Bites, Camera, Action Presents: “The Disaronno Series” At Union



Bites, Camera, Action Presents: “The Disaronno Series” At Union
 Bites, Camera, Action Presents: “The Disaronno Series” At Union Street Café Back by popular demand, Bites, Camera, Action returns once again to Union Street Café in Southwark. Guests will be made another offer they can’t refuse by taking a seat and literally tasting the action as iconic Italian silver screen classics are shown on the large screen paired with Italian dishes from Head Chef Davide Degiovanni and chased with clever cocktails created by Disaronno – the world’s favourite Italian liqueur. Head ‘downtown’ to Southwark’s modern Italian trattoria for the next screenings in the series, which include two New York-­‐based mafia movies (The Godfather, Donnie Brasco) and the Michael Caine caper story classic The Italian Job. Kicking off at 7pm sharp on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, the mob will descend downstairs to Union Street Bar for each screening. Davide Degiovanni will prepare a number of criminally delicious tasting plates, firstly for The Godfather including aged balsamic and Pecorino meatballs, to pair with the feast of on-­‐screen action. Watch one of the most iconic gangster films whilst washing down dinner with Italian tipples by Disaronno. Among the creative cocktails will be the Grande Amaro – a refreshing and sweet sipper with Disaronno Amaretto and the floral flavours of lavender, violet and dandelion. Forthcoming screenings in the series will include: 23 & 24 June – The Godfather 21 & 22 July – The Italian Job 18 & 19 August – Donnie Brasco Whether you fancy yourself as a bit of a Don Corleone or you’re just a fiend for Italian cuisine, get a bloomin’ move on! Wise guys won’t want to miss this.
Bites, Camera, Action runs on the second last Tuesday and Wednesday of each month throughout the summer (23/24 June; 21/22 July; 18/19 August) and tickets cost £35 per person, which includes admission to the screening three taster dishes and two cocktails. Doors open at 6.30pm. Space is limited, so early booking is advised to avoid disappointment. Reservations can be made by calling 020 7592 1226 or emailing [email protected] Union Street Café 47 – 51 great Suffolk Street London SE1 OBS @unionstreetcafe | FB: unionstcafe #BitesCameraAction @Disaronno_Uk About Gordon Ramsay Group Gordon Ramsay Group comprises a collection of restaurants and bars by acclaimed chef, restaurateur, TV personality and author Gordon Ramsay. Headed by Managing Director Stuart Gillies, it employs more than 700 people in London where it has a collection of 14 restaurants, including the recently-­‐opened maze Grill Royal Hospital Road. The Group has a total of 27 restaurants globally and 7 Michelin stars, with international restaurants from Europe to the US, the Middle East and Asia. Originally routed in fine dining, the Group has expanded to include more diverse and informal sites offering a wide variety of guest experiences around the globe, such as maze, London House, Plane Food by Gordon Ramsay at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 and Union Street Café in London, Gordon Ramsay Steak in Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsay at Forte Village, Sardinia, as well as the recently opened Bread Street Kitchen, Hong Kong, a concept taken from the Group’s Bread Street Kitchen, St Paul’s, London. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea is the Group's flagship venue, which has held three Michelin-­‐stars for more than 12 years. For more information visit About Disaronno Thanks to its smooth taste and unmistakable aroma, Disaronno enjoys cult status as an Italian style icon in more than 160 countries worldwide. A mark of “Made in Italy” excellence for over 500 years, Disaronno continues to capture the imagination of discerning consumers everywhere. The unique and distinctive design of the bottle, with original square cap, adds a sense of contemporary elegance and style. Disaronno is perfectly inviting on the rocks yet also in fine cocktail form. Versatile and easily recognizable, it gives a special touch to a rich array of drinks. 

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