Win a fantastic Christmas Girls Night Out for four in SABA and The O2. Saba was delighted to be awarded “Best Restaurant for a Girls Night Out” in theThe Dubliner 100 Best Restaurants 2012. To celebrate we are giving away a great prize to one lucky winner. You and your three friends will be treated to a sumptuous late lunch in SABA with festive cocktails on Monday 19th December and then transported to The O2 to see brilliant girl band The Saturdays and very special guest.
Just log onto our facebook page and answer the following: Saba: The Cookbook is on sale in SABA, SABA To Go and all good bookshops. The proceeds from the sales of the cookbook go to which two charities?
The winner will be announced on Thursday 15th December. So post your answer now.
More on The Saturdays:
“It’s not gone unnoticed that music’s needed a kick up the arse for some time now. Indie and R&B are all well and good, but what are we supposed to dance to? Well, wonder no more, because The Saturdays are about to throw themselves headfirst into your consciousness like a five-woman whirlwind, and bring back some much-needed, shameless fun to the charts. As well as being sassy, talented and purveyors of some of the most instantly likable songs you’ll have heard for eons, these girls just wanna have fun. They don’t take themselves too seriously, their tracks are genuinely brilliant and adults are going to love them just as much as kids. What’s not to like? They’re called The Saturdays because, as Rochelle explains, “It’s everyone’s favourite day of the week, and it’s always the best night out.” They’re pure pop, and proud of it. “Why are people ashamed of pop?” says Mollie. “Everyone’s taking themselves so seriously at the moment. We’re a proper, full-on girl band and we’re loving it.” “We’re not models who can’t sing – we can all sing, we can all dance,” adds Frankie, “and no one’s telling us who to be or what to do. We’re all different because we’re just ourselves, and that’s the way it should be.”