Here’s what dinner looks like at chef Jamie Kennedy’s Prince Edward County farm
Chef Jamie Kennedy has launched a summer-long dinner series at his personal Prince Edward County farm. “The event is designed to transport people away, and to showcase the beauty and bounty of Prince Edward County,” Kennedy says. When guests arrive, they get to wander the picturesque property’s organic gardens and pinot noir vineyard (with canapés and wine, of course) before having dinner in a 100-year-old barn and post-prandial drinks around a bonfire. Kennedy is working with Ontario farms and wineries for the weekly changing menus—which cost $225 per person and run from 5 to 9 p.m.—and he’s calling on his peers for help every now and then (Joshna Maharaj and Le Sélect’s Albert Ponzo are lending a hand on July 23). The series runs every weekend until October 8, when it will end with a Thanksgiving-themed celebration. Here’s a look at last Saturday’s dinner.