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August 09 Edition Cover

Another ‘newsy’ networking lunch

05 Aug 2017

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Following the success of the June lunch, “Docklands News” is presenting another “news event” at the September lunch.

To be held at Berth restaurant in NewQuay on Friday, September 22, the lunch will hear first-hand about the re-branding of Harbour Town and the list of exciting new retailers.

Under new ownership, the wheels have been in motion for months towards a series of announcements that will redefine an important, but underperforming, area of Docklands.

As has been the case for the past eight years, the quarterly lunch costs $60 and comprises three courses and beverages (beers and house wines). Bookings must be made and paid for in advance. The lunch starts at 12 noon (for a 12.30 start).

To book your spot, ring Docklands News on 8689 7979 or email (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Menu

Entree:

Mezze board house-made dips, garlic brioche, house marinated olives and pickles served on arrival.

Mains:

Harissa spiced chicken with crushed potatoes, aioli, beetroot, carrot, pomegranate and parsley salad; OR

Gnocchi ragu in a rich beef sauce with red wine and fresh thyme.

Green salad served with main course. 

Dessert:

Berth’s dessert board: an assortment of homemade desserts.

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