Tickets now on sale for Italian evening
25 November 2019
A pop-up dining event at The Harley Café aims to boost local fundraising efforts to help the people whose homes and businesses have been affected by the recent floods across Worksop and Retford.
Welbeck Farm Shop founder, Joe Parente, and acclaimed chef, Jake Simpson (pictured), are hosting a second in a series of pop-up events, this time to raise funds for the local community. A new menu of Italian cuisine has been specially created for the occasion.
It will take place on Friday 6 December and £5 from every ticket sold will go directly to the Bassetlaw Flood Relief Appeal; a fund which has been set up by Bassetlaw District Council.
The duo recently organised two exclusive pop-up restaurant evenings at Welbeck and received an overwhelming response with all tickets snapped up within days. So, when it was decided to help raise money for the local fundraising appeal, it made sense to host a similar event.
This dining experience will include dishes that use produce fresh from the Welbeck estate and the surrounding area. The evening will be different to the first pop-up event and will be accompanied by a wine list that has been curated personally by Joe. Also available will be handcrafted real ale from Welbeck Abbey Brewery and a small selection of aperitifs and digestifs.