Did you know? The word pot-luck appears in the 16th century English work of Thomas Nashe, and used to mean "food provided for an unexpected or uninvited guestâ€ť, the luck of the pot. The modern execution of a "communal meal, where guests bring their own food," most likely originated in the 1930s during the Depression.
Well we ainâ€™t in the period of depression and neither are you uninvited. This Pot Luck is just another excuse to get together at the Gig House for a communal gathering!
Each guest to contribute a sizable amount of a meal/ dessert/ drink. The host will be in touch as soon as you book to ensure we have a good spread at the table!
Cooking not one of your skills? Donâ€™t worry, a packed meal would do too. All we need is some good spirit, and cheer!
2. Have fun, laugh a lot
3. Respect the property like it is yours
4. Drink responsibly and let this party be a pleasant one for all