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Happenings

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Cooking Class

Method to the Madness
Apr. 11, 6-8:30pm

Decode menu terminology and demystify cooking techniques with Tompkins Cortland culinary arts grad and Coltivare events chef Steve Mead! Sure you might know how to braise or roast, but how about sous vide or saute? Learn when and how to apply these methods at home as well as understanding them next time they’re referenced on your favorite Food Network show.

Kick off at 6:00 with a quick round of introductions then get hands-on in the Coltivare culinary lab in a fun and interactive class complete with tastings, takeaways and an adult beverage pairing. An ideal class for nature-loving foodies, couples, friends, and the outgoing solo cook looking to meet new people. No experience or expertise necessary.

$50 price per person is all inclusive (food/adult beverage/recipe cards). Expect to leave full, happy, and likely with leftovers! Tickets for sale through Eventbrite

 
 
 

Easter Sunday

Brunch
Apr. 12, 10am-4pm

Our popular Easter Sunday Brunch is back! Bring the family down for the full grand buffet experience. $30 for adults and $15 for children and 10 and under includes buffet, plus coffee, tea and soft drinks. (Tax and gratuity extra.)

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*Please note, the restaurant is open and serving a buffet for extended brunch hours from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. but will not be having dinner service.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Atwater

Wine Dinner
Apr. 16, 6-8pm

Representatives from Atwater Estate Vineyards will join us in the wine cellar for an April pairing dinner celebrating the first inklings of spring. Sample some of the best Seneca Lake wines while enjoying an exclusive made-for-the-occasion menu from Coltivare Executive Chef Patrick Blackman. $55 includes tax and gratuity. Tickets for sale through Eventbrite.
 
 
 

Cooking Class

Summer Smorgasbord
June 13, 6-8:30pm

It’s the seasonal veggie (vegetarian friendly!) cooking class you’ve been looking for. Coltivare Executive Chef Patrick Blackman is back at the helm for a new internationally-inspired spin on last summer’s sold out CSA Mystery Basket class. Local goes global just ahead of the summer solstice as participants compose a meal of cultural dishes drawn from around the world, using ingredients sourced from our own backyard.

Kick off at 6:00 with a quick round of introductions then get hands-on in the Coltivare culinary lab in a fun and interactive class complete with tastings, takeaways and an adult beverage pairing. An ideal class for nature-loving foodies, couples, friends, and the outgoing solo cook looking to meet new people. No experience or expertise necessary.

$50 price per person is all inclusive (food/adult beverage/recipe cards). Expect to leave full, happy, and likely with leftovers! Tickets for sale through Eventbrite

 
 
 

Cooking Class

Sauces, Dressings, Marinades
July 11, 6-8:30pm

Just in time for summer salad and backyard barbecue season, Chef Ernie takes us on a journey South of the border for a class on sauces, dressings, and marinades inspired by the flavors of Mexico. Learn how to make a flavor-packed marinade whose leftovers can be turned into a sumptuous sauce for your dish. Use every day kitchen gadgets to whip up a mouth-watering vinaigrette that celebrates the bright colors and bright flavors of summer.

Kick off at 6:00 with a quick round of introductions then get hands-on in the Coltivare culinary lab in a fun and interactive class complete with tastings, takeaways and an adult beverage pairing. An ideal class for nature-loving foodies, couples, friends, and the outgoing solo cook looking to meet new people. No experience or expertise necessary.

$50 price per person is all inclusive (food/adult beverage/recipe cards). Expect to leave full, happy, and likely with leftovers! Tickets for sale through Eventbrite

 
 
 

Cooking Class

Peachy Keen
Aug. 8, 6-8:30pm

Just as summer reaches peak ripeness, Coltivare Pastry Chef Marion Ferrer returns to the teaching kitchen with a baking class celebrating all things peaches. Shortcake, cobbler, crisp and more, learn to master recipes utilizing in-season fruit with easy substitutes you can use all year long.

Kick off at 6:00 with a quick round of introductions then get hands-on in the Coltivare culinary lab in a fun and interactive class complete with tastings, takeaways and an adult beverage pairing. An ideal class for couples, friends, and the outgoing solo cook looking to meet new people. No experience or expertise necessary.

$50 price per person is all inclusive (food/adult beverage/recipe cards). Expect to leave full, happy, and likely with leftovers! Tickets for sale through Eventbrite