RTE2’s Papas BBQ special on Saturday evening will feature a two-course meal with a special cocktail and cocktail hour.
The event will be on the menu for a grand total of £80 per person.
It’s the second time the chef has cooked for the RTE.
Last year’s special was for a party on Saturday night.
A cocktail hour will take place on the evening with cocktails from local craft distilleries including Paddy Power and The House Distillery, as well as drinks from the bar.
There will also be a DJ spinning some of the biggest RTE tunes and a DJ on the night will be the band The New Zealand.
The evening is being held in the Ballybough pub in the village of Ballybar in Cavan.
It will also feature the traditional Paddy and the Irish Beef sandwich, along with Irish potato pancakes, Irish waffles, Irish sausage and Guinness and Guinness with coffee.
The Ballybuffalo is a family-owned pub, owned by the Bully family, which opened in 2014.
It has been a favourite of the B&Bs in the past, serving Irish, American, Welsh and Italian food for generations.
Irish beef is traditionally eaten with bread and potatoes on the Sunday before Easter.