October events to fall for

October 2017 events

For a mellow October I have picked a dozen events for you to eat, drink and discover some of the best chefs and producers in the West Midlands.

The first is a Salt & Earth pop-up by  Nikki Astley (formerly Two Cats Kitchen ).  He has chosen the recently opened Kanteen in the Custard Factory as a venue to showcase an eclectic menu with Latin American and Eastern influences  – including octopus. There are six dates to choose from.

I will be heading over to Staffordshire for the Stone Food & Drink Festival at the weekend and seeing what local producers have in store for foodies.

Shropshire chef James Sherwin is holding a special tasting dinner at Alderford Lake, Whitchurch. Look out for an exclusive competition on the blog to win a pair of tickets for the Saturday 28th October Wild Shropshire evening later in the week!

Two other themed dinners have caught my eye this month. Taste of Leamington is a mini tour of Sabai Sabai, Momenti, Eleven and Oscars restaurants in the town to raise funds for local charities. Over in Brum, chef Tom Aikens will be in his Mailbox restaurant to host a five course Beef Dinner, which includes a butchery demonstration.

There is no shortage of drink events being held in October either. The Wine Gang will bring their Winter Wine Festival to The Cube, Birmingham for a day of tasting over 200 different vintages. If you would like to learn more about natural Austrian wines, then  Carters of Moseley has a Meet the Winemaker event to try. The Bluebell in Henley in Arden is showcasing  South African wines, meanwhile over in Kenilworth The Cross is repeating its popular Costswold Gin Dinner.  It is a taste of the deep South with New Orleans cocktails at The Church in Birmingham and Westons Cider will be celebrating the harvest with an evening tour and light supper in Ledbury.

Full details over on the October events page.

If you go to any of my recommended events I would love to hear how you get on. Also if there is anything coming up in November that you think I should know about, drop me a line on midlandsgourmetgirl@gmail.com

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