The first annual Prairie-inspired dinner series is coming to Calgary next month

Aug 9 2017, 5:17 pm

Show your appreciation of the cuisine from this hearty Canadian region by attending the first annual Prairie Grid Dinner Series, a celebration of all things Prairie-made.

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This dinner series will stop in four cities, including Calgary’s edition on September 29, Edmonton on October 1, Saskatoon on October 3, and Winnipeg on October 5. This series will feature five chefs who will offer guests a custom made-on-the-Prairies dining experience.

The Calgary edition includes a five-course feast created by Deane House’s Jamie Harling, Clementine’s Adam Donnelly, Forth’s Pamela Kirkpatrick, Woodwork’s Lindsay Porter, and The Hollows and Primal’s Christie Peters.

Each course inspired by the spectacular shapes, colours, and textures of the farming grid system.

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Patrons can also expect custom made tablewares, dishes, and goods made by local artisans like Japanese-style knives serving boards, aprons, shirts, and liquor, along with a selection of Big Rock Brewery beer and cider, and live music.

Tickets for this event cost $140 per person, or you can opt for a $170 ticket which includes a limited-edition T-shirt from Camp Brand Goods.

Eat North presents the Prairie Grid Dinner Series

When: Friday, September 29 from 6:30 to 11 pm
Where: Southern Alberta Pioneers Building – 3625 4 Street SW
Cost: $140 to $170; buy via Eventbrite

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