Earlsdon Supper Club is back with another great collaboration. They’ve announced a five-course fine dining collaboration with Sage. Apparently the menu will showcase some of ESC’s signature dishes along with a few new creative additions.
For £45pp you’ll get five courses of excellent food, along with a half bottle of paired wine or soft drinks.
Tickets are going quick, so get in and book yours here. The event starts at 6.30pm to make sure it finishes by 10pm in line with government guidelines.
Earlsdon Supper Club is offering private dining experiences, allowing you to enjoy a seven-course meal safely away from the crowds. The dishes will be described and served by the chef, along with the inspiration behind them and the journey to the table of all the ingredients.
You can book the chef’s table available for one household only or the terrace can be reserved for ‘bubbles’ or households as per government guidelines.
The menu is £49 per person and you need a £10 deposit per person to reserve your table. Find out more here.
Sophie Hyam is back with plenty of events for 2020. In this evening she’ll be bring the flavours of West Africa to Coventry with Flo Perreau as they explore Hibiscus by Lope Ariyo. You’ll enjoy a five-course menu, each course complemented by an alcohol-free drink. Tickets are £34 and you’ll need to pay a £5 non-refundable deposit to secure your place.
Emily’s Cafe, Earlsdon, Coventry, CV5 6EJ
Earlsdon Supper Club are back with one of their ‘ESC x’ nights – this time with Bedouin Nights back for an evening of “great-tasting traditional Turkish recipes with a few twists along the way”. Apparently the last time these two got together it was brilliant so it’s set to be a great night. Tickets are £40 and are available here.
Earlsdon Supper Club, Earlsdon (you get the address when you book)
For those who don’t know, Earlsdon Supper Club does regular collaborations with other great food and drink businesses in Coventry. For the first ESC X of 2020, they’re staging a vegan night with Down To Earth Organic, who have been providing produce for our supper clubs since they started. The menu is designed to showcase the amazing organic seasonal vegetables on offer in Coventry and will no doubt be great. Visit their website for more information and to book.
Earlsdon, Coventry (You get the address when you book)
Earlsdon Supper Club are back with an evening of communal dining. Last I heard this evening was all about gluten-free but head to their website for more details. Earlsdon Supper Club is on my 2020 hit list of Coventry & Warwickshire food and drink experiences – I love their mission and their desire to champion fellow local food enthusiasts.
Earlsdon, Coventry (you get the address when you sign up)
Are you missing the convivial dining of Christmas? Don’t worry, Earlsdon Supper Club are here to help you. Their New Year New Menu event takes inspiration from a recent tour of Venice and Italian family-style eating.
Doors open at 7pm, and you’ll meet your fellow guests over a glass or two before sitting down at the communal table for dinner. Find more info and book here.
Address sent when you book
Earlsdon Supper Club is teaming up with Proof bakery for the first in a series of events that will see them work with local producers.
For this event, ESC and Proof will create a night of middle eastern spices and modern flair. In their words: “Expect slow-roasted meats, big flavours and beautiful bread.”
Proof provides work and training for refugees in Coventry and as part of the collaboration, ESC will be raising money to help fund the training of their bakers. For more information and to book tickets, visit their Eventbrite page here.
Earlsdon Supper Club, Earlsdon, Coventry, CV5 6PN