Actions and Detail Panel
RJFM January Pop-Up Restaurant at Salut Wine Bar!
Wed 25 January 2017, 19:30 – 23:00 EST
January is rubbish! So we thought we'd cheer you up (and really test your dry January will power) by hosting a pop-up restaurant in a wine bar!! We'll be dishing up a selection of small plates and dishes to share, accompanied by a delightful wine list from the people in the know (obviously you don’t have to drink wine, other alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are available… but they really do know their stuff!). As with all of our Real Junk Food events, the feast will be made entirely from ingredients that would otherwise go to waste, so you can feel super that you’re helping the environment just by enjoying a nice meal! And as ever, all of our meals are served on a pay-as-you-feel basis.... so if you're feeling the pitch from your tax return, or if Christmas has bitten you on the bum, come and have a lovely meal out, and pay-as-you-feel! Book your ticket on Eventbrite to join us.
Over 15 million tonnes of food goes to waste every year in the UK alone, and a vast majority of that food is perfectly edible. Our project aims to tackle food waste, raise awareness, and offer great food to all.
– One ticket = one seat (so, for example, if you’d like to reserve a table for 4 you need book 4 tickets)
– Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are available at the bar until 11pm, the bar is not pay-as-you-feel (we’re not that daft).
– On the night you can pay-as-you-feel for your meal using either cash, or paypal via the app / website on your phone.
– Places are limited, so if book a seat(s) and then can’t attend please do let us know or cancel your ticket(s) through Eventbrite.
All funds raised will go directly to support The Real Junk Food Project Manchester in fighting food waste and food poverty. Real Junk Food Manchester is a not for profit project. We source food that would otherwise go to waste, cook it into nutritious meals, and serve them to everyone and anyone on a pay-as-you-feel basis. We work with food businesses to reduce food waste, and help people in food poverty to access enough food and good food. We also campaign to make our food system fairer and more sustainable…. damn we’re nice!