The festivity was a literal feast, served on a long table. Think of any long table celebration you’ve seen in a movie and never forgotten – yes, that’s exactly what it was like, a dream! The event had sold-out on tickets not too long after tickets were available for purchase. The out-of-this-world Long Table is a first of its kind for the Friendly City and the event is a three-course culinary experience like no other, and the team couldn’t be more excited about it!
“The team is pleased to see that the quarterly event is picking up so much momentum as a lot of love, effort and dreaming goes into every single edition of it” said Bridge Street Brewery Chef Ann Windeballe.
The Long Table was specially decked out for the guests with farm-style treats and rustic-themed decor, in a perfectly lit up venue. When asked what sparked this idea, this is what the rock-star Chef Ann had to say:
“The goal behind the realisation of this culinary experience stems from the need to explore a whole new world of flavours, make it foodie-heaven and to take our guests on a captivating journey as we explore the culinary arts!” she said.
“The standing Farm-To-Table theme was chosen to highlight our intentionality behind the responsible sourcing of our food, as well as the way that we deliberately choose to do sustainable business, doing as much as we can to protect our environment and guests.” Windeballe added
Due to popular demand, The Long Table will be a biannual recurring event that will take place twice every year, so be sure to look out for the next “plant-based” one as the date is still to be confirmed!
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