Fine dining Halloween treat at monTREALfood restaurant

Four-course meal offered by Kelowna restaurant with a distinct Quebecois culinary inspired menu.

The Kelowna restaurant montREALfood will host a Halloween four-course dinner on Saturday

The October Supper Club will gather for a four-course dinner at monTREALfood restaurant in Kelowna on Saturday, Oct. 29, starting at 7:30 p.m.

Only 40 tickets will be sold for this dinner—called Trick or Treat-Obscure & Amazing BC Grapes—hosted by MTL chef Mathew Morazain.

The MTL is located at 101-1851 Kirschner Rd.

Tickets are $85/person.

Located opposite the Landmark buildings on Kirschner Road, MTL is a classic scratch diner and a culinary love letter to Montreal from Morazain, the chef and owner,  with a menu inspired by Quebecois classics adapted by Morazain’s own personal twists using Okanagan fare.

For ticket reservations, call 778-484-3888 or email mtlrealfood.com/reservations

 

 

 

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