Paradise Farms Now Serving Lunch
Timon Balloo headlines the first Dinner in Paradise
Most of you know the deal by now -- cocktail reception at 5 p.m., followed by a farm tour and dinner at 6 p.m. Each dinner is priced at $165.50 (tax and google fee included).
Dinner features five courses made with local, organic products, paired with top quality wines enjoyed by guests in a lush, tropical setting. This year the proceeds of the get togethers will benefit The Urban Oasis Project, whose mission it is to make fresh local food available to all.
Check out the Paradise Farms website to find out about the rest of the seasons' dinners, and/or to make reservations.
But wait, there's now Lunch in Paradise as well...
The lunch day begins at 11 a.m. for a farm tour, followed by the actual meal at noon. It is priced at $59.50 per person (includes tax and all googly-ooglies) and features a three course meal made with local organic products. Reservations are required. Dress is casual. Participating lunch chefs don't have the gravitas of the dinner chefs, but the price accounts for that.
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