Fresh Twenty One

Dartmouth-Cole Harbour
21 Woodlawn Road
Dartmouth, NS

About

Note: Fresh Twenty One is open only on the following dates: Feb 11, Feb 12, Feb 18, Feb 25, Feb 26. Reservations are required for Fresh Twenty One's Dine Around menus.
Welcome to Fresh Twenty-One, NSCC Akerley Campus’ Food and Beverage “Incubator”, developing Nova Scotia’s future Culinary & Hospitality Professionals. This practical classroom is a collaboration of our Culinary Management, Hospitality/Tourism and Pastry Arts programs, operated by our first and second-year students. Our students have created the menu you are about to enjoy under the instruction of our award-winning Culinary Faculty. We encourage you to explore all the food at our action stations during lunch service and we encourage you to speak with our student servers about our In-House “Crafted” Soda’s, made with all-natural ingredients and the À la carte dessert offering provided by the talented Pastry Arts students. Our evening service offers up a multicourse prix fixe menu on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the academic year. Our produce is harvested from the Culinary Garden in the first semester, and we do our very best to support local purveyors when it comes to our fish, meat, poultry, beer, wine & spirits. As this is an immersive teaching environment, your patience is appreciated. We thank you for your continued support of NSCC’s Culinary & Tourism Programs.
Please Note: Gratuities will not be accepted, being a learning environment, however, you can donate to NSCC’s Akerley Foodbank by offering a nonperishable food donation
Make Reservations Online

Fresh Twenty One

Dartmouth-Cole Harbour
Tuesday, February 11 12:00 pm
Wednesday, February 12 12:00 pm
Tuesday, February 18 12:00 pm
Tuesday, February 25 12:00 pm
Wednesday, February 26 12:00 pm

Location

About

Note: Fresh Twenty One is open only on the following dates: Feb 11, Feb 12, Feb 18, Feb 25, Feb 26. Reservations are required for Fresh Twenty One's Dine Around menus.
Welcome to Fresh Twenty-One, NSCC Akerley Campus’ Food and Beverage “Incubator”, developing Nova Scotia’s future Culinary & Hospitality Professionals. This practical classroom is a collaboration of our Culinary Management, Hospitality/Tourism and Pastry Arts programs, operated by our first and second-year students. Our students have created the menu you are about to enjoy under the instruction of our award-winning Culinary Faculty. We encourage you to explore all the food at our action stations during lunch service and we encourage you to speak with our student servers about our In-House “Crafted” Soda’s, made with all-natural ingredients and the À la carte dessert offering provided by the talented Pastry Arts students. Our evening service offers up a multicourse prix fixe menu on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the academic year. Our produce is harvested from the Culinary Garden in the first semester, and we do our very best to support local purveyors when it comes to our fish, meat, poultry, beer, wine & spirits. As this is an immersive teaching environment, your patience is appreciated. We thank you for your continued support of NSCC’s Culinary & Tourism Programs.
Please Note: Gratuities will not be accepted, being a learning environment, however, you can donate to NSCC’s Akerley Foodbank by offering a nonperishable food donation
Make Reservations Online

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