Farm Dinners

Join us for an evening on the farm celebrating the summer harvest. Guests have the rare opportunity to sit down at the table with the farmers who grew the food and the chefs who prepared it, all within sight of the fields where it was harvested. Local musician Kelen Rylee will welcome guests with his unique blend of acoustic folk and country. The evening will begin with a brief tour of the farm, providing an opportunity to learn about the animals, plants, and people behind the meal. Following the tour, everyone will gather at the long table to share in food and fellowship. Chef Miguel Figueroa of Amsterdam Cafe and Chef Robbie Nicolaisen of Moore’s Mill Club will prepare the meal, paired with their selection of wines and beer from Red Clay Brewery. As the sun sets and seconds (or thirds) are served, the evening will wind down with the chefs’ desserts and coffee from local roaster Mama Mocha’s.

Guests are asked to wear comfortable shoes as the event is outside, and those interested in a brief farm tour will walk a short distance. No pets, please. Children are welcome, but each seat requires a ticket.

*By purchasing a ticket, your name will be added to a list of guests for the evening. You do not need to bring a receipt or any proof of purchase with you to the dinner.

 

Purchase tickets here.

At our farm dinners, guests have the rare opportunity to sit down at the table with the farmers who grew the food and the chef who prepared it, all within sight of the fields where it was harvested. Local musicians perform as guests arrive and enjoy the view and appetizers. The evening begins with a brief tour of the farm, providing an opportunity to learn about the animals, plants, and people behind the meal. Following the tour, everyone gathers at the table to share in food and fellowship. Local chefs prepare the meal, paired with their selection of wines. As the sun sets and seconds (or thirds) are served, the evening will wind down with desserts and coffee.

Our farm dinners have featured Chef David Bancroft of Acre in Auburn, Alabama and Chef Rob McDaniel of SpringHouse in Alex City, Alabama. We’re proud to work with these talented and creative folks, who prepare a full meal sourcing meats and vegetables entirely from our farm (and occasionally their own gardens).

Guests are asked to wear comfortable shoes as the event is outside, and those interested in a brief farm tour will walk a short distance. No pets, please. Children are welcome, but each seat requires a ticket.

Read about previous dinners below:

Summer Harvest Dinner 2014