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Let’s Eat Glasgow, Restaurant Festival and Pop Up Market 5- 6 Sept 2015

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Let's Eat Glasgow is Scotland's first restaurant festival and Pop-up market

5th - 6th September / FREE ENTRY

SWG3, 100 Eastvale Pl, Finnieston, Glasgow G3 8QG

mother indiaDelicious fresh food served by Glasgow's top restaurants under one roof – including Mother India, Stravaigin, Crabshakk, Ubiquitious Chip, Ox and Finch, Cail Bruich and Guys.

Seasonal Produce from 60 of the west coast's top artisan producers

Inspirational Cooking

and butchery demonstrations

Livestock

Live music and entertainment

Sign up for advance info and early bird tickets on the website: letseatglasgow.co.uk

Pre-sale £5 food vouchers available via:  letseatglasgow.bigcartel.com

Let's Eat Glasgow is celebrating local food and promoting healthy eating.

 'Real Food, Real Folk' is a co-operative of restaurateurs is planning to promote Glasgow’s food scene and encourage social inclusion through a series of events. Kicking off with Let's Eat Glasgow.

The new food festival is hoping to impact upon the city's nutrition problem –  all profits will go into education and workshops in deprived areas of the city.  Already the chefs are working with after school clubs and parents groups.

Entry to Let's Eat Glasgow is free.  A range of freshly made dishes made by the chefs will be available to buy during the day – costing between £5 - £7.50.

In the evening there will be a Real Food, Real Folk restaurant serving dishes by participating chefs.

Community groups with a focus on food will also be invited to take part in the event Maryhill Food Bank , Locavore and The Coach House Trust.

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One response to “Let’s Eat Glasgow, Restaurant Festival and Pop Up Market 5- 6 Sept 2015”

  1. Pat Byrne says:

    This is bound to be special. Glasgow’s best restaurants in Scotland’s First Restaurant Festival.

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