It's time for another adventure in dining. Farm-to-table is a relatively new food movement -- restaurants source locally-raised meat, cheese, produce and other foods, giving diners not only a locally-sustainable meal but frankly, if the entrees were any fresher they'd be flopping on your plate!
Usually, farm-to-table restaurants are at the higher end of the affordability scale. Lucky for us, Bay Street Bistro has a Sunday Supper: for a fixed price, a four course meal is offered featuring whatever is fresh and delicious that week. At $28, it's a bargain: you get an appetizer, soup, entree and dessert (and the desserts are scrumpdilly-icious).
If you don't want the fixed price dinner (or if you're a vegetarian), you can order from the main menu. Learn more here:
We've reserved the loft for our dinner. Please note that if you're mobility impaired, there isn't an alternative to the stairs. The restaurant is also staffing up for us, so we will close reservations when the event is full in order to notify the chef of the final count. Please be considerate: if you sign up, show up.
Go ahead, treat yourself to REAL food and join us for Sunday Supper.