People attending the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Killarney are being treated to some great food.

The owners of the Country Corner Cafe in Ninga were called upon to serve up the evening meals in the main hall at the Shamrock Centre. The cafe has a reputation for serving up food that is tasty and there’s always a great dessert.


“We are providing all the suppers and we served up the food at the banquet on Tuesday” said co-owner Cindy Pugh.

She says they are preparing to feed about 300 people at each meal.

“We have a real variety on the menu each night and Friday’s meal will be turkey, Saturday is Ham and meatballs and Sunday’s lunch will be lasagna.”

While the cafe owners are used to catering events Pugh says it is a lot more challenging to be serving up meals over a six day period. “The days are long and you have to be back early the next morning to get ready for the next meal” said Pugh.

The group worked with organizers to finalize the menu. Each day the Ninga Country Corner Cafe has about seven people working at the Scotties.

 

2018 SCOTTIES MEAL LINE

Long lines for meal time at the Scotties in Killarney

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