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Tom Kerridge presents Pub in the Park. A Michelin-starred festival. In Marlow.

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Three days of gourmet food, cracking music and lush vibes you say?
Like the best pub garden maybe EVER? And not just gourmet food, but a whole festival of Michelin-starred gourmet food?
Well I’m in. I’m not sure there could be anything more up my alley.

With pop-up versions of both of Tom’s Marlow ‘pubs’ The Hand and Flowers and The Coach, this is a fantastic opportunity to feast on his delicious offerings without booking a year in advance OR chancing your luck on bagging a table.

Sharing the love with other ace local chefs who will not only have pop-ups of their own, but will be laying on live cooking demos, this is as far away from the usual packet of crisps and a pint of lager that you can imagine.

This family event will have rowing boats and games on the lawn (this is Marlow after all) and the riverside live music will continue into the evening. There will also be a chance to shop at an artisan food and drinks market where you can discover top quality local producers as you while away the afternoon.

And let’s not forget of course, the booze! Things are still very much TBC, but I’m expecting plenty of bars, all with a heavy presence of local brews, cider and of course wine. Without naming names at this stage, I trust Mr Kerridge to not disappoint.
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Tickets go on sale early February and I’d get in there quick.
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To quote the big man himself “It’s gunna be lush.”

The Details:
What: Tom Kerridge Presents Pub in the Parkm
When: 19 – 21 May 2017
Where: Higginson Park, Marlow, Bucks, SL7 2AE

See you there friends!

Disclaimer: Because I really liked the look of this event, I asked these guys if I could spread the word, and they agreed.

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