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Just set the table and light a candle or two, for a romantic night in with your loved one.

Miss eating out? It’s important for every couple to make special time for each other, away

from the news cycle, and possibly the rest of the family! Harvest are bringing the vibe to your

home with a 3 course date night menu every Saturday that’s nearly ready to eat, and easy

enough for any home cook. Each dish is carefully considered by head chef Alastair Waddell,

inspired by forager Peter Hardwick’s findings, and full of our local growers’ fresh produce.

Just set the table and light a candle or two, for a romantic night in with your loved one.

Mixologist Sam Curtis will share his wine and cocktail pairing suggestions, and there are

plenty of frozen options to heat up for the kids.

More info: harvestnewrybar.com.au (go to Shop, then 3-course meal for 2)

$59 – serves 2


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