BBQ and Whiskey Bonanza at Bison Bar and Workman’s Club

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Bison Bar & BBQ is delighted to announce that it’s two-day BBQ and Whiskey Bonanza is back 10-11 June in partnership with our pals at Jameson Black Barrel. 

BBQ and Whiskey Bonanza at Bison Bar and Workman’s Club

This two-day FREE BBQ Festival, spread across Dublin’s original BBQ restaurant, Bison Bar & BBQ and The Workman’s Club outdoor rooftop. It is set to be the perfect kick off to the summer, with a jam-packed schedule. 

The original BBQ and Whiskey Bonanza began in 2019 and, of course has not been held for the past two years. So welcome back to some great fun, food and music this weekend on Dublin’s Wellington Quay.

Fun will include seriously delicious BBQ action, Whiskey experiences, live music, games, competitions and more coming your way. Saddle up and head on in to Bison Bar & BBQ on Wellington Quay to experience the serious taste of Ireland’s original and best barbeque this side of the Lone Star State. 

Tasting plates of signature Bison dishes will be available, from pulled pork, racks of ribs and succulent brisket to smoked chicken and gravy. We have rounded up some of the best in the business to put on some unmissable BBQ experiences, from our hosts and ‘Professional Eaters’, YouTube sensations Randy Santel and Katina Eats Kilo’s, to Jameson’s Head Cooper Ger Buckley, Dublin Ink’s Jonathon Gorman, and music from Dublin City Rounders. 

Attendance is totally free and you don’t need a ticket, but you do need to register. See the full schedule and ticketing here

What to expect: 

Live music all weekend 

Outdoor BBQ smokin’ meats 

Live whiskey masterclasses 

Man vs Food challenge by celebrity guests 

Hot Wing competition with guest celebrity judges 

Whiskey barrel charring demonstration by Ger Buckley, Head Cooper from Jameson Distillery 

Tattoo pop-up 

Free haircuts 

Black Barrel cocktail bar 

Black Barrel games and prizes 

And much more… 

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Joan Scales
Joan Scales
Award-winning journalist, Joan has been writing about travel and tourism for many years principally for The Irish Times and lately for travel2ireland. Joan has appeared many times on television and radio talking about the business of travel and all its component strands. She is also a public speaker and has appeared at many international conventions and conferences.

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