North Star Delicatessen launches their Supper Club showcasing local produce

Three Chorlton businesses have teamed up to organise an exclusive dining event that showcases independent retailers, and some of the region’s finest produce.

North Star Delicatessen are launching their Supper Club on Friday 8th July, and aim to have local butchers and fishmongers sitting down to a meal with local foodies to share their passion and knowledge of local food.

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The Supper Club will feature a mouth watering 3 course menu of seasonal gourmet food lovingly prepared by North Star Delicatessen who have built a reputation for outstanding quality and customer service in Chorlton over the last eight years.

“All too often the simple option is to go to your local supermarket chain and buy produce that has travelled great distances and lost a lot of its freshness,” says Adam Berlyne from North Star Delicatessen.

“We want to build relationships with local gourmets and independent suppliers close to home and provide a unique dining experience for foodies across Greater Manchester”, he adds.

Dave Yarwood from Out of the Blue fishmongers is excited about the opportunity to collaborate with North Star Delicatessen and W.H. Frost Butchers.

“Years ago you used to be able to purchase an entire meal’s worth of ingredients within your local community; we want to be able to show Mancunians what’s available right on their doorstep.”, he said.

The first North Star Delicatessen Supper Club will be happening on Friday 8th July at North Star Delicatessen, 148 Wilbraham Road, Manchester, M21 0SD,

Supper Club Tickets are limited to 30 and are available online, in-store at North Star Delicatessen or by calling 0161 862 0133.

Get one before they’re all snapped up!

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