The Last Shepherd Dinner with Scott Vivian (Beast) & Jamie Smye (Privet House)

Location: Privet House
Date: Friday, November 15, 2013
Time: 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Price: $100.00 - Buy Now

Chef Scott Vivian of Toronto’s Beast Restaurant joins Privet House’s Jamie Smye for a gustatory experience inspired by the feature presentation The Last Shepherd.

Each course comes paired with wine. Additional wine and beverages are available for purchase from the restaurant. Due to the capacity of this location, some seating may be communal, but let it be known that you will be sharing your meal with very like-minded individuals. The restaurant will do its best to ensure parties are seated together. Tax & gratuity are included in ticket price.


Bio- Scott Vivian

Born in Montreal to an Indian mother and Italian father, food has always been an important part of Scott’s life. After cooking in top kitchens in Atlanta and Portland, Scott returned home to Canada where he worked for Tobey Nemeth at the Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar. After a year he was promoted to chef de cuisine of Jamie Kennedy at the Gardiner where local food procurement was an every day occurrence.

In June of 2010 Scott was able to fulfil his dream of owning a restaurant by taking over the culinarily historical space on 96 Tecumseth Street with his wife Rachelle. Their passion of supporting local artisans is the number one philosophy at Beast Restaurant. With a weekly changing menu, Scott allows seasonal produce and top quality Ontario ingredients to become the focal point of the gastronomic experience that is offered.

Jamie Smye

Bio- Jamie Smye

Having worked in the foodservice industry for 35 years across Canada, not only as an Executive Chef but also as a Food & Beverage Executive, Jamie has had a broad range of experiences & flavours to draw on. Most recently, the successful run of “Madison’s Grill” in Steady Brook Newfoundland for 3 years. Jamie & his partner Liisa Sellors, closed that location to move to the Annapolis Valley and take advantage of all the fantastic local growers & purveyors. Now having opened Privet House Restaurant in the heart of Wolfville in the former Acton’s location, he feels he has arrived home.