Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I find out about your upcoming dinners?
A: Send us your email and we’ll get you on our mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What can I expect at an ONO dinner?
A: A fun evening! What ONO is not is a stuffy wine dinner. We want you to think of the ONO dinner series as a string of casual dinner parties that just happens to have top-notch chefs cooking your food and rockstar winemakers/brewmasters/mixologists serving you drinks. Expect attention to detail, but if you get up to use the restroom, don’t expect to return to a napkin that’s been folded into a swan.
Q: What’s the dress code?
A: Smart casual. Think, nice jeans and a nice shirt. No jacket required (great album).
Q: How much does it cost?
A: It really depends on the dinner, but expect to pay anywhere between $100-$300. Our ticket prices are always listed on Brown Paper Tickets when they go on sale.
Q: How do I buy tickets?
A: We will let you know via Facebook, Twitter and newsletter when tickets are on sale. When you make a purchase, we will add your name to a list. You do not need a physical ticket. We’ll check you off at the door.
Q: How many people get to come to these dinners?
A: We like to keep these dinners intimate, which means usually no more than around 40 people.
Q: What’s a typical dinner like?
A: You can expect a pre-dinner reception with drinks and appetizers about an hour before dinner starts. This should give you plenty of time to arrive, meet the other guests, check out the surroundings, get a little liquored up and get your bearings before dinner is served. Oh, and we would like time to meet you, too!
Q: What else do I need to know?
A: We want to make sure you feel you received the value of your ONO ticket price. We promise great food, drinks, music, tours of the facility (when applicable) and a nice little takeaway goodie for you to remember the night by.