Tuesday 17 October 2017

Merry Crispmas! Tayto to open festive pop-up shop in Arnotts

Forget cookies and milk, this year Santa Claus wants a crisp sandwich left out for him
Forget cookies and milk, this year Santa Claus wants a crisp sandwich left out for him

Sasha Brady

Our obsession with the mighty crisp sandwich continues.

Last March, Tayto opened Ireland's first ever crisp sandwich cafe with their Wicklow Street pop-up.

And proving that Mr Tayto understands that Irish palates are partial to a nice layer of cheese and onion, few licks of butter and white bread, he'll be introducing a Tayto Crispmas Workshop to Arnotts in November.

The festive-friendly pop-up will serve crisp sandwiches (naturally), as well as merchandise and gift vouchers to Tayto Park, all while Wham's Last Christmas plays out in the background (probably).

Mr Tayto will also be on hand to pose for photographs and sign autographs and probably pass on your Christmas wish-list to Santa... because we assume the two are friends, right?

The workshop will take place between November 5 and December 24 in Arnotts, Henry Street.

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