For the last five years DINNERS AT THE FARM have been organizing open-air dinners celebrating Connecticut’s farms, food and community. Each farm produces an array of organic produce allowing the chefs to create a different six course menu every night for 16 nights.
Founded by Jonathan Rapp of River Tavern Restaurant in Chester, Drew McLachlan of Feast Gourmet Market in Deep River and Chip Dahlke of Ashlawn Farm in Lyme, the series generates awareness of the importance of local farms and the delicious, and wholesome food they provide.
The multi-course feasts are cooked fresh that day off the back of Dinner at the Farm's signature, red, vintage cook truck–a 1955 Ford F-600.
There are still tickets available for the 2011 Season, but they are not likely to last long. Looking for a unique experience to celebrate an upcoming birthday or anniversary? Dinners at the Farm will plan a private event for you and a group of your friends. What fun for such a worthwhile cause!