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GOATOBER DUBLIN at Meet Me In The Morning on Saturday 21 October

Meet Me In The Morning, winner of Best Café in Dublin 2017 Irish Restaurant Awards, is launching its first dinner event on 21 October for Dublin’s only Goatober event, which uses billy goats that would usually be a waste product from the dairy industry.

The seven-course menu will use goat meat or milk in each course, paired with three natural wines from La Caveau. All ingredients are local produced, including goat meat from Broughgammon Farm, vegetables from McNally Family Farm, mushrooms from Ballyhoura Mountain Mushrooms and lots of home-picked foraged ingredients too. Tickets are 75€ per person, including wines. The full menu reads as follows:

Goat sweetbreads and parsley
Goat butter and eye toast
Goat terrine and pickles

Goat kidney and liver taco
Goat croquettes and whey
Goat tartar, miso yolk, wild garlic
Goat belly, rose hip and damson, potato
Goat cecina, fig
Goat cheeses, apple
Apple, Tony's honeycomb, sweet chestnut, goat custard

Saturday, 21 October 2017
Meet Me In The Morning
50 Pleasants Street
Saint Kevin’s
Dublin 8
Dinner at 7.30pm

#Goatober UK has been launched by ethical meat champion and producer James Whetlor from Cabrito Goat Meat. The original #Goatober was launched in America in 2010 and was the brainchild of Heritage Radio Network Executive Director, Erin Fairbanks, and renowned New York cheesemonger, Anne Saxelby. It is now an annual campaign every year in October which sees Heritage Foods USA partner with goat dairies around upstate New York and Vermont to purchase their unwanted males. 

For full details of Goatober Dublin and other events visit www.cabrito.co.uk/goatober

For more information and images please contact Hannah Blake at The Dining Room PR
07730 039361 | hannah@thediningroompr.co.uk