December 10th 2012 #Urbun2013
Regulars of the bun may have noticed a suspicious looking photographer
lurking around the place of late, and after weeks of keeping our sugar dusted
lips shut; we can FINALLY reveal what he’s been up to!
#Urbun2013 is on sale now and features some of our dishiest
staff members for your viewing pleasure.
The calendar, priced at €8, is available for purchase in the
cafe with all proceeds going to The Children’s Medical and Research Foundation
(CMRF) at Our Lady’s Chidren’s Hospital in Crumlin.
CMRF want to give sick children the best chance possible.
Children are sick – right now. Their illnesses ignore time and circumstance.
Their battle for wellness won’t wait until tomorrow. The good folk at Crumlin
have already started to build and renovate facilities for cardiac and cancer
patients but they need our help.
A further €4 million is needed to complete the construction
so that sick kids can get the care they deserve. With your help, patients can
expect world class facilities by Summer 2013.
100% of proceeds raised by #Urbun2013 will go to the CRMF.
Pick up your copy today - we promise you’ll never be so
MICHELIN STAR POP-UP AT URBUN CAFE
PRESS RELEASE - December 4th 2012 #UrbunPopUp
Urbun Cafe presents: Pop-Up Dinner with former Noma chefs Yannick and Louise
Urbun Cafe is
excited to announce a collaboration with top chefs Yannick Van-Aeken
and Louise Bannon. For two nights only, the renowned duo will dish up a
once-off five course meal in the suburban cafe.
Yannick and Louise
have spent the past five years in the acclaimed Copenhagen restaurant, Noma,
winner of the ‘World’s Best Restaurant’ award for three years running and proud
owner of not just one but two Michelin stars. They are now touring Ireland,
staging exclusive pop-up dining events on a restricted basis.
The dining event, for two nights only on the 16th and 17th
of December from 8 p.m., will demonstrate Yannick & Louise’s
exceptional cooking skills and passion for food using locally sourced produce.
Yannick and Louise have already produced outstanding
results with recent pop-up dining events in both Kai Restaurant in Galway and Ballymaloe House in Cork.
For their inaugural pop-dinner in Dublin, Urbun Cafe was an obvious choice of
Nestled in the heart
of Cabinteely Village, Urbun’s quirky and laid back style provides the perfect
backdrop for this unique experience. Their ethos, reflecting Yannick &
Louise’s own philosophy, is all about using locally sourced seasonal produce
and quality ingredients to create tasty and hearty meals.
The five-course menu is priced at €80 per
person and will include an aperitif, snacks and petit fours. Wine is not
included but will be available on the night as selected by Yannick and Louise
at specially discounted prices.
call Urbun on 01 2848872
Please not that due
to anticipated high demand, places are extremely limited and booking is
therefore absolutely essential. A credit card will be required at the time of
booking and a cancellation policy will apply.
Located in the heart of Cabinteely Village, Urbun is a hip yet wholesome
Whether you’re hankering after a hearty meal, an indulgent homemade
sweet treat or just want a really great cup of coffee, Urbun is open and
smiling seven days a week.
A daytime cafe, Urbun is all about great food using nothing but the best
locally sourced seasonal produce.
Owned by two trendy twenty-somethings, Katie Gilroy and Niamh Browne,
Urbun first opened its doors in February 2010. Both die-hard foodies, (in a
previous life Katie was the food editor of Totally Dublin and Ballymaloe -
trained Niamh cut her teeth working in the London cafe scene), their
inaugural project together was selling baked goods at a weekend farmers’ market
For further information/imagery please contact:
Judy Gilroy - email@example.com
For further information/reservations please contact:
Urbun Cafe, Old Bray Road, Cabinteely - 01 2848872