It was the kind of feast that would have made the ancient Bernal druids proud.
Last night, on the evening of the solstice, a group of very resourceful, very tasteful friends hosted a proper dinner party on Bernal Hill, complete with white tablecloths, linen napkins, and porcelain plates.
A photo analysis by the Bernalwood Culinary Observation Team reveals that the menu included a fresh garden salad with feta and asparagus, accompanied by salmon served on a bed of orzo and lemon. Spa water with fresh berries was also provided. Solstice flower crowns were a fashion essential, and of course, the view was magnificent.
Bravo and well done, people. This looks delicious.
PHOTOS: Top two by @ohappyday; Bottom, Guillaume Lebleu
3 thoughts on “Modern Druids Host Solstice Feast on Bernal Hill”
Looks fun, but there was definitely some wind yesterday. Side note, every time I hear about Druids I can’t help but think about Spinal Tap’s Stonehenge.
Gorgeous! If I wasn’t enjoying a great film at Frameline, this would have been a helluva way to ring in the longest day of the year!
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