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Grey Owl restaurant

Edith and Mark Frison, Rick and Karen Chrest, Beth Clark, Chris Kennedy, James O'Connor, Mariah Phillips.

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Edith and Mark Frison, Rick and Karen Chrest, Beth Clark, Chris Kennedy, James O'Connor, Mariah Phillips.

The Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts hosted and organized another four-week fine-dining restaurant from Jan. 20 to Feb. 14.

(L-R)(Back) Jasmin Dickson,  Jeff Dickson. (Front) Ray Dennis, Lori Dennis, Hanna Bordewijk and Brent Baker.

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(L-R)(Back) Jasmin Dickson, Jeff Dickson. (Front) Ray Dennis, Lori Dennis, Hanna Bordewijk and Brent Baker.

(L-R) Warren and Paulette Barber.

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(L-R) Warren and Paulette Barber. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / FOR THE SUN)

(L-R)(Back) Derrick and Trish Turner.  (Front) Cheryl and Don Bryant.

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(L-R)(Back) Derrick and Trish Turner. (Front) Cheryl and Don Bryant. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / FOR THE SUN)

Students and staff worked together to present a fusion of nouvelle and classic cuisine in the historic Grey Owl dining room at the institute.

This annual tradition is a much anticipated Brandon favourite and tickets sell out quickly year after year.

I was invited to dine with a group in the private dining room this year and the experience was amazing.

From the presentation to the taste and the amazing servers, I had a wonderful evening.

For more information about this event, or any other events hosted by MICA, call 204-725-8741.

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition March 1, 2014

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The Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts hosted and organized another four-week fine-dining restaurant from Jan. 20 to Feb. 14.

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Students and staff worked together to present a fusion of nouvelle and classic cuisine in the historic Grey Owl dining room at the institute.

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