Ossington meat shop Côte De Boeuf is hosting a Game of Thrones dinner party
With the premiere of Game of Thrones season four on HBO just four weeks out, Toronto fans are running out of ways to sate their appetites for all things medieval—aside from viewing the most recent trailer for the 80th time. Here’s another way: on April 2 and 3, a handful of Thrones devotees will have the chance to inhabit a Westeros dining room—if only for a couple hours. Ossington butcher Côte de Boeuf is hosting “A Feast for Kings,” an epic multi-course meal inspired by the food from the series.
Guests can expect to feast on a handful of old-timey courses and platters: whole roasted rabbits, lava bread, salt-crusted trout, suckling pigs and goat milk possets with elderberry syrup, all prepped with ingredients from local purveyors like nearby Bellwoods Brewery (who’ll be supplying a Grognard Session Stout) and Lovell Springs trout farm. (Union chef Teo Paul will be helming the kitchen, along with chefs Chris Mathias and Marc Sullivan.) Tickets are $175 and include three starters, six feasting platters, three desserts and sufficient alcoholic beverages to last the whole evening. Reserve one of 28 spots by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. For updates—and the full menu—follow the shop on Facebook or Twitter.
Apr. 2-3. $175. Côte de Boeuf, 130 Ossignton Ave., email@example.com