Devour! Presents Dinner & A Movie

Wolfville, N.S. (June 11, 2014) – Front and Central Chef, David Smart, is teaming up with Devour! The Food Film Fest to host a unique dinner and a movie event on Friday, June 20. The evening will incorporate both food and film to create a truly experiential event for guests.

The evening will kick off at 7:00 p.m. with a screening of Le Chef at Al Whittle Theatre, located on 450 Main St. in Wolfville. Jean Reno stars as veteran chef of a Michelin three-star culinary empire in this charming French comedy.

Following Le Chef, David Smart will host a dinner inspired by the movie at Front and Central, located on 117 Front St. in Wolfville. Dinner will start at 8:45 p.m. and will include a three-course meal incorporating original ideas based on the film. A menu will be posted to our website shortly.

Front and Central has recently been named to’s 100 Best Restaurants in Canada list. Chef David Smart will be competing in the upcoming Gold Medal Plates event, which will take place in Halifax this coming October.

Tickets are available online at Tickets to the film cost $10.00, and tickets to dinner at Front and Central cost $65.00 (including tax and gratuity.) For more information, please contact us at

Save these upcoming dates for more delicious, exciting events presented by Devour!:

  • July 20 at Lion & Bright, in Halifax
  • August 2 at Tangled Garden, in Wolfville
  • August 28 at Al Whittle Theatre and Front and Central, in Wolfville
  • October 22 at NSCC Culinary – Akerley Campus, in Dartmouth

Each event is in preparation for the fourth instalment of Devour! The Food Film Fest, taking place November 12-16, 2014 in Wolfville. Visit for more information. Stay tuned for our full 2014 program launch in September.


Devour! The Food Film Fest is an international festival celebrating cinema, food and wine culture. The five-day festival takes place in the culinary epicenter of Nova Scotia – the Town of Wolfville. The festival, formerly the Slow Motion Food Film Fest, is a celebration of food on film, the culture of food and the dramatic impact it has on our day-to-day lives.


Only one hour from Halifax, the Town of Wolfville provides the perfect setting for the Festival. It is situated in a rich agricultural area and is also home to one of Canada’s top universities, a number of historic theatres and an assortment of unique local venues that are all within walking distance and are set against the beautiful landscapes of hills, valleys, rivers and the mighty Bay of Fundy.


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Robyn McIsaac

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