What a lineup! Chef Rich Wilson of The Pomeroy House has teamed up with four of the city’s favourite chefs for a one-night-only fundraising dinner. The money raised at the five-course meal will go towards The Ten Oaks Project’s summer camp program, a weekend-long, sleep-away camp for LGBTQ+ families who have a child or youth aged 17 or under in their care.
Who else is in the lineup?
- Chef Ross Fraser of Fraser Café in New Edinburgh
- Chef Marysol Foucault of Edgar in Gatineau
- Chef Michael Holland of Holland’s Cake and Shake in Hintonburg
- Chef Kate Ardington-Brown, personal chef to the PM and his family
Date: Monday, October 30
Time: 6pm – 9 pm
Cost: $125 per person (with wine pairings)
Book: Call The Pomeroy House directly at 613-237-1658 to reserve
City Bites Hot Tip: Prepare to have fun! When chefs get together, they love to impress one another almost as much as they love wowing their guests. With five power chefs on the slate, it’s guaranteed to be a memorable menu. Oh, and don’t forget to head to the back of the restaurant at some point to peek through the window into the kitchen and observe the chefs in action.