Spring Supper 2013
SLOW FOOD NOVA SCOTIA SPRING SUPPER
After three extremely successful years, Slow Food Nova Scotia is back with its fourth annual Spring Supper presented by Taste of Nova Scotia. Billed as the down home, no fuss, culinary event of the season, this year’s dinner will feature 9 of the region’s top chefs working together to bring you a staggering 7-course, locally-sourced Nova Scotian church supper unlike any other! All courses will be paired with Nova Scotian wines and beers. Local food producers, farmers, brewers, vintners and foodies alike will round out this incredible evening. This event is open to the public.
Participating Chefs/Restaurants include: Chefs Renée Lavallée (The Feisty Chef– Kitchen Lead), Dennis Johnston (Fid Resto), Roland Glauser (Charlotte Lane Café), Chris Velden (The Flying Apron Cookery), Mark Gray (Brooklyn Warehouse), David Smart (Front and Central), Bryan Picard (Chanterelle Country Inn), Andrew Aitken (Wild Caraway Inn), Luis Clavel (Atlantica Hotel), all rounded out by contributions from Charcuterie Ratinaud French Cuisine, Two If By Sea Café and Anchored Coffee. This is a remarkable volunteer effort as all the chefs, servers & organizers donate a significant portion of their time and work collectively towards spreading the Slow Food ethos of good, clean and fair local food for all.
When: Saturday, May 4th, 2013
Where: Christ Church Community Center, Lower Level, 61 Dundas Street, Dartmouth, close to Two If By Sea Café and just up from the Ferry
Tickets $99 each ($85 Slow Food Members), available online at TicketPro [https://secure.ticketpro.ca/achat_CCC04ES13.html?lang=en&aff=sfns].Tickets are also available at all TicketPro outlets in Nova Scotia, including Video Difference (6086 Quinpool Road). Please note that TicketPro outlets accept cash or debit only.
Ticket price includes the 7-course dinner paired with Nova Scotian wines & beers
Reception 6:30PM, Dinner 7:00PM Start
Cash bar during reception
145 people maximum
About Slow Food Nova Scotia
Members of Slow Food in Nova Scotia are committed to linking the pleasure of good food with a commitment to their communities and the environment by supporting and visiting small-scale local producers and through convivial dinners, tastings, and public projects and events.