Banff Big Taste

January 18, 2017

January 22, 2017

$10 & up

Various Venues, Improvement District No. 9, AB

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Events Description

 
Banff’s Big Taste is your chance to sip, savour and experience Banff’s exciting culinary scene.

Chef Dinners. Grand Tasting Hall. Spirit seminars. Night Life.

With 5 days of delicious events to choose from, you’ll need a vacation from this vacation.
Who is it for?

Adults

HOW MUCH

Tickets : $10 & up

How to get tickets?
Buy Online
In person at door if available

WHEN & WHERE

 
Date & Time: January 18 – 22, 2017 | Various Events

Hightlights:

Rustic Italy on Wednesday, Jan 18th at The Terrace Lounge and La Terrazza,

Taste your way across Italy with a culinary tour of some of their finest food regions. An exquisite 5 course dinner featuring dishes from Piedmont, Veneto, Tuscany, Sicily & Sardinia.

Banff’s Top Cheff – The Bison – January 18, 6pm
After years of watching Iron Chef, here’s your chance to get in on the action! Five chefs will compete for the title of Banff’s Top Chef in a small plate showdown for the ages at The Bison Restaurant.

Banff’s Big Taste Grand Tasting Hall Events : Thursday, Jan 19 & Friday, Jan 20th, 7-11pm.
16 amazing chefs, Canadian & International wines, craft beers & local distillers, and live music-all under one roof at the iconic Fairmont Banff Springs : ! $20 entry, with 100% of proceeds to Banff Canmore Community Foundation | Sampler Ticket: $1. Samplers 3-6 tickets.

Tapas & Wine, Friday, Jan 20th at El Toro Restaurant
Platters of South American and Spanish flavours will flow out of the kitchen throughout the evening while you sip on perfectly paired wines.

Whiskey & Chocolate, Saturday, Jan 21 at Banff’s Cave & Basin National Historic Site

Join CBC’s culinary expert John Gilchrist in a toast to Canada’s 150th-in the birthplace of Banff. Sip on a line-up of Canada’s finest whiskeys perfectly paired with exquisite chocolates and an evening of entertainment. In proud collaboration with award-winning Cococo Chocolatiers, Park Distillery Restaurant and Bar and the Banff Hospitality Collective.

Indigenous Winter, Sunday, Jan 22 at Juniper Bistro

With the collaborative contribution of our local elders, Juniper’s Chris Irving and chef Nick Nutting, of Tofino’s award winning Wolf In The Fog unite to produce an “Indigenous Winter”. An interpretive culinary journey, from Canada’s West Coast to our home in the Canadian Rockies.

Venue : Various Venues, Banff

Trip Planning
Free Parking /Paid Parking
Public transit accessible

 

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