Returning to Glasgow after a successful pop-up restaurant at the Britannia Panopticon Music Hall in November last year, Section 33 have a plan for a five-day food installation in May. The city centre location is still being kept under wraps but organiser Kyle Steel tell us they plan to serve a six-course menu celebrating seasonal Scottish produce.
The idea for each event is to bring high-end dining into interesting surroundings, while at the same time donating a share of profits to people in need around Glasgow.
On the 3rd of May, Section 33 will work alongside Action for Children’s Moving On Project, which assists youth offenders aged 18-21 from across Scotland to become rehabilitated back into society and minimise the risk of reoffending.
Kyle told Glasgowist: “The programme’s incredibly high success rate is testament to the hard working AFC team, continually guiding the young men along the right path in life. We are taking the men under our culinary wings and inviting them into our kitchen to learn and experience what we do. We will be equipping them with the skills and knowledge required to plan, prepare, and cook at the highest level.”
“Our next PopUp will consist of a six-course tasting menu. As always we’ll be showcasing Scotland’s best up and coming musicians for the duration of the Pop-Up restaurant.”
The venue for the event will be announced closer to the event, which runs Wednesday 3rd – Sunday 7th May. Tickets are priced £40 per person, which includes the set menu, an arrival cocktail and music on the night (£5 to reserve ticket, £35 to be paid on the night).
You can book your place here.