Sustainable Brunch at Charlie's with Chappell & Caldwell

Join us for a delicious, thoughtfully sourced, vegan brunch at your favourite coffee shop! #sustfest19 #chappellandcaldwell #lovefromcharlies #sustainablyminded #veganbrunch

Sunday, 19th May 2019 at 11:00am
Charlie's Coffee and Company

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*Vegan* BRUNCH - 3 Courses
£29.00 + £1.82 fees
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Please note, tables are set out for 2 diners. If you are a larger party, please get in touch so we can be sure we can accommodate you.

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We are delighted to announce our first brunch at Charlie's Coffee and Company.  As this event is part of the St Albans Sustainability Festival, we are creating an exciting, 3 course, vegan menu with our usual focus on seasonality and food miles in sourcing our produce.  Your ticket includes 3 courses, your favourite Charlie's coffee and a soft drink.

Charlie's Coffee Shop is small but perfectly formed, so space and tickets are limited.  Tables will be set up for 2 guests so bring a loved one!

Please note that this is a set menu event – It is essential to inform us of allergies at time of booking to ensure we are able to accommodate your needs.  Many thanks. 

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Starts: Sunday, May 19th 2019 at 11:00am
Ends: 12:30pm

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Timezone: Europe/London
Bookings close: May 19th 2019


Charlie's Coffee and Company
87 London Road
St Albans
United Kingdom

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