Foodies everywhere prepare yourselves; Cafe Medina is hosting an intimate, after-hours dinner next month for a very good cause.
It’s the latest edition of “Medina After Dark,” a six-course, element-themed meal that looks to raise funds for The Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC (Crisis Centre).
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The entire night is curated by Chris West and Kirk Bueckert, two members of the restaurant’s kitchen team.
Their themed menu pairs three savoury and three sweet dishes, all revolved around the themes of earth, water, and flower.
“As mental health issues are prevalent not just in the community at large but in the hospitality industry as well, we’re aiming to play a small part in continuing a very important conversation,” says restaurant owner Robbie Kane.
A limited number of tickets for the dinner are available online for $75 per person, not including tax, gratuity, or ticketing fees.
100% of proceeds are donated to the Vancouver Crisis Centre.
Where: Cafe Medina – 780 Richards Street, Vancouver
Time: 7 pm to late
When: Thursday, October 4, 2018
Tickets: $75 per person plus tax and tip, wine pairings available for an additional $50.