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You can click on the booking links for each of the events below, or go straight to a list of all events on Eventbrite:


BSFF19 0062 cc 300pxSeafood Buffet on Inis Oírr – 20 May 2022
Sold Out!

We kick off the Burren Slow Food Festival with a favourite – the Seafood Journey to Tí Ned on Inis Oírr!
Departure on 20 May 2022 at 5pm sharp from the new pier in Doolin, return at 8pm

Ferry trip and seafood buffet (drinks not included)
Price per person: €65 + fees

As a bonus, when you have completed the booking for either of the events below, you will receive a confirmation email with a 25% discount voucher which you can use for a trip with Doolin Ferry Co.

Book here – booking is essential – this event will sell out very quickly due to a limited seating capacity in the pub. – Sold out.


GEOfood booking Burren Slow Food FestivalGEOfood – Launch, Talks & Tastings – 21 May 2022

This is a free event. Tickets are needed for the seating area as places are limited.

Join us on Saturday from 12 to 4.30pm for the launch of GEOfood, a global brand that promotes food produced in UNESCO Global Geoparks. GEOfood emphasises the connections between local food, food traditions and geological heritage.

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Burren Banquet at the Burren Slow Food FestivalBurren Slow Food Banquet – 21 May 2022

Chef Peter Jackson and his team at the Burren Storehouse will regal our tastebuds with some amazing dishes showcasing the wonderful variety and the exceptional standards of the foods from Co. Clare. 75% of the produce cooked in this 6-course tasting menu will be GEOfood produced in the Burren & Cliffs of Moher Geopark. The menu will feature Waygu, oysters, St. Tola goats cheese, smoked salmon from the Burren and Co. Clare.

Price per person: €45 + booking fees

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Ukrainian cookery demo Burren Slow Food FestivalCookery demos – Celebration of Ukrainian Food – 22 May 2022

This is a free event. Tickets are needed for the seating area as places are limited.
The third day of the Burren Slow Food Festival will be dedicated to Ukrainian food culture. Lisdoonvarna has welcomed many Ukrainians refugees in their midst and we want to give them a chance to show us about a piece of their culture.
The first cookery demo starting at 1pm will be given by members of the Ukrainian community and will showcase an authentic dish from their home country.
Then, well-known chef Jess Murphy from Kai Restaurant will be cooking side by side with Niamh Fox (owner of former café Little Fox, Ennistymon). The food will be inspired by the Ukrainian food culture, and they will use local produce.
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