"A jewel in a slightly forgotten place".
Thanks to Catherine Cleary for her lovely write up and 9 out of 10 review in the Irish Times.
Read the full article here: Barrows Keep Irish Times Feature
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'Reap what you Sow'. Our long table harvest dinner is tonight, as part of Savour Kilkenny. We look forward to welcoming those who are joining us this evening. #savourkilkenny #local #harvest #wine #graiguenamanagh
Big thank you to @savourkilkenny for having us for such a spectacular weekend. Absolutely delighted.
In conjunction with the Town of Books festival, Barrows Keep will be hosting a small wine fair. A tasting experience of new, organic, natural and quirky wines with some top Irish importers, you can even purchase bottles you like at retail prices. We will have a selection of wine books for reading and a few for purchase. Tickets for the tasting are €10.
Along with the wine fair, there will be an art exhibition by south east Plein Air & Stephen will be bbq'ing outside for the afternoon.
Tickets for the tasting can be purchased on the day.
An autumnal visit to Nick & Mairead Hill's farm this morning. The farm is located in Drannagh, Co. Carlow, a short distance from our restaurant Barrows Keep in Graiguenamanagh - on the Carlow/Kilkenny border.
Each week we will receive vegetables from the farm, which is set to be certified organic in January. Great attention and care goes into making these fresh vegetables. We look forward to working with you Nick!