Make your reservations!
The foodie fun returns this Spring.
In its third year, Film to Fork is based on a simple concept: 1) dinner, and 2) a movie. People have been putting those two things together for a pretty long time now, but we thought we could bring something extra special to the table with a unique dining venue and specially curated film.
Every other Thursday in March and April, we’ll be heading out to the Alexander Hotel — our new home base for the series — to enjoy a three-course dinner in the hotel’s Market Table restaurant, before our screening. The best part? We’ve paired each film with a delicious meal that Chef Eli Laidlaw and his team dreamt up based on the film’s food theme.
Tickets are just $50 and include a three-course dinner, as well as a complimentary glass of beer or wine. We have a spectacular line-up on tap for this year’s series, with menus featuring cuisine from China, Italy, Hawaii and India.
Cocktails start at 7pm. Dinner will be served at 7:30pm. And the movie will begin immediately following dessert!
Date night anyone?
FIlm to Fork presents
Dinner and a Movie
Thursday, March 12 // 7pm at the Alexander Hotel
First Course: Miso Soup
Second Course: Bo Ssam
(slow roasted pork shoulder with accompaniments to make lettuce wraps — house-made kim chi, assorted pickled items, sticky rice and sauces)
Third course: Lychee Ginger Sorbet from our friends at Nicey Treats
Thursday, March 26 // 7pm at the Alexander Hotel
First Course: Tapas plate // Potato and sun dried tomato tortilla (Spanish baked egg dish), house cured duck prosciutto, olives, pickled vegetables, romesco sauce, drunken goat cheese
Second Course: Roasted eggplant and Manchego polenta cake with a braised chicken thigh and guanciale ragout and grilled eggplant
Third course: Cannoli pop from our friends at Nicey Treats
THE TRIP TO ITALY
First Course: Tuna Poke // Scallion, sweet onion, ponzu, avocado, cucumber, wonton
Second Course: “Kalua Pig”// Banana leaf wrapped smoked pork belly with purple sweet potato “poi” and a sesame soy cabbage stir fry
Third course: A yummy frozen treat still in development from our friends at Nicey Treats