Since 2017, the Pigtown Food and Culture Series has been synonymous with autumn in Limerick in a celebration of Limerick’s food culture, our producers, and food heritage. Inspired by the history of Limerick’s famous bacon industry, the ‘Pigtown Culture and Food Series’ is an exciting programme of themed events that kicks off every September. Developed by Limerick Food Group and supported by Limerick City & County Council, the series focuses on Limerick’s unique heritage as a way to showcase the great food available locally, building on our deep-rooted food heritage.


The No. 1 Pigtown Dinner

Drawing inspiration from our local Limerick food heritage with the wonderful produce that’s right on our doorstep.

We invite you to Sash Restaurant on Wednesday 28th of September from 5pm as we celebrate the annual Pigtown Limerick food festival. Join us for an exclusive menu created by head chef Alex and the team that celebrates Limericks rich history and food heritage.

We are passionate about all things local here at No. 1 and are honoured to have such incredible food producers feature on our menus.

The evening will begin with a complimentary No. 1 Wild Blackberry Bellini followed by a 3 course menu that features Ballyhoura Mushrooms, New Leaf Urban Farm, Caroline Rigneys Farm, Templeroe Farm, Castelconnel Wild Honey and Attyflin Estate. Menu is €49 plus booking fee

Sommelier Gary Butterfield just back from winning Limerick’s best Wine Experience at the Irish Restaurant Awards will be offering a wine pairing available on the night for an extra €29pp plus booking fee

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No. 1 Wild Blackberry Bellini

To Start

Ballyhoura Mushroom Gnocchi
Smoked New Leaf Urban Farm Leeks, Hakurei Turnip Dashi

Following On

Caroline Rigney’s Pork Belly
Candied Pork Cheek, Black Pudding Purée, New Leaf Urban Farm Carrots, Treaty City Brewery Pale Ale Jus

To Finish

Temple Roe Farm Raw Milk & Castleconnell Wild Honey Parfait
Attyflin Apple & Lavender Gel, Honeycomb


*Plus Booking Fee


For full details on this year’s festival programme www.pigtown.ie