Garnish: Toast the New Year with Black Foodie

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When was the last time you did something for the first time?

Try something new at Garnish, a New Year’s Eve private dining experience where food is just the beginning.

Join the BLACK FOODIE team and guests for a multi-course meal* prepared by one of North America’s finest gourmands, Chef Maxine Knight.

It’s a taste of decadence before the turn-up.

Come in your New Year’s best to sip, dine, and toast the new year with old friends and new acquaintances in an intimate setting in the heart of downtown Toronto! This will be a first not to be missed!

The prix fixe menu will take you on a journey of the culinary interchange between African and Caribbean cuisine including:

  • French West African-inspired appetizers,
  • a Jamaican-Asian fusion amuse-bouche,
  • a West Indian main course,
  • a tropical intermezzo (palate cleanser), followed by
  • a modern Bajan dessert

Crafed with all organic, non GMO ingredients, Chef Maxine has created a menu that will change the way you think about Afro-Caribbean food. You’ll leave our party feeling satisfied and energized and ready to turn-up, or wind down.

* Vegan options available

Enjoy alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails, a glass of wine with dinner, a champagne toast at midnight, and tunes all evening long.

Get your tickets here!

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