A Night To Remember at Chiado Restaurant

par COLLEGE-MONTROSE CHILDREN'S PLACE

  • jeudi, 06 décembre 2018 de 6:30 Après-midi à 10:00 Après-midi (HNE)
  • Chiado Restaurant 864 College St, Toronto, ON M6H 1A3

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Join us for an exclusive tasting menu, with matching wines, at Chiado Restaurant.  This annual dinner is in support of College-Montrose Children's Place and will support CMCP's programs and the 3000+families that use our services annually.  

“Elegantly European, this cozy restaurant has often rightly been called the best Portuguese cuisine outside of Lisbon.” - Gayot

Few restaurants manage to achieve the level of gracious hospitality and elegance that are the hallmarks of this much-loved Portuguese institution.” - Toronto Life

Détails

Chiado's Albino Silva is assembling one of his renowned tasting menus, with matching wines, specifically for this dinner that is sure to please.   

Our silent auction will have a wide range of prizes, dinners and activities for either yourself or for someone on your holiday shopping list.

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Chiado Restaurant
864 College St, Toronto, ON M6H 1A3

6 décembre 2018
jeudi, 6 décembre 2018 6:30 Après-midi (HNE)

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College -Montrose Children's Place

À propos de cet organisme

Since 1983, CMCP has been offering free early learning and family support programs. Recognized as a leader in early childhood development, our focus has been, and will continue to be, on providing a welcoming and enriching environment to all families. We currently provide rich, early learning environments at 10 directly operated and satellite locations, including the largest free, accessible, purpose-built space for children in downtown west Toronto. Our core programs include Family Drop-ins, Parenting Workshops, Caregiver Training, Nutrition, Literacy and School Readiness programs . Last year 4,259 adults and 3,844 children participated in CMCP programs. Since all programs are free, as a non-profit organization we need to fundraise to keep our doors open. All fundraising proceeds go directly back into the programs.