Escape to the hills for a supper club experience to remember this May. We believe in quality, organic, home grown and seasonal ingredients. Great cooking in elegant surroundings.
This month we invite you to enjoy a four-course vegetarian menu to celebrate the first spring harvest.
After the success of Graze cafe @ The elbowroom in Dublin, owner Lisa Wilkinson and head chef, Caitríona Nic Philibín have opened a supper club nestled in the mountains in the Glen of Imaal in The elbowroom escape.
What is earth to plate
Our themed menus combine optimum nutrition whilst never sacrificing on taste or creativity. We endeavour to grow the majority of food or use suppliers within a 5-mile radius.
For ultimate freshness, many elements of your meal are handpicked from our organic terraced permaculture gardens adjacent to the dining room.
Past events include
- Vegan forest feast
- Winter wonderland warmer
- South Indian vegetarian Thali
- Middle Eastern Mezze
- Veganuary Feast
After dining you can chose to chill out before retiring to one of our 7 luxury rooms to sleep off your meal. Then wake up in the morning and walk a mountain before or after breakfast. A guilt free indulgence. Locals are welcome to pop in and make their own way home.
Our dining is BYOC – Bring your own cocktail spirit. We have a choice of drink blends to purchase with your spirit to pair with your meal – or take it virgin!
- Start Date: Friday 12th May 2017
- Time: 19:30
Friday 12th May
19:30 Dinner is served
Your full meal is included along with spring water.
Our event is BYOC – bring your own cocktail spirit. We then will sell you on delicious blends of home produced mixers to accompany your spirit. We will forward you on our suggested cocktail mix prior to the event so you can select which spirit to bring.
4 course set menu €39 per head
If you want to to stay sleep overs are €60 per person sharing with brunch in our luxury accomodation.
Lisa is queenbee of The elbowroom in Dublin and The elbowroom escape in Wicklow. She is the proverbial Duracell Bunny, teacher, potter, gardener, baker, health enthusiast and passionate foodie. But first and foremost, proud mother to two fabulous children.
The elbowroom escape is also Lisa's home and she can be often spotted knee-deep in some kind of muck, hosting retreats, writing or brewing a variety of concoctions in her cabin.
She built her pottery studio after studying in Dublin and has been focusing on throwing the tableware for the kitchens and guests at The escape.