Grapes & Soda to Host a Special Night of ‘Ethical Hedonism’ on February 11


Whether you’re a resolution bender, breaker or stickler, you can find at least one reason to justify a night of “ethical hedonism” at Grapes & Soda’s February 11th Heartwarmer Dinner. The multi-course, plant-based feast comes courtesy of a trifecta of awesome: Existential Eating chef Heather Dosman, MuseumEats teacher Camille Flanjak and South Granville’s coolest cocktail bar, Grapes & Soda.

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Mindful of how difficult this time of year can be on our mental and – by extension – physical health, the trio have concocted an evening that includes a nourishing menu paired with a glass of bubbly to warm your spirits and, to cap it off, some live comedy to put a bit of laughing colour in your cheeks. Also included in the $65 ticket price (including taxes and tip) is the implied nonliteral heart-warming effect, because a portion of the profits support an organization whose mission it is to promote environments favourable to good mental health. Secure your spot at one of the two seatings (6:30pm or 8pm) HERE.

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  1. Which organization is receiving part of the profits? This sounds interesting, but I think I’d be more keen to go if this information was shared.

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