The Prairie Grid Dinner Series, which began in fall 2017, is Canada’s only travelling pop-up restaurant and celebrates all aspects of Prairie food and creative culture. By involving some of the region’s top chefs, artists, fashion designers and makers, the series organizer, Dan Clapson, is especially excited for the series’ third annual run.
Chefs Christine Sandford (Biera, Edmonton), Scott Redekopp (Yellow Door Bistro, Calgary), Chris Gama (Clementine, Winnipeg), Katelin Bland (Lulu Bar, Calgary) and Bryn Rawlyk (The Night Oven and Darkside Donuts, Saskatoon) will collaborate on a menu that highlights the technological evolution of culinary practices over the past century.
Whether it’s experiencing a technique such as stone-grinding heritage grains and using wood-burning ovens for sourdough loaves or sous vide to caramelize rich dairy from Saskatchewan’s Sunnyside Creamery for a dessert, diners will have a delicious meal created with Prairie-grown ingredients while watching each course evolve in complexity.
Who is it for?
Adults $145 + charges
There are only 120 tickets available for each Prairie Grid dinner, each at $145 (plus tax).
A limited number of whole table purchases (8 seats) are available in each city at a discounted rate of $135 (plus tax) per seat.
How to get tickets?
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time:
Sat, September 21, 2019 | 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM
10423 101 Street Northwest
Edmonton, AB T5H 2R8
Free Parking, Street Parking, Paid Parking
Public transport accessible