EDL Weekender: St. Patrick's Weekend
It’s St Pat’s Day this weekend. Save your “so you’re now celebrating St. Pats in Lagos” takes. Nobody axed you. There’s a whole bunch of stuff going on this weekend so we’ve picked out a couple that we’d check out.
Chef SiA at Black Olive
Chef SiA is back in town and she’s popping up at Black Olive this weekend. There are three seatings - dinner on Friday (today), lunch and dinner on Saturday (tomorrow). To reserve, click the button below
To prep you for SiA, we interviewed her on the blog this week. Also, check out the the menu:
Bottomless Brunch at South
South Social and Eatery House and LA Concepts present the 1st edition of the United We Brunch series- “Disco Brunch Edition”, celebrating all things disco, funk & boogie. Bottomless cocktails for N7000 per head all day long and a brunch menu to hit all the right spots.
Is N7000 just for cocktails? Or is brunch included? Anyway, you guys can find out and let me know. To reserve,
Edouardo Jordan at RSVP
RSVP has pulled off a BIG BIG coup for RSVP African Heritage Week. They’re bringing Edouardo Jordan to Lagos to takeover the kitchen.
We are excited to present Chef Edouardo Jordan in our Kitchen Takeover on Saturday 16th March 2019 as part of our RSVP African Heritage Week - a 3 day celebration of African heritage through art, food, music and culture through 15th to 17th March
Edouardo Jordan is a James Beard award winner, which is like the Grammy’s but for culinary activity. He picked up Best New Restaurant for one of his restaurants, Junebaby, and Best Chef: Northwest for the other, Salare. That’s a hell of a resume. He’s also the first black chef since 1995 to get a 3-star review in the NY Times.
The house will probably be full so you definitely need to make a reservation.
The Chef’s Pop Up
A couple friends of the house, Chef Alex and Chef Cristian, will be popping up at the Landmark beach this Sunday.
Tacos & Beer with El Padrino
St. Patrick’s Day at BarBar
There probably won’t be any green beer, but BarBar is hosting a Beer Pong tournament and the winning beer pong team gets N100,000 in bar spend.
NŌK Beer Parlour
AUDACITY, a story of 50 daring #TechWomenLagos, portrayed in a portrait series and exhibition by Techcabal, is opening at the Africa Fintech Foundry on the 16th of March, 2019.