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YOU’RE INVITED! Celebrate Young Cuisine with an exclusive evening at Art-is-in Bakery with Kevin Mathieson and Ottawa Magazine, Nov. 27

Art-is-in chef-owner Kevin Mathieson at work. Photography by Chris Lalonde / Photolux Studio

CITY BITES LIVE presents…

Dinner, Talk & Tour at Art-is-in Bakery

You’ve devoured the breads, you’ve queued for brunch, you’ve tasted the fried pickle melt, fabulous flatbreads, and brain-bending burritos at lunchtime. Now is your chance to have dinner at Art-is-in Bakery prepared by the king of Young Cuisine himself, Kevin Mathieson.

Join Ottawa Magazine food editor and City Bites blogger Shawna Wagman for an exclusive 3-course dinner, conversation and bakery tour at Art-is-in Bakery, the #1 spot on this year’s HOT-10 LIST of Young Cuisine.

The event: Chef-owner Kevin Mathieson and his team will transform the bakery into a restaurant for the evening with a menu designed exclusively for up to 40 City Bites readers. After dinner, Wagman will host a Q&A with Mathieson, who will then take diners on a tour behind the scenes to see where the magic happens.

Art-is-in's succulent brunch burger made the cover of Ottawa Magazine's annual 'hot 10' restaurants issue. Photography by Chris Lalonde / Photolux Studio

 

Menu:

  • Crispy cod clam chowder, potato dill crunchy baguette;
  • Art-is-in junior foie gras burger with fresh coleslaw;
  • Potato buttermilk doughnut with crème anglaise, choco-creme and praline crunch

When: Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2012 at 6:30 p.m.

Where: Art-is-in Bakery, 250 City Centre Ave. #112

Cost: $65 includes service, taxes, and gratuity (payment by cheque to Art-is-in Bakery). There will be a cash bar for wine and beer.

Space is limited to 40 guests!

Reservation Required: Please call between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. to reserve through Ottawa Magazine: 613-230-0333 ext. 4900 (ask for Kimberley)

 

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