"Keeping the community tied to the food, traditions and culture of their Celtic heritage."
The Celtic Knot continues the McAndrew family tradition of bringing you the finest authentic dishes, meats, baked goods and imported groceries of Scotland, Ireland and England. All of our recipes have been used by the McAndrew family and have been enjoyed by the Celtic community of New Jersey and the surrounding tri-state area for over 30 years.
It's with that same pride, quality and dedication to presenting and preserving our Celtic heritage that the McAndrew and Kelly families invite you to experience our food. Because it's just that; an experience. At the end of the day we do more than just make pies and sausages, we make memories. Whether it's making new memories with new friends, or putting life to an old memory long forgotten our food is meant to invoke a meaningful connection to home.
284 Brick Boulevard
inside Cameron's Market
Brick, New Jersey 08723
Tues - Sat: 11Am–7pm
We're proud to be serving our beloved Fish and Chips alongside Icarus Brewings' very own "Yacht Juice" IPA.
Celtic Craic Music Festival
Located at the Harrisburg Postal Picnic Grounds
Beer, food, & Celtic vendors | 2 stages
Featuring Musical Guests:
Kilmaine Saints, Bastard Bearded Irishmen, Across the Pond, The Ogham Stones, Down by the Glenside, Hold Fast, Abigail's Garden, Dave Pedrick, Lochiel Emerald Society Pipes & Drums,
Carraig School of Irish Dance, Rebel Heart Irish Dancers and the Harrisburg Scottish Country Dance Society.
more info at: Celtic Craic Music Festival
Kiltfest! at Mercer County Park
Kilt Fest NJ is a gathering of Scottish and Irish, Celts and Gaels to celebrate our culture. Kilts are encouraged and pants are optional. Events at Kilt Fest include the Highland Games, a Kilt Run, a Fictional Medieval Battle, Bagpipers, a concert featuring 7 of the best Irish and Scottish bands touring today, a Beer Garden featuring locally made Celtic Craft Brews from Spellbound, Rinn Duin and Manskirt Brewing, Kilt Contests, a tribute to 9/11 Victims and Heroes and great craic in a beautiful setting at the festival grounds in Mercer County Park.
Kilt Fest NJ starts out with the Kilt Run in the morning at 9am. The run is 2 miles and open to all ages. The only prerequisite is that all runners must wear a Kilt!
t 10 am, the Central NJ Highland Games begin. Watch world-class athletes toss the caber, hurl the hammer and throw heavy stones for distance and height in this ancient Scottish sport. The athletes will demonstrate and guide any person who wishes to try their hands at the different Highland events including the caber toss. At noon, a kilted battle will take place between two armies who will use real weapons and armor. There will also be a one on one tournament at the end with prizes for the top combatants. There will also be vendors selling Irish and Scottish Food and merchandise.
Ticket info, directions and vendor list can be found on their Facebook
Sept. 16 & 17
2017 Lakewood Lions Renaissance Faire
We're going three years strong at Ocean County's New Jersey's best and longest running Renaissance Faire! Advance tickets go on sale July 23rd and can be purchased online for $12 (adults) and $2 (children accompanied by an adult). They really do pack a while of of action and intrigue into one local festival!
more info and ticket sales at: Lakewood Lions Renaissance
Sept. 22 - 24
26th Annual Irish Fall Festival
We're absolutely ecstatic and humbled to be able to announce that we'll be attending this HUGE Irish festival in North Wildwood, New Jersey. It's going to be an unbelievable weekend for all in attendance and we're going to do what we do best; serve up THE best Fish & Chips this side of the pond!
more info at: The Ancient Order of the Hibernians website
Seaside Irish Festival
details to come!
Stafford Township Fall Harvest Wine Festival
Sample dozens of wines from some of New Jersey's leading wineries at the 6th Annual Stafford Fall Wine Festival, October 14th and 15th at Manahawkin Lake Park in Manahawkin, New Jersey. Enjoy the beautiful lake-front setting while sampling an array of wines, craft vendors and food. Guests are encouraged to bring chairs or blankets to sit and enjoy live music. The weekend also offers hayrides, scarecrow making and other Halloween activities on Saturday and a classic car show on Sunday.
more info at: Stafford Fall Harvest Wine Festival Facebook page
Oct. 14 & 15
North Carolina Caledonian Festival
The Carolina Caledonian Fest is a celebration of the Argyll Colony, the largest and most significant community of Scot Highlanders in America. Over 160,000 Highlanders came to the Tar Heel State in the 18th Century and settled the Cape Fear Region and established the towns of Campbellton and Cross Creek (later merged to become Fayetteville*). Over a million of their descendants live in the region today. We will explore the Argyll Colony's origins and culture, the way they lived, and recall the bitter times that drove them here. Most importantly, we will honor their legacy and do our best to keep it REAL.
more info at: Carolina Caledonian Fest website
Oct. 28 & 29
Let us bring the taste of Britain's best to your next festival, fundraiser or community event!
What will it cost you?
We base our pricing on projected attendance provided by you; our valued customer. We realize; especially with events that gather their numbers through advanced ticket sales, that these numbers can sometimes be fluid. We pride ourselves in our customer service and being able to work one on one with you to agree on an attendance number that suits your needs, with the ability to add extra meals if need be.
What does that mean?
Your experience and satisfaction are important to us, and we will never try to upsell you on services if they don't fit your needs.
Parties of 25 - 50: $15 a plate Parties of 150 - 200: $13 a plate Parties of 300+: Call for Details
Parties of 50 - 100: $15 a plate Parties of 200-250: $12 a plate
Parties of 100 - 150: $14 a plate Parties of 250-300: $11 a plate
- Minimum of two hours of cook time (additional time is added for larger parties or can be added at additional cost)
- Disposable plates, flatware and napkins
- Individually portioned Cole Slaw and Tartar Sauce (Also available: a more casual self service option)
- All the necessary condiments such as :Salt, Malt Vinegar, Ketchup (HP Sauce can be provided at an additional cost)
- The piece of mind that comes with hosting an event and hiring a professional, clean and courteous family business.
- A non-refundable $200 deposit will be necessary to reserve our services and is due upon contract signing.
- 50% of the remaining balance will be due two weeks prior to your event date.
- The remaining balance will be due in full on the day of your event, unless otherwise agreed upon in your contract.
*Substitutions, Take-Out Dinners and special orders are NOT included in standard pricing but can be added at the time of booking. Additional cook time not covered in the contract will be billed at a rate of $20/Hour plus the cost of additional meals*