The four-course dinner with pairings is offered at a special price for readers of SJO: $85 plus tax ($5.10) — and that includes gratuity. And of course the evening will include all the fun entertainment — fiddlin’, step dancing and such – that makes Raglan Road unique.
The Raglan Road Supper Club menu includes:
Heirloom tomato salad with balsamic drops Vocoret Chablis
Pale ale battered Atlantic Monkfish with sea salted golden chips Raglan Tartar Sauce Terrapin Hopsecutioner IPA
Spit roasted baby lamb with rosemary salt crust, minted pea jelly & fondant potatoes
By the way, Dundon and the Raglan Road crew have a new book out called “I’d Ate the Back Door Buttered Ma!” He told me that that was what kids would say in Ireland when he was growing up when they’d come inside and their mothers would ask if they were hungry. It’s a really fun read and full of terrific recipes.
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