The 3rd Annual Really, Really, Long Table Dinner in Calgary returns September 14th

August 27, 2015
by City Palate 
 
Building on the success of the previous two years, City Palate presents the return of the award-winning Really, Really Long Table Dinner on Monday, September 14th 2015.
 
There is no better way to discover the essence of a city than through exploratory eating. As such, we encourage out-of-town foodies and local epicureans to experience Calgary and its dynamic culinary offerings.
 
Blink, Catch & The Oyster Bar, Charcut Roast House, Divino, Trib SteakhouseWine-Ohs, Home Tasting Room and The Bank & Baron will each prepare a dish for this extraordinary dinner, along with perfect wine pairings by The Cellar. A long stretch of Stephen Avenue Walk will be our venue, and the city sunset will be our backdrop.
 
Once again, City Palate is proud to be partnering with Calgary Downtown Association, Tourism Calgary, Alberta Culinary Tourism Alliance and the merchants of Stephen Avenue Walk for this event.
 
Culture tourism is a key growth industry in Alberta. With a landscape as diverse as ours, we are able to partner with and promote a variety of local producers, chefs, restaurants, and small businesses under the banner of this flagship event.
 
There is a lot of excitement around our city and its ever-expanding food scene, and City Palate is proud to generate an increased sense of place through culinary tourism in Calgary.
 
Recipient of Downtown Calgary’s 2013 Vitality Award for community integration and vibrancy, the Really, Really Long Table Dinner is unique. With many Albertans looking to explore their own backyard, this thoughtfully curated evening invites everybody to become tourists in their town!
 
Food and wine are an enormous part of our community and, together with our industry collaborators, we are able to feature our region’s cuisine and create an exceptional experience. We invite you to gather your friends and make some new ones at this distinctive event that celebrates the culinary side of Calgary.
 
Menu for the evening includes –

Passed Appetizers
Korean-Spiced Beef Tartare with Kimchi Aioli
Blinis with House-Cured Steelhead, Pickled Beets, and Crème Fraîche
One more TBD
 
Table Service
Freshly Shucked East Coast Oysters with Sudachi and Ginger Hot Sauce
Pork Tongue Terrine, Sour Cherry Compote, House-Made Crackers and Pickles
Salad of Okanagan Pears, Prosciutto, Candied Pecans, and Wild Arugula
with Mustard, Shaved Parmigiano Reggiano, and Vincotto
Kale, Spinach and Swiss Chard Pie
with Double-Smoked Bacon, Parmigiano Reggiano, Pine Nuts, and Currants
Roasted Duck Breast
with a Baklava of Confit Leg, Pistachio and Pomegranate
Dessert Dish - TBD
 
Tickets are available at reallylongtabledinner.eventbrite.ca.
 
Hotel packages are available at visitcalgary.com.
 
For more information about City Palate’s 3rd Annual Really, Really Long Table Dinner, visit citypalate.ca.

Media Contacts
Gail Norton
403-667-2945
Janet Henderson
403-607-3031
About City Palate
Since 1993, City Palate magazine has nourished readers by exploring all that is appetizing. From focusing on seasonal food and wine pairings to spotlights on local producers, restaurants and chefs, City Palate’s recipe is a simple one – comprehensive coverage and support of Calgary’s growing food scene.
 
About The Really, Really Long Table Dinner
In September 2013, City Palate presented The Really, Really Long Table Dinner for 240 people on Stephen Avenue Walk, as a part of “20 for 20” – a series of 20 culinary happenings celebrating its 20th anniversary. The event returned in September 2014 for yet another successful and highly anticipated evening.
 
About Downtown Calgary
Calgary Downtown Association, branded as Downtown Calgary, is a Business Revitalization Zone established under the Alberta’s Municipal Government Act that represents over 3,000 businesses in a 120-block area in the centre of the city. This area comprises over 50 million square feet of office, hotel, retail, restaurant, entertainment, attractions, cultural and government buildings. It was formed as a result of a petition by Downtown businesses in November 1988 and is funded primarily by a levy on the business taxes paid by Downtown businesses.

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