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Pitchfork Cafe at Sims Hill

Sims Hill, Stoke Lane, Frenchay, Bristol, Bristol, BS34 6DZ


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Date
23 June 2019 - 23 June 2019
Doors Open
18:00
Event Ends
21:00
Age Restriction
18 and over
Dress Code
None
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Description

For our event in the Bristol Food Connections week (https://www.bristolfoodconnections.com/) we're at Feed Bristol for a seasonal multi course feast, farm tour, and barbequeing workshop!

Sims Hills Shared Harvest is a community supported agriculture project and one of our favourite suppliers of delicious fresh produce. Tour the farm before the meal and learn about no-dig gardening methods, and come find out our secrets to success for a vegan BBQ. Food will then be served from 7.30pm.

Dining will be outdoors but under cover (in case of rain!)

LIMITED SPACES so booking is essential. £22 for all courses and activities.
All vegan. Menu to be announced in advance.

All profits from this event will be donated to Sims Hill Shared Harvest. For more info on their work: https://simshill.co.uk/

ABOUT PITCHFORK:
Bringing delicious, affordable, seasonal vegan feasts to you - Pitchfork aim to host regular nights in different venues around Bristol and the surrounding area that promote tasty plant based food and community eating.
We like to cook food with ingredients that are bountiful and seasonal; foraging and using fresh ingredients and experimenting with flavours whilst avoiding pretentious menus!
We've developed our love for food and communal eating in varied settings: from cafes and restaurants such as Roll for the Soul and Bell's Diner, to drag themed performances dinners and field kitchens that are feeding thousands of hungry activists.
Any profits made after costs will be donated to grassroots projects and organising.

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