickets for 2 to Stockton's Wing, at the National Concert Hall on St. Patrick's night
……to mention but a few.
(Huge thanks to all the supporters of The Great Irish Foodie Quiz)
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Down Syndrome Ireland
Down Syndrome Ireland is the national organisation of people with Down Syndrome and their families with over 3,000 member families and 25 voluntary branches nationwide. It is dedicated to being the primary source of support and information to people with Down syndrome, their families and the professional community, working towards an improved quality of life along with a respect and acceptance of people with Down syndrome as valued members of Society. Down Syndrome Ireland provide a wide range of supports and services to people with Down syndrome, their families and the professionals that assist them, from support services in the early days for new parents; through to early development; educational support; health advice; projects to develop independence; advocacy; and social activities, at both national and local level. Down Syndrome Ireland is almost fully reliant on donations and fundraising to support their work, so every penny really will make a difference. For more information on Down Syndrome Ireland visit www.downsyndrome.ie