Farmhouse Tavern to launch a game meat dining series called Hunt Camp
On January 30, Farmhouse Tavern owner Darcy MacDonell will launch Hunt Camp, a new dining series at his Junction Triangle restaurant. Each Wednesday until April 30, when Farmhouse is otherwise closed, six guests will be invited to the restaurant’s redesigned back space for a special meal centred around game meats, birds and fish, including pheasant, bison, boar and squab (of course, these will be farmed varieties, since, with few exceptions, selling hunted animals is prohibited). The meals will run $150 per person with wine included, and guests with trophy wines are welcome to bring them along, provided they’re willing to pay the $30 corkage fee. Deerstalkers and bright orange jackets are presumably not required. [Hunt Camp]
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$150 + tax + tip ?
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