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The next Blake’s Table will feature local seafood legend Rob Moir of Northern Rivers Seafood. Rob and his family have owned and operated the business for more than 30 years!

As a result of many years of experience, they have established a very strong and loyal customer base in both retail and wholesale.

Rob and Blake have carefully chosen a selection of local seafood to showcase a menu like no other! Book early to avoid disappointment.  Friday 24 February from 6.30pm in Spinnakers Restaurant, Level One, Ballina RSL Club.

Just $69 per head includes a drink on arrival, several courses plus dessert. Guests will hear from Blake and Rob during the evening meal. Non-seafood lovers can also be catered for if you notify the restaurant at the time of booking.

Held four times a year in Spinnakers Restaurant, Blake’s Table is a locally sourced produce feast that includes several courses plus dessert. Each one is very different as Blake invites a few special producers to join him in preparing a memorable evening. During the evening guests meet and greet the producers and Blake. Always a wonderful dining experience.

More information and bookings, phone 6681 9500 or visit rsl.ballinarsl.com.au/blakes-table-2/

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