July 11, 2018: Beer Dinner

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July 11, 2018: Beer Dinner

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Harvest Table Dinner | July 11, 2018 | 7-10PM
Featuring Chef Tara Lee of Eastbound Brewing and the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies

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Each Harvest Table Dinner is created by produce and meat dropped off the day before from a farmer at Chick-A-Biddy Acres CSA. The menu will be a surprise as it will be inspired by what is harvested that week. Every Harvest Wednesdays includes:  

  • Cocktail hour in the Second Floor Gallery with passed appetizers

  • 3 courses, served family style in the Ballroom

  • 2 glasses of wine/beer

  • A short talk from our featured chef + artist

  • Live music throughout the night

About Chef Tara Lee
With over 14 years of experience in the foodservice industry, chef Tara Lee opened a restaurant of her own in 2017. At the Eastbound Brewing Company, she focuses on the best ingredients she can find and uses what she learned while working with chef Mark Cutrara of Cowbell and Bar Hop Brewco. From growing up in Thunder Bay to her time studying in Niagara’s wine country,  Tara developed a strong respect and love for fresh local produce and the farms they come from. Add to this a mild addiction to pickles and you have the essence of her cooking style. Her creativity seems without limits and we are still dreaming about her pickled beef heart with pickled egg aioli, which earned her 1st place for professional pickled proteins during the pickle battle of 86’d Mondays at the Drake.

About Society of Beer Drinking Ladies (SOBDL)
SOBDL is a group of Toronto ladies passionate about all things craft beer. They hold “bevies” in secret locations around Toronto, where they explore delicious craft beer in the company of other fantastic women. They also host North America’s first All Lady Beer Festival!

What is Harvest Wednesdays?
Our beloved Harvest Wednesday is back by popular demand! The Gladstone Hotel invites Toronto’s urbanites to experience our food philosophy through a series of Harvest Table Dinners inspired by and harvested in the natural rhythm of Ontario’s growing season. We will be teaming up with our favourite local chefs for a unique and inspired dinner. The night includes live music, inspiring talks, 2 glasses of local wine and a harvest table meal to remember.

What is Community Shared Agriculture (C.S.A.)
Community Shared Agriculture allows city residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally by regional farmers. When you become a member of a CSA, you're purchasing a “share” of vegetables from a regional farmer. It is a relationship of shared bounty and shared risk.