March 30 2014
This week, The Pig is mostly…
Delighted to announce that tickets for Pig Guide Supper Club events are being snapped up by our members faster than you can say “nom-nom-nom”. To join in with the glorious goings-on at The Pig Guide/ Indulgence Cafe/Raisin Wines tasting event on Friday 11 April, email firstname.lastname@example.org today.
Wondering how many more new restaurants Bath can support before another raft of established ventures are forced to go under to make way for them. Do we really need another smoke-centric venture? Will Sawclose really benefit from the arrival of two massive, faceless restaurant chains? Hm…
Lovin’ the work of Hugh Prentice, the resourceful guy responsible for collecting 40 kilos of used coffee grounds from cafes around Bath every day and using them to grow mushrooms in the vaults beneath Green Park Station. Really? Yes, really! And this is just the beginning of Hugh’s fabulous fungi-related plan – discover more about his Fungi Fruit company here.
Excitedly oinking about The Pig’s inaugural double-page foodie spread in Bristol’s super-fabulous Shipshape magazine – it’s a brand new collaboration that makes the very most of a very tasteful tale (tail?) of two cities.
Offering a Big Pig warm welcome to the latest Pig members to join the sty: step forward and take a bow Hartley Farm Shop and Cafe and the Weston Inn – The Pig is lovin’ your work! For further information on the benefits of official Pig Guide membership, email email@example.comCategorised in: News