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Tickets for Shady Hazel Farm’s Dinner With Chef Lucais Syme Now Available

Take a minute to think ahead a month, because Shady Hazel Farm on the Sunshine Coast is hosting their next Supper Club on Sunday, September 4th, with guest chef Lucais Syme of Autostrada Osteria. Seats will be in high demand, so we’re telling you now so that you don’t miss out!

If you’re on a mission to explore and enjoy in as much of BC’s bounty as possible before the season is over, then a quick jaunt over to the Sunshine Coast for a longtable dinner on a farm should definitely factor into your late-summer plans. For this second iteration of Shady Hazel’s longtable series (the first sold-out in the blink of an eye) Chef Lucais Syme will be taking inspiration (and ingredients) from the farm, where proprietors Ian and Sara grow a variety of vegetables, as well as ethically raise heritage breed lamb and Kune Kune pigs. We haven’t seen details of the menu as of yet, but we have little doubt the meal will be at least as great as the sum of its parts, and worth splurging on!

Shady Hazel Farm Longtable Dinner | Sunday, September 4th, 7pm. Tickets are $175 each. Snag your spot here.

Shady Hazel Farm
Region: Sunshine Coast
805 Payne Rd., Gibsons

The Tequila and Agave Festival Cocktail Competition Happens on Monday – You Should Come!

Expect a line-up of some of Vancouver’s most talented bartenders challenged them to capture the spirit of Guadalajara, Mexico in a glass – be it highball, rocks, or coupe.

Four Super Tasty Spots to Catch a Canucks Game in East Van

It’s been over a decade since there’s been “can’t miss” hockey in Vancouver! As the playoffs approach, here’s a list of a few of my favourite spots with great food and full-volume sound to catch a game.

Don’t Miss Out on Top Drop, Hitting Downtown Vancouver Next Week!

Once again, the Roundhouse will be bringing together more than 40 producers and importers representing a dozen countries for the two-day Main Event, May 14th and 15th...Scramble to secure your spots before they sell out; then take a deep breath...and get stoked for a seriously good wine-fuelled evening!

Tickets for the 2024 ‘Noir Fest’ at Averill Creek Vineyard Go On Sale This Friday!

Do you really love Pinot Noir? Arguably, the best way to take your relationship up a level is by trying as many variations as possible - and one fun, intimate, and highly recommended way to begin to do just that is by attending this entirely Pinot Noir-centric wine festival, the weekend of June 22nd and 23rd.