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No14 The Georgian House Celebrates Local Suppliers

No14 The Georgian House, 14 The Square, Comber, County Down, BT23 5DT
No14 at the Georgian House restaurant

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This event is part of Taste Summer in Ards and North Down. To view the full programme, click here.

Kicking off Comber Earlies in style at the Michelin Guide listed Georgian House with Chef Jim Mulholland and team.

There's much to celebrate with the recent listing of the restaurant in the prestigious guide and with the return of the Comber Earlies Food Festival.

15 food, drink and craft producers feature here and all are hand-picked by Jim as his suppliers and local friends. From rare breed pork to delicious local duck eggs. From artisan mallows and cold brew coffee on draft to organic skin care and hygiene products everything is picked by Jim and his team as a celebration of local quality artisans. A rare opportunity to spend some time eating, drinking and gift buying in the leafy shaded wall garded on this magnifcient restaurant.

Here are just some of the producers to expect...

Ballycrochan Artisan - Free Range Artisan Milk
Horner's Farm - Comber Earlies and vegetables
Nitro Coffee Company - Cold brewed flavoured coffee from Comber
Springmount Farm - Eggs, honey and veg
Mrs R'ganics Eco - Organic skincare
Craig Kenny Art - Comber based pop and fine artist
Connoisseurs Bakery - Local Comber Bakery
 

Why not book a table on the day and enjoy the a special menu that Jim has prepared which will be run by the Georgian House during the event serving in all rooms and the courtyard areas of the premises featuring the producers and those renowned Comber Earlies?

 

This is a free event, booking not necessary.

Note that there are steps into the Walled Garden area.

 

In line with government guidance around COVID-19, we encourage event attendees to continue to make safer choices including sanitising, wearing a face covering and keeping distance as appropriate.

Please note all events are subject to change.

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