Hotel celebrates food and film

Oak Bay Beach Hotel celebrates Foodie Month this May with food-themed movie nights and the Feast Food & Film festival

Oak Bay Beach Hotel celebrates Foodie Month this May with food-themed movie nights and the Feast Food & Film festival wrap brunch and movie.

“We’re celebrating our love of great food and welcoming the arrival of spring with new menus and a celebration of food on film” says Michelle Le Sage, general manager. “Chef [Robert] Budlong is leading the culinary approach for the hotel, and we’re excited to welcome both guests and locals to enjoy the patios.”

The festival has already shown Entre Les Bras (Step Up to the Plate) and How to Cook Your Life. May 19 features La Graine Et Le Mulet (Secret of the Grain) and May 26 they show Fruit Hunters.

The Feast Food and Film festival wrap brunch takes place on Sunday, May 31 at 11 a.m. with a showing of El Somni, a film that showcases the creative process of more than 40 artists who participated in a dinner. Tickets are $59 with a portion dedicated to the Victoria Film Festival, and include brunch and the screening of the film.

For full Foodie Month details, visit www.oakbaybeachhotel.com or call 1-250-598-4556.

 

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