Calling All Game Lovers!

25 Nov

This event has finished and is no longer available for booking.

Freemasons are proud to announce their seventh consecutive annual celebration of British Game. Come and join us for the week long celebration and see Chef Patron Steven Smith and his team work their magic with our country’s finest game produce.

“It will be the ultimate gastronomic experience for game lovers.” – Steven Smith

The Freemasons Game Week will launch on Wednesday 25th November with the scrumptious Lancashire on a Plate evening. This event is all about showcasing some of finest and freshest Lancashire talent, these chefs are the future of Lancashire and the ‘ones to watch’! Freemasons own Head Chef ‘H’, along with Matthew Horsfall who used to be Sous Chef to Freemasons and is now Head Chef of The Eagle at Barrow, Tom Parker Head chef of the White Swan at Fence and finally Rob Geldeard, Head chef from the Higher Buck Inn Waddington completes this extraordinary line up. Freemasons Patron Chef Steven Smith is extremely excited about overseeing the night and watching these talented chefs shine.

Steven Smith said “We should encourage, promote, support and celebrate young fresh talented head chefs such as these great guys. We were all there once and its not an easy life, it requires full time, hard work, commitment and dedication”. This terrific night is set to be a five course truly delicious celebration of Lancashire food at its finest at just £50 per person.*LAST FEW PLACES LEFT SO BOOK NOW!*

Next up on Thursday is the intriguing 'South African Game Versus English Game' where the very best game dishes and matched wines from both countries will be showcased. The much welcomed, highly esteemed Conor Toomey, Head chef at Storrs Hall Hotel, Windermere will be joining Steven Smith in a spectacular ‘cook off’. Conor originally from South Africa, will go head to head with Steven in passionate friendly culinary rivalry, to deliver exceptional and imaginative dishes for you to decide which country is triumphant. With the Rugby World cup in full flow no doubt there will be some steaming rivalry to see who can produce the best dishes on behalf of their native country! With a heady mix of extraordinary culinary expertise and competitive juices flowing, at £60 per person this is not a night to be missed!
*LAST FEW PLACES LEFT SO BOOK NOW!*

On Friday it will be the truly spectacular Game Seasonal Menu, which will be a tribute to the Freemasons being crowned number one in the Waitrose Good Food Guide’s Top 50 UK Pubs for the second year in a row and being the first and only pub in Great Britain to be awarded a coveted 7/10 in the history of the Good Food Guide. This will be a truly unique opportunity to enjoy three courses celebrating the finest British Game for only £15! - *SOLD OUT*

Saturday night will be a bespoke tasting menu of Stevens personal favourite game dishes at 4 courses for £50, this will run alongside the usual A'La Carte Menu.
*LAST FEW PLACES LEFT SO BOOK NOW!*

Celebrate the end of game week and join us at the Freemasons for a traditional family roast dinner Sunday 29th November.

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

Father's Day

16 Jun

Treat your dad to our delicious three-course menu that we have crafted together to put a smile on his face, no matter what he chooses.

Freemasons Food and Wine Club - First Glimpse of Mr Smith's

20 Jun

Come and join us for a spectacular visual and taste sensation at the warm and inviting Freemasons ‘Restropub’. Get the first glimpse of Mr Smith’s with a walk around tour with chef of the new kitchen.

The Freemasons welcomes Adam Reid - Exclusive and Limited Dinner

15 Aug

A unique and exclusive dinner with Steven Smith and Adam Reid

Sign up to our regular newsletters for events, offers, news and more:

How will we use this information? Your personal details will be held by The Freemasons and will only be used to send our newsletters by email based on your product of interest. Please read our privacy policy for more information.

Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.