aving created one of the biggest American sitcoms of all time – the wry, crisp and dry Everybody Loves Raymond – the Emmy-winning Philip Rosenthal decided that he’d like to take a holiday after nine years of show runner duties.
Hitting upon the fine idea of taking his family on a globe-trotting tour of all the finest food the world has to offer, Phil and his travelling roadshow were naturally drawn to Greystones, and, of course, The Happy Pear.
What matter that the Flynn twins, having been raised by wolves in Kindlestown Wood, had never actually heard of Phil Rosenthal – or, for that matter, Everybody Loves Raymond. This was a match made in foodie heaven.
And you can see how they got on when the latest outing for Rosenthal’s Netflix series, Somebody Feed Phil, makes its global, big-screen debut at The Whale this coming Friday, July 6th with one fittingly yummy Greystones party.
Not only will there be fine Happy Pear food on offer, but the boys themselves will be introducing their big-screen debut, and how they convinced Phil to take a splash down at The Cove.
The screening kicks off at 8pm, with doors opening at 7pm, and admission is free (the lads decided donations to Tiglin on the night would be easier).
As young Dave – and a running-late Steve – explained to GG this afternoon…
You can grab your Happy Pear premiere party tickets right here.
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