Supper In the Orchard – A Unique Saskatchewan Experience

Enjoy sitting outdoors with a glass of wine before being seated at your tableView from the wineryWine pairing for each courseBeautiful displays are created using mainly local and seasonal ingredientsA fun and casual dining experience awaitsThe sun is setting on another amazing Supper In the Orchard

 

What is Supper In the Orchard?

We have partnered with the Culinary Federation of Regina, to hold suppers here in the orchard!  Every Friday and Saturday, starting May 5th a different local chef will create a multi-course supper using mainly ingredients from local farms and our orchard.  Most of the proceeds goes back to the Culinary Federation which sends their members to locations around the world for training and for competitions.

What happens at the Supper?

We start you off on our outdoor patio(weather permitting) where you can enjoy a glass of wine or non-alcoholic beverage, and enjoy the outdoors and beautiful view of the valley.  20 minutes before the supper begins, we bring you into the winery and take you to your assigned seats.  Once everyone is seated, Dean and Sylvia introduce themselves, briefly discuss the history of the orchard, and introduce the chef(s) for the evening.  The chef(s) discuss what is on the menu, and proceed with serving the 1st course.  After finishing the 2nd course, Dean takes you on a approx 30 minute tour of the orchard(weather permitting) to show many of the fruits we grow, and unique ways we grow them.

What time does the Supper begin?

Supper begins at 6:30, so we recommend you arrive early to enjoy the outdoor patio.

How long is the evening?

Typically the evening ends around 9pm-9:30, depending on whether a tour occurred, and the number of customers attending.

Are dietary restrictions taken into account for the meal?

Yes, the chefs can accommodate most dietary restrictions(Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten, allergies, etc.) if given a few days notice to prepare.  Reservations made the day of or the day prior to the Supper, may not allow the chef enough time to make adjustments.

Is the Menu for the evening available before reserving?

No, it is difficult for the chefs to know exactly what will be on the menu until the date gets closer.  They use a lot of local ingredients, and the supply of these ingredients are not always dependable.

What are the costs?

The Supper costs $70/person. Individual glasses of wine(5 oz glass) is $6, and non-alcoholic beverages (Cherry Spritzer/Coffee) are available for $3.50.  Our wine pairing option(Each course is paired with 2oz of one of our wines) is $25.

When will the schedule be released so I can see which chefs are coming on which dates?

The Culinary Federation typically gives us a preliminary schedule in early April, and will be posted on our Events page.

What happens if I have to cancel my reservation?

There is a $35/person cancellation fee, unless we are able to resell the tickets.

How many seats are available for each Supper?

There are 56 seats available.

How to I reserve my seats?

Call Sylvia at 306-535-1278

Can I book a private supper for my friends or colleagues?

Yes, you will have to contact Sylvia @306-535-1278 to arrange this.

2018 SUPPER IN THE ORCHARD SCHEDULE

Saturday May 5th – Roberto Florez – El Tropezón -Food Truck  (Sold Out)

Friday May 11 – Jonathan Thauberger – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar  (Sold Out)

Saturday May 12 – Kelsey Sheppard – Victoria’s Tavern

Saturday May 19th – Roberto Florez – El Tropezón -Food Truck

Friday May 25th – 4 Chef Night – Andrea Colbourne – Conexus Arts Centre, Emma Bonneted – London Bell, Nikhil Arun Cheddar – Crave Kitchen, Andrea Robichaud – Sprout Catering

Saturday June 2nd – Curtis Toth – The Hotel Saskatchewan

Saturday June 16th – Kelsey Sheppard – Victoria’s Tavern

Friday June 22nd – Stacey Hunter – Stacey’s Kitchen

Saturday June 23rd – Joel Williams – The Lancaster Taphouse

Friday June 29th – Curtis Toth – The Hotel Saskatchewan

Saturday June 30th – Jonathan Thauberger – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar

Friday July 6th – Laurie Wall – Wallnuts Expressive Catering

Saturday July 7th – Jonathan Thauberger – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar

Friday July 13th – Andrea Colbourne – Conexus Arts Centre, Emma Bonneted – London Bell, Nikhil Arun Cheddar – Crave Kitchen, Andrea Robichaud – Sprout Catering

Saturday July 21st – Joel Williams – The Lancaster Taphouse

Friday July 27th – Moe Matieu – Luther College Food and Catering Services

Saturday July 28th – Jonathan Thauberger – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar

Friday August 3rd – Chris Torjusen

Friday August 10th – Derris Warren – London Belle

Saturday August 11th – Moe Matieu – Luther College Food and Catering Services

Friday August 17th – Andrea Colbourne – Conexus Arts Centre, Emma Bonneted – London Bell, Nikhil Arun Cheddar – Crave Kitchen, Andrea Robichaud – Sprout Catering

Saturday August 18th – Jonathan Thauberger – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar

Friday August 24th – Cory MacLeod – Sprout Catering

Saturday August 25th – Joel Williams – The Lancaster Taphouse

Friday August 31st – Tim Davies – Willow On Wascana

Saturday September 1st – Jonathan Thauberger – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar

Saturday September 8th – Moe Matieu – Luther College Food and Catering Services

Friday September 14th – Gregory Reid – Reid’s Artisanal Butchery

Saturday September 15th – Cory MacLeod – Sprout Catering

Friday September 21st – Garret ‘Rusty’ Thienes – Harvest Eatery

Saturday September 22nd – Destiny Slobodian – The Copper Kettle

Friday September 28th – Roberto Florez – El Tropezón -Food Truck

Saturday September 29th – Tim Davies – Willow On Wascana

Friday October 5th – Chris Torjusen

Saturday October 6th – Dragan Durdevic – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar

Friday October 12th – Jamie Deis, Bryan Rice – Scott Collegiate

Saturday October 13th – Roberto Florez – El Tropezón -Food Truck

Friday October 26th – Cory MacLeod – Sprout Catering

Saturday October 27th – Jonathan Thauberger – Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar, Leo Pantel – Conexus Art Centre, Milton Rebello – Skye Cafe & Bistro