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This new dinner series is serving produce grown in school gardens

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DH Toronto Staff Aug 21, 2018 7:00 am

There’s only 100 tickets available for this fall harvest feast but expect this new dining experience to be far more intimate. New Roots Dinner Series is hosting eight simultaneous dinners on the same night in Toronto.

According to the event website, “New Roots Dinner Series is a set of intimate VIP dinners taking place in unique locations around Cabbagetown and Regent Park that bring guests together over a gourmet culinary adventure featuring ingredients produced in school gardens here in Toronto.”

Daniel et Daniel’s Chef Karen O’Connor is designing the menu featuring passed hors-d’oeuvres and a four-course dinner complete with wine and beer.

Funds raised from the event will go to support Green Thumbs Growing Kids, an organization that teaches kids about growing healthy whole foods in school gardens and community parks.

New Roots Dinner

When: October 2, 2018. 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: Spruce Loft, 90 Ontario Street, Akasha Art Project, 204D Carlton Street, Daniel et Daniel, 248 Carlton Street, Kendal & Co. Interior Design, 514 Parliament Street, Toronto Dance Theatre, 80 Winchester Street, Private Home, 139 Gerrard Street, Spruce, 455 Parliament Street, Labour of Love, 223 Carlton Street
Price: $150

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