My team and I are pleased to invite you on July 17th (Sunday) at 18.00 to the second “supper club” in the framework of the project “I like gluten free”. This time the dinner party will focus on “The gluten-free United States of America” and will be held in the format of a picnic on the grass. But we can also discuss any other topics that interest you, and not be limited to only one subject matter.
The dishes will match the declared theme. I’ll give you for this dinner:
- Baked potatoes with quinoa, dressed with sauce made from capers, Dijon mustard and shallots.
- Freshly baked homemade bread sandwiches in three types: with tuna and anchovy sauce; with sardine spread, farmer parsley and onions; for children and vegans – with dairy-free cheese.
- You will choose dessert, already traditionally, by voting on the eve of the following American sweets: brownies, cinnabons, peanut butter cookies and cookies with chocolate chips.
You will take away all that you will not be able to eat in plastic containers. But if you have an allergy/intolerance to any products (except for gluten, dairy and eggs), please, let us know about it in advance – the menu will be adjusted.
LOCATION: In the case of excellent weather, we will sit on the sun loungers, deck chairs and plaid on the shore of the lake with black swans in the green park (on the territory of the business park “Polustrovo” opposite “Upsala Circus”). If the weather is rainy or too cold, our dinner picnic will be held under the roof of the cafe “Circus” – Feodosiyskaya street, 7A (arrival from Zhukova street for free Parking).
You can find out the details and reserve a place by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call by phone +7-921-943-83-68. The number of guests is limited. Your booking will be reserved for you only after you pay the 50% deposit. Age limit for this event is lowered to 8+. The cost of the dinner is 1300 rubles if you did a repost in our VK group or Instagram; if not – 1500. Drinks are paid separately in the cafe “Circus”, the profits from which will go towards helping children who are engaged in the “Upsala-Circus” and to support young people with special needs.
Translated by Ruslan Anatolevich