Dec. 1, 2023

Restaurants in private homes

Published May 16, 2023, 1:20 p.m. by Monica Louis

In the past, if you wanted to go out for a nice meal, your options were limited to restaurants. But now, with the rise of the private dining industry, you can enjoy a delicious meal in the comfort of your own home.

Private dining is a growing trend in the restaurant industry, and it’s not hard to see why. With private dining, you can enjoy a intimate meal with your friends or family without having to worry about the noise and bustle of a busy restaurant. Plus, you can customize your menu to suit your tastes and budget.

If you’re thinking about hosting a private dining event, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, you’ll need to find a private dining venue that meets your needs. There are a variety of private dining options available, from small, intimate spaces to large banquet halls. Once you’ve found the perfect space, you’ll need to choose a menu and make sure you have enough food and drink to serve your guests.

Private dining can be a great way to celebrate a special occasion or just enjoy a delicious meal in a relaxed setting. If you’re looking for a unique dining experience, consider hosting a private event at a restaurant in your home.

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it's these short ribs with sweet potato

and carrot salad twice a week Halima

Iqbal a financial analyst by day

culinary student by night cooks up meals

and sells them as takeout Iqbal charges

between 10 and 12 dollars it just covers

her costs it just gives me a platform to

to be able to experiment a lot more with

ingredients understand ingredients a lot

more and get good feedback she posts her

meal on a website called meal surfers it

gives buyers access to home-cooked meals

and for it Bal who lives alone people to

cook for it's exciting for me this is

therapy cooking food and it's a great

way of meeting people as well the

concept is gaining popularity in Canada

the US and elsewhere a new type of small

business and an ever-evolving sharing

economy in Ontario home food operators

must follow provincial regulations for

proper food handling and storage and

health inspectors conduct random spot

checks this is going to be for our feta

mac and cheese these roommates take it

up a notch every Friday they turn their

tiny Toronto apartment into an exclusive

private restaurant it's scheduled

between 8:00 and 10:00 p.m.

guests arrive we serve wine we chat

basically it's just trying to get to

know the average young Torontonian 25

minutes they started advertising on

Facebook and now have 300 people on a

wait list the price tag for guests a

bottle of wine it pretty much breaks

down to seven to ten dollars a head

which is about a bottle of wine so we

don't make a profit but we definitely

just make our money back in wine

hey Jordan nice to meet you you're the

guests arrived on time this experience

is a first for them and after a

home-cooked meal some good laughs

there's a certain light

that comes from like sharing food Rene

Philip Oni CBC News Toronto


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