November. The restaurant is part of the student's training and is a way for them to experience the various jobs in the restaurant industry. The college's Culinary Arts program is one that I have always been of fan of and would have applied for had I not made the decision to pursue the field of Communications. Perhaps that is why I try to go there as often as possible?
The program involves students learning everything there is to know about food. From place settings and waiting on tables, to making various dishes from around the world, these lucky folks will know it all by the time they graduate. My older cousin has applied to the program and I'm really hoping that when she starts, she'll sneak me in to some of her classes. : )
If you are interested in learning more about the program or would like to make a reservation, please visit their website. There, you can view their ever changing menus and a calendar showing when they are open to the public, as well as any new announcements they may have.
Before you continue to look at the photos, I apologize for the low lighting and poor focus. I still have a lot to learn in the ways of photography.
amuse-bouche, so the name was not on the menu. I do know that it had tuna and compressed watermelon.
Well that was it. The food was delicious, the servers were great, and I can't wait for the next time I can eat at Prairie Lights Restaurant again.