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Sunday, 8 June 2014
Right Some Good Comes to Halifax
Here is an update from the organizers of Right Some Good on The Right Some Good Experience coming to Halifax later this month. Check it out.
The Right Some Good experience
Gourmet Street Fair: The smell of hot fresh street food engulfs the normally high traffic street. Parents saunter through the crowds holding a decadent food item in one hand and their kid’s hand in the other. Along the way they check out artisan’s crafts and other local products. Finally, they stop and take a seat in front of the culinary stage to watch things heat up as master chefs compete for $5,000 and the Garland Canada Master Chef Face Off title. The sounds of local artists fill the streets.
If you’re interested in any of these things, then you won’t want to miss Right Some Good on Spring Garden on June 29. Admission is free and food and drink tickets will be sold onsite.
Try North America's original pop-up dinning! What do you get when you take an empty warehouse and transform it’s interior into a five-star restaurant, add Michelin-star chef Cristina Bowerman from Italy and one of Nova Scotia’s best musicians, Carleton Stone? The Right Some Good Foodie Force on June 27!
All aboard! Ladies, you’ll want to opt for a pair of flats on June 28 as you climb aboard the HMCS Preserver’s and up two flights of stairs to the helicopter deck. New York’s finest, Chef Ed Cotton will serve up a once-in-a-lifetime meal as Steven MacDougall’s magical voice floats over the waves.
Tickets for both pop-up dinners are on sale now at rightsomegood.ca. They’re moving quickly, so be sure to buy yours as seating is limited. We will do our best to accommodate food allergies just let us know.
Menus for dinner will be released soon on our website, take a look and see which one you’d like to dig into.