Fifth season of Full Moon Feasts

Join Tria Fine Catering this summer at the historic Filberg Lodge in Comox for their fifth season hosting their popular Full Moon Feasts.

LAST YEAR'S AUGUST Full Moon Feast featured Beaufort Winery with one of the Tria’s courses.

Join Tria Fine Catering this summer at the historic Filberg Lodge in Comox for their fifth season hosting their popular Full Moon Feasts.

The Full Moon Feast includes a series of decadent roaming hors d’oeuvres and an arrival cocktail, which guests can sip while wandering the stunning grounds.

Explore the historic lodge and connect with some of the Comox Valley’s unique history. Guests will then gather at the table to be treated to a three-course meal, paired with local wines.

“We can hardly wait for the feasts,” says Tria Fine Catering chef and owner, Kathy Jerritt. “These dinners really allow us to feature the best of the Comox Valley in a breathtaking setting.”

This year’s feasts are being held on July 22 and August 20. E-mail bookings@triafinecatering.ca to reserve a space.

— Tria Catering

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