|Photo courtesy of North Pacific Facebook page|
Those living on, or visiting the North Coast and looking for something a little different for a night out, should keep August 14 or 15 free for some fine dining.
On those two nights, the North Pacific Cannery Dinner Series will once again bring Adrienne Johnston, one of Prince Rupert's favourite chefs, out to the Port Edward Historical Site.
With the famed Prince Rupert chef providing many of her special touches to a three course meal at the North Pacific Cannery site's Mess House Cafe.
It's a return engagement for Mrs. Johnston, who participated in last years popular fund raising event for the Cannery site, receiving rave reviews for her creations as part of the well attended night of activities at North Pacific.
Tickets for this years event are available by pre purchase only, owing to the nature of their Special Occasion Licence no tickets will be available at the door.
Tickets for the event are 70 dollars and available for purchase at the North Pacific Cannery Visitors Centre at the Historical site, or by phone at 250-628-3538.
There will be eight seating's every half hour, through the course of the three hours of dinner from 5-8 PM each night.
The special dining opportunity not only combines the menu offerings of the famed North Coast Chef, but offers up a spectacular backdrop to an evening out at the Historical site, making the twenty minute drive out of Prince Rupert well worth the trip.
A review of some photos from last years event can be found through the North Pacific Facebook page.
You can find more information on the popular Dinner series from the North Pacific Cannery Historical Site's webpage, Facebook page or twitter feed.