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Celebrity Chef Rob Feenie to co-host intimate dinner for charity this November

Chef Feenie and L'Abattoir's Lee Cooper to host charity dinner at eight-seat No. 1 Gaoler’s Mews in November.

Oct 01, 2019 - EightSix Staff

Celebrity Chef Rob Feenie is teaming up with L'Abattoir's Lee Cooper for an intimate dinner for 8 guests at No. 1 Gaoler’s Mews.

Chef Feenie, the current culinary leader of Cactus Club Cafe, will work with Chef/Owner Cooper in an open kitchen to prepare a seasonal multi-course dinner at L'Abattoir's VIP dining experience, No. 1 Gaoler's Mews. The dinner will feature the kind of fine-dining cuisine Iron Chef Feenie became known for during his time as Executive Chef at Kitsilano's Lumiere. 

100% of the proceeds through ticket sales will be donated directly to the BC Hospitality Foundation. The charity raises funds to support those in the hospitality industry facing financial crisis due to a health issue. The BCHF also awards scholarships to students enrolled in hospitality, culinary, sommelier, beverage and other hospitality-related programs in BC to support the development of future industry leaders.

Tickets for the November 8th event are currently being sold by auction to the highest bidders until October 5th at 6pm. Visit the link below to support the BC Hospitality Foundation and bid for a pair of tickets to the exclusive event.

View event details and place your bids on No. 1 Gaoler's Mews - Friday November 8th, 2019.

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