Canterbury Shaker Village and Concord Food Co-op To Host Valentine’s Day Dinner at The Shaker Table: Five-course prix fixe menu will benefit National Historic Landmark

Canterbury Shaker Village and the Concord Food Co-op will host a Valentine’s Day Dinner at The Shaker Table in Canterbury, New Hampshire on Saturday, February 14, 2015 from 5:00-8:00pm. The five-course prix fixe meal is $75 per person and includes a bottle of wine per couple. A cash bar will be open throughout the evening. Seating is limited to 70 people and proceeds will benefit Canterbury Shaker Village.

Diners can spoil their Valentine and themselves this February 14 at The Shaker Table—Canterbury Shaker Village’s onsite restaurant—by enjoying an intimate seated five-course meal lovingly prepared by guest chef Scott Jones of the Concord Food Co-op. The menu will feature the finest locally sourced ingredients, perfectly paired wines, and more. Cocktail hour will begin at 5:00 pm with an imported and local domestic gourmet cheese display with assorted flatbread and crackers. Selections from the five-course menu include Oysters Rockefeller; baby arugula topped with fried goat cheese, grilled Vidalia onions and candied pecans; filet mignon with a peppercorn crust; chocolate dipped strawberries; and a trio of chocolate obsession. The full menu can be viewed at www.shakers.org.

“The Concord Food Co-op is known for their fresh, locally sourced ingredients and their delicious cafe food,” noted Funi Burdick, Executive Director of Canterbury Shaker Village. “We are excited to open The Shaker Table to the Co-op and Executive Chef Scott Jones and to be co-hosting this unique Valentine’s Day dinner.”
To purchase tickets, please visit www.shakers.org.

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