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Farm to Table Dinner!!

An invite from the Blue Talon Restaurant in Williamsburg VA



imageWe know that our loyal followers are more food savvy than most but, even for out group, not everyone is all that familiar with the concept of "Farm to Table" and what it really means.

Well, here’s your chance.  You can join Chef David Everett and more than a dozen of our local farmers as he works with them to put out a feast that truly celebrates the amazing bounty of our area.  You will enjoy this huge dinner at a massively long table with all these farmers and their products, great wines, cheeses and more – all right on Duke of Gloucester Street.

This fantastic dinner is only open to the first 50 couples that respond, so please check with your friends and significant others and snag your tickets as soon as possible.  It was a sellout last year – and that was in the rain!

Chef David Everett’s Farm to Table Dinner
Friday, September 14 @ 6:30
$85 per ticket
Call
The Trellis to reserve your tickets!  757.229.8610

Occasion for Fun!




For the fifth year in a row, Chef David Everett will be hosting this AMAZING food & wine event on Prince George Street – right smack in the middle of the region’s biggest and best art show of the year!  This year, he is bringing in support from The Trellis and newly opened DoG Street Pub, to help round out the offerings.  All day Saturday and Sunday, you will be able to taste scores of great wines, meet the brewers and taste beers from local and not-so-local artisan breweries and enjoy an outstanding array of dishes from all three restaurants. 

You’ll even be able to grab a glass of your favorite beverage and relax after some tough art show – shopping!   All that for one ticket price, under a tent, in the middle of Prince George Street! 

Single Day Tasting Ticket– $25.
Two Day Tasting Ticket – $35.

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