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Food at The Fyn Bar, Friday & Saturday Nights

September 24, 2021

Food at The Fyn Bar, Friday & Saturday Nights

FOOD ANNOUNCEMENT: INTRODUCING FIRE & FYN!

Enjoying a few Fyn & Tonics or Cocktails can be hungry work, so we are delighted to announce our new food offering “FIRE & FYN”, a collaboration with pop-up caterers Fire & Ice.

Many of you will already have sampled the gourmet delights served by the Fire & Ice team from their converted vintage French fire engine at events around the Island or previously at some of our launch nights. The Fire & Ice team create delicious modern, street food style dishes using always the freshest Manx ingredients.

From the 1st of OCTOBER the Fire Engine will be parking up in The Fynoderee Distillery on Friday and Saturday evenings from 6.30pm – 9.30pm.

But what wonders will they be serving up, you ask? Please view our 'Visit' page to see their sensational new “Sliders Menu” in full!

Ready for legendary nights with mythic spirits and fyntastic food? Click the link  to book your table

For table bookings of 8 or more please contact us on bookings@fynoderee.com

(We will be providing table service with food orders taken on the night. Specific dietary requests can be accommodated with prior notice given at time of booking.)





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