Please join us for a celebration of local food and food producers
Savour Ottawa is pleased to announce the fifth annual Harvest Table will take place on Sunday, August 30, 2015 in the Horticulture Building at Lansdowne Park, beside the Ottawa Farmers’ Market.
Celebrate the local harvest with a multi-course, gourmet luncheon in the newly renovated Horticulture Building. Harvest Table sees some of the city's finest chefs partner with local farmers to create fresh, seasonal dishes. Enjoy a family-style feast sharing the company of producers, chefs and other guests.
City of Ottawa
Our Featured Local Restaurants:
The Albion Rooms
le café at the National Arts Centre
Fairmont Château Laurier
Thyme and Again Creative Catering
The Red Apron
Our Featured Local Producers:
All tickets to be sold in advance. No ticket sales at the door. This event always sells out, so don’t delay, get your tickets today.
"Cream of the Crop" VIP tickets are $90 per person
VIP tickets are for those wishing to have the full, local foodie experience with a guided tour of the Ottawa Farmers’ Market with C’est Bon Cooking with appetizers and cocktails to start the afternoon in style. Admission to the lunch afterwards and two drink tickets are also included. To keep the setting intimate, there is a limited quantity of VIP tickets. VIP ticket holders are asked to arrive for 10:30 a.m. with activities beginning around 10:45 a.m.
Regular tickets are $75 per person
***A FEW TICKETS LEFT***
Regular admission includes one ticket to the Harvest Table lunch and two drink tickets, to sample from some of Ottawa’s best and latest craft breweries and wineries. Locally sourced non-alcoholic beverages will be provided as well. Registration for regular admission begins at 11:45 a.m.
Planning your trip to Harvest Table: A range of options
Please note the parking restrictions at Lansdowne park: surrounding street parking is maximum 1 hour, and underground parking will have a surcharge after 2pm and is very limited. Here’s a list of alternatives to consider:
Walking: enjoy the summer weather, as all pathways to Lansdowne are fully accessible.
Biking: There are > 600 spaces across Lansdowne. For cycling routes, visit: http://documents.ottawa.ca/en/node/5907
Transit: Regular service via OC Transpo’s 1 + 7 routes.
Driving: Regular Sunday parking rates/scheduling apply in Ottawa South (South of Lansdowne Park); please read signs. Other ideas: have a friend or family member drop you off, carpool, or ask to use a friend’s Glebe driveway for the day (invite them to attend with you!)
Don’t forget your shopping bags! The farmers market will be open before the Harvest Table event, so arrive early to get your week’s groceries and treats.
Ottawa, ON K1S 5H6
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