North America’s Original Gourmet Pop-Up Dining Festival – Cape Breton, NS, Aug. 23-Sept. 1
Praised by media and food critics alike including the Huffington Post and the Boston Globe, Right Some Good gathers the world’s most imaginative culinary talent in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia for ten days and gives them the opportunity to bring their most treasured food fantasies to life exclusively for Right Some Good guests. Using world-renowned local Nova Scotia ingredients, these rock-star chefs open and close a new ‘pop-up’ dining room every night of the festival.
Right Some Good 2013’s line-up features seven different pop-up locations, a two-day gourmet food street fair, as well as opportunities to take cooking classes with a master chef recently named one of the best in America. Tickets are $85 per person for the prix-fixe menu and available exclusively online or by calling 1-888-311-9090.
|Friday, August 23||Chef Martin Blunos|
|Saturday August 24||Chef E. Michael Reidt, Inverness|
|Saturday, August 24||Chef E. Michael Reidt|
|Sunday, August 25||Chef Carl Heinrich|
|Tuesday, August 27||Chef Daniel Galmiche|
|Wednesday, August 28||Chef E. Michael Reidt|
|Thursday, August 29||Chef Gilles Troump|
|Saturday, August 31 and Sunday, September 1||Gourmet Street Fair|
|Sunday, September 1||Master Chef Face Off|
The festival launched in 2011 to international acclaim. The Huffington Post weighed in on the praise, saying:
“Being that this was the first time the festival was being held, I was very impressed with this moveable feast… I feasted on dishes ranging from lobster ragout and rhubarb-glazed pork loin to something I hadn’t yet tried – Nova Scotia sea cucumber - along with some fabulous desserts, like roasted white peaches with a pistachio compote.”
Come find out for yourself just how good Right Some Good can be! In case you are wondering, Right Some Good is a very old phrase often heard on Cape Breton Island meaning “simply amazing!”