Got dinner plants yet for Monday or Tuesday? Grab another couple for a double date night and check out what SPAC’s new culinary arts program is up to.
On Monday, November 16 and Tuesday, November 17 SPAC will present Seneca in the Park: Cooking Over Coals, an intimate and safe indoor dining event that will highlight local farmers, chefs, and restaurants in the region. Proceeds from the night will go towards the participants.
Seating will be limited to 40 guests each night, which amounts to 25% capacity for the space. Tables are spread out at a minimum of six feet, and the doors to the Pines Terrace will be open if weather permits. Reservations will be taken for parties of four, six, or eight.
“Community engagement has always been a part of SPAC’s mission, and nothing brings a community together like food,” SPAC President and CEO Elizabeth Sobol pointed out in a statement. “CulinaryArts@SPAC was created to provide a platform and income for our local culinary talent, chefs, and food providers who have been hit incredibly hard by the pandemic. But it also offers opportunities for safe, communal gathering in a time when the community most needs it.”
Tickets are $125 per person and the event will take place on the second floor of the Pines building. Reservations will be honored on a first come, first served basis. Email Philip at Philip@SPAC.org to reserve your table.