At Tonight's Epicure's Revue
by Mike Charbonneau
Screening: Wednesday, September 29 at 7 p.m., to get you in the mood, followed by a wine tasting with tapas at Lardon.
Film: Mostly Martha, a German production about an obsessed chef, with no life outside the restaurant kitchen, her troubled niece, who’s mother has just been killed in a traffic accident, and a sous chef, who understands people, loves life and can melt hearts with his wonderful Italian cuisine.
Wine tasting: Following the film, sommelier and George Brown professor Doris Bradley will conduct a tasting of two Italian and two German wines, along with four tapas to complement the wines at Lardon Restaurant just south of the cinema.
Wine tasting: $25.
There are only 32 seats available, so make sure to purchase your tickets in advance at the restaurant or The Revue during open hours.
For the film: $7 in advance; $8 for seniors and Revue members; $10 for non-members.
For a report on the first Epicure’s Revue and a list of the wines and food, click here.