The Bond Affair Dinner

February 17, 2014 by  
Filed under CitySocial, Ontario, Past Events, Toronto, Uncategorized

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Sophisticated, elegant and on a mission to stimulate your taste buds. The Bond Affair Dinner Series strives to transform the way people view the city by providing the best culinary food possible.

This “pop-up” social dinner was held in magnificent locations such as museums, conservatories, historical locations, 5 star restaurants, golf clubs, art galleries and many more areas that represent fancy, classy and timeless. Guests were aware of each events secret location 2 days beforehand.

For only $125, you experience a night in the life of 007. The night began with the 007 Photo concierges, who accompanied guests to take photos with the Bond background.

Special 007 concierges  that escort guests to the bond lounge where drinks and Hors d’oeuvres were served. After the reception period, guests were seated and take part in the Q Branch. “Special Guest” which could be a book author, fashion designer or philanthropist.

And just so we’re clear, spies, we expect you to dine with us. A 4 course dinner was served, accompanied by the best drinks and a chef to describe the special menu.

What night isn’t complete without a little sightseeing? With A View to Kill, guests explored the beautiful venue with a guided tour. And finally, gift bags of products were given away at the end of the night. Remember spies, they are for your eyes only.

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Look for pictures at:

https://www.facebook.com/Bondaffairdinner/photos_stream

For more information about  uocoming dinners : https://www.facebook.com/Bondaffairdinner

Good Luck with your mission, spies. From Bond, with love.

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