Surrounded by friends, family and some of our media colleagues, Jeffrey Remedios introduced Field Trip 2015 at an intimate dinner party hosted at the Analogue Gallery on Queen West.
You could feel the excitement in the air as guests sat down to a specially curated feast by Toronto chef Anthony Rose. Featuring three of his restaurants, Rose talked through each dish with the same love and attention to detail as he uses when creating them.
Guests sipped on carefully created cocktails mixed by Alex Pearce from The Drake Hotel. Alex won Field Trip’s annual Mixology competition at 86’d Mondays, hosted by Ivy Knight.
The guest list to the event was filled with some of Arts & Crafts and Field Trip’s best acts including Kevin Drew, Andy Kim, and Sharon and Bram. A highlight of the night: the après dinner sing-a-long with Sharon and Bram. All thirty guests stood on their feet and belted out their infamous “Peanut Butter and Jelly” song.
The night ended with trays of sweets, and happy banter about the upcoming festival and its impressive line up. For The Love of Food was thrilled to play a role in the execution of this feast for a few of our favourite people.