Hunt Camp, the semiannual dinner series hosted by Junction Triangle restaurant Farmhouse Tavern, is the stuff adventurous carnivores’ dreams are made of: past iterations of the $200-a-head meal have included plates and platters heaped with all kinds of interesting animal parts—roasted rabbit hearts, whipped trout livers—prepared with care by former head chef Alex Molitz. This fall’s version of the event may be a bit different, since Farmhouse recently lost Molitz to the Hinterland winery in Prince Edward County, but one thing’s unlikely to change: as in previous Hunt Camp “seasons,” this month’s meals will likely sell out quickly. There are currently two confirmed seatings (October 22 and 29), with only eight seats available per meal. Anyone who’s interested may want to set up some kind of reminder for 8 p.m. tonight, which is when the restaurant will begin taking reservations for those 16 coveted spots.
Wed. Oct. 22 & Wed. Oct. 29. $196.50 (tax & tip incl.). Farmhouse Tavern, 1627 Dupont St., 416-561-9114, HuntCampTO@gmail.com, facebook.com