A Tale of Two Trades Autumn Pop Up: October 17th and 18th

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Taking place at the stunning 18th century Saint Thomas The Martyr church in the centre of Bristol, “A Tale of Two Trades” is a pop up that sees a collaboration between renowned chef Tom Green (The Flavour Smith) and prominent bartender Richard Tring (Red Light and Weber & Tring’s).

After the success of their first event this summer, the pair have teamed up once again – this time at this show-stopping new venue – to present an evening of canapés and a 4 course menu with bespoke cocktails expertly matched to each dish.

Arrival is at 7.30pm, with diners called to their tables at 8pm sharp. There is no BYO (additional drinks can be bought on the evening), and tickets are priced at £60 per head. Tickets must be booked in advance and paid for by cash only, and can be bought at Weber & Tring’s fine sprit and liqueurs shop on the Christmas Steps.

The menu for the evening (befitting of its church setting…) reads as follows…

 

Sacrament

Altar Bread And Local Game

The Blessing

Brugal Blanco Rum, Beaujolais, Fino Sherry, Lemon, Orange Bitters

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Homewood Dairy Cured Ewes Curd, Quince, Wet Walnut & Celery

The Quince Of Peace:

Naked Grouse Whisky, Pear Juice, Quince Syrup & Black Walnut Bitters

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No.3 Gin & Beetroot Cured Salmon, Horseradish, Cucumber

The Blood Of Christ:

No.3 Gin, Apple And Beetroot Juice, Dill

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Beef, Truffle Macaroni & Wild Mushroom

Sacred Memories:

Jim Beam Bourbon, Cacao, Blackberry Liqueur, Absinthe & Sherry Vinegar

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Pumpkin Pie & Neal’s Yard Creme Fraiche

Blasphemous Flip:

Courvoisier Exclusif Cognac, Chestnut Liqueur, Butternut Squash, Cream & Nutmeg

 

Places are limited and are on a strictly first come, first served basis. Head to Weber & Tring’s to book your place, or to find out more, call 07872 301413.

 

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