Share our table for an amazing feast that will awake your senses.
Carla, Table to Share’s Owner will host the evening providing stories, cultural context and culinary details about each of the 11-courses throughout the night.
This progressive 2.5 hour dinner will feature a variety of dynamic Brazilian dishes and cocktails – from Mandioca with Parmesan, Sirloin Fired Grilled, sweet Coconut Pavé, Caipirinha – to many more that will surprise you.
Brazil is a mosaic of immigrants that, alongside an extensive coastline, vast tropical forests and diverse wildlife, have all contributed to a diversified gastronomy.
Share national family-style dishes and “special” off-menu items that will have you feeling you’ve stepped into the world of Samba, Churrasco and Carnival.
Leave our table full with a new understanding for Brazilian cuisine.
Your ticket includes all food and drink presented as part of the evening, including non-alcoholic beverages, coffee and tea. Your ticket also includes gratuity for the restaurants and service staff.
Parking expenses, and gratuities (if you wish) for the Table To Share team. Additional alcoholic drinks or cocktails ordered in addition to those offered.
When you purchase your ticket, you’ll be able to select the dietary restrictions + allergies you may have. We cannot guarantee every allergy or dietary restriction can be accommodated. Please contact us if you have serve allergies or concerns.
If you can’t make an experience and notify us with a minimum of 7 days prior to the experience at email@example.com, we will give you an E-Certificate for the full purchase price (not including service fees) towards a future Table to Share experience. You are also more than welcome to transfer your seat to someone. Cash refunds are not available as all purchases are final.
A genuine passion for food, people and cultures is what embraces the foundation of Table to Share. Our purpose is to invite Food Lovers to to expand their international food palates.
Our guests are not only served the most traditional and delicious dishes but also given the historical and cultural context.
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ANTHONY S., TORONTO | GOOGLE REVIEWS
"I attended a Brazilian-food dinner held at a traditional, non-touristy restaurant and it was surprisingly authentic. I really enjoyed the atmosphere of the groups setting, and most importantly the food itself. I really felt like I knew a lot more on Brazilian food than before."