Our monthly dinner is a week earlier than usual this month to accomodate a big birthday bash the following weekend. This is the first time we are repeating a country in two and a half years of Orbis being around. The last time we toured through Spanish flavors and cuisine our format for the dinner was very different and we are excited to give it another go!
Cost is $35 / person. BYOB - no corkage. Please make your reservation with Sonja or leave your number with the barista and she will confirm with you.
Our chosen country for this month's brunches and dinner is Sweden.
Reservations are required for the dinner as seating is limited. The menu is fixed and as usual will involve a series of appetizers and small plates featuring vegetable, fish and meat dishes. We will try to accomodate eating restrictions if advance notice is received but for some plates this might not be possible. The price is $35 per person and we are BYOB.
The Chalk Outlines return to Orbis Caffe on Black Friday. If the show is as good as the last time it will be a blast. We be serving up some Black Friday small plates and of course its BYOB. Seating is limited so if you want to secure a spot, cough up the $5 cover ahead of time and get on the list.
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Orbis Caffe is hosting Jazz for Tapagem! The event is for University of Pittsburgh's chapter of Engineers without Borders' international project - bringing clean water to a group of villages in the Tapagem, Para, region in Brazil. Live music by a Jazz combo, featuring Jake Churton and Alex Kaufman. There will be a complimentary cocktail and a dinner menu available. BYOB.
Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Orbis Caffe or by emailing email@example.com.
Regular Sunday brunch from 10.00am to 1.00pm. Featuring regional dishes and eggy brunch classics.
We are staying in South America for September's brunches and dinner but moving over to the West Coast to Chile. Although they are of course known for their wine, Chilean cuisine is rather less known. It is highly likely that there will be Cerviche on the menu as well as other fish, such as sea bass or salmon caught in the rich, cold waters off the coast.