The Rusholme Park Supper Club

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Family-style dinner parties by guest chefs

Several times a month, the Rusholme Park Supper Club invites a talented cook to prepare a multi-course dinner. We push all the tables together for 20 guests to dine together, along with the cook, in an informal, family-style, B.Y.O.B. dinner party.

Dinners’ on Saturday or Sunday nights; doors open at 7:30 and dinner served at 8pm. No alcohol is sold or served by The Dep at meetings of the RPSC, but members are free to bring their own beverage of choice. There is no corkage fee.

To attend a dinner, you become a member of the Rusholme Park Supper Club when you buy your ticket online; memberships cost $40 (+HST), which includes dinner. Memberships are valid for one event only — if you want to attend another meeting of the Club, you must renew your membership.

Memberships must be purchased in advance either online through our event calendar or Facebook, or in person at The Dep. Advanced memberships are available to guarantee a seat since there is limited seating.

If an event is sold out, an update to the event listing will be posted on Facebook and Twitter, but feel free to contact us to check availability.

Guests are welcome to attend on their own, with a friend or in a group. It is also possible to rent The Dep to host your own private dinner parties.

If the idea of cooking a dinner for 20 people sounds like fun to you, we split cash and tips 50/50 with our guest chefs. Click here for more details.

Upcoming Supper Clubs


March 7 @ 7:30 pm

SUPPER CLUB: Paleo Goes to Asia by Amanda & Michelle Li

Dietitian & culinary enthusiast Amanda Li has joined forces with her sister Michelle to present a healthy, whole-food, paleo-inspired menu with a unique, oriental flare. No dairy, grains, legumes or refined sugar, just wholesome ingredients grown and cooked with love … Continue reading


March 8 @ 7:30 pm

SUPPER CLUB: The Lion and The Tiger by Chef Greg Couillard

Toronto culinary icon Greg Couillard may have earned himself an international reputation with his unique fusion of diverse culinary traditions, but food culture has been producing unexpected mash-ups for centuries. When India (The Tiger) was under British (The Lion) rule, … Continue reading


March 15 @ 7:30 pm

SUPPER CLUB: Duck & Cover by Dave Mottershall

Nature is a damp place over which large numbers of ducks fly, uncooked. — Oscar Wilde Chef Dave Mottershall, the man behind the rave-reviewed Loka Snacks pop-up, returns to the Dep with a from-the-heart winter dinner inspired by his recent … Continue reading


March 21 @ 7:30 pm

SUPPER CLUB: Flavours of Taiwan II by Chih-Yang (Sean) Kuan

An important part of Taiwanese cuisine are xiaochi (小吃 “small eats”); small, savoury snacks eaten together similar to tapas or meze. Taiwanese xiaochi has gained such a reputation that travelers have been known to visit Taiwan just for an unforgettable … Continue reading


March 29 @ 7:30 pm

SUPPER CLUB: Where Spain & Morocco Meet by José Arato

The Moors, a vibrant culture of Islamic North Africans, migrated to the Iberian peninsula in the 8th Century where they thrived for 700 years, leaving an indelible mark on the culture, music and food of southern Spain. Separated by less … Continue reading