Sage goes to Sea Sunday 6 September 2015 The summer of 2015 will become memorable thanks to the Midleton food festival. The main event is on Saturday 12th of September with thousands descending on Midleton mainstreet, for what promises to be a great day out.
The second of the festivals fringe events was Sage restaurant goes to Sea and this was simply one of the most memorable evenings I have spent in Cork. Great food, great music, stunning Cork Harbour for scenery and great company. Seeing Cobh twinkle in the distance after the sunset is an image that will stay with me forever. The only disappointment is that I have to wait until next year for this now annual event. Book now for next year because this is the one of the best food experiences in the country at the moment and places are limited to the places on the boat.
Our evening started with glorious sun at Aghada pier, Kevin, Reidin and staff met the guests with beautiful canapes and prosecco, and music. The chicken skin and pate canape blew me away, so flavourful and moreish, this needs put on a menu Kevin, I`ll queue for it!
We all boarded our boat for the evening and were swept off on a cruise around Cork harbour being served food, wine, craft beers and cider, all the time being seranaded by our acoustic duo, which later became a full on sing song with myself included singing a few bars.
Fabulous night not much else to stay, roll on next years Sage goes to sea.
Kevin is hosting a special 12 mile producers menu with wine pairings by special guest Tom Doorley on Saturday in Sage restaurant, tickets are soon to be sold out so make sure you book your place for this very special Chef and event! Contact 0214639682 to reserve your place.
I will be showing my films 12 mile https://vimeo.com/102873475
and Beoir (A Tale of Ireland`s Craft Ale) https://vimeo.com/91082645
upstairs in Sage restaurant please do drop by.