Michael and I are delighted you'll be joining us and about 90 other beautiful people for our fall 2023 Moonlight Dinner, this Saturday, October 14th. As always, it promises to be a very lovely evening. The menu along with other details is below. If you're bringing a guest, please forward this link.
Before I go into all the evenings particulars, you should know we've opened our Online Caramel Shop so you can order (if you like) the most amazing soft, buttery & creamy goat milk caramels in the whole world: Sea salt caramels and pumpkin spice caramels. In 2014, we won an award with Good Food Awards for our caramels. * no corn syrup - organic tapioca syrup.
Generally, this is a giving opportunity provided as an exclusive for Friends of the Farm, however, we wanted you to have this opportunity to experience the best caramels. Click the link above to place an order. You'll pick up your package of caramels in our farm's apothecary right after the dinner. We are a crowd funded 501C3 and the proceeds from the caramels help "feed" our projects along with our happy goats and hens.
Your Chef - Chef Adam Alison recently toured Italy and all the evenings platings are inspired from that trip. Read about Chef's trip to Italy here. Scroll down to see the evenings culinary experience. Note: All dietary issues have been reported and at this time, there can be no other changes.
9080 E. Cactus Rd. Scottsdale, 85260 * do NOT ask maps to guide you to our farm.
Follow this: Located ON Cactus - just EAST of the 101 and just east of the light at 90th street - on the NORTH side of the street - sandwiched in between 2 housing divisions. You'll notice our two farm pillars - entrance to the farm. Turn in going NORTH -and Walk down the driveway (heading north). Even though you will see all sorts of other gates - head north to the main gate. All other little gates and gardens are Chef's team's entrances.
Lylah’s contact: 480.206.7821 Michael’s contact: 480.203.9189
In order to preserve the magic of our evening, our gates open at 5:30 PM. A parking attendant will help direct parking. However, since we're serving 92 guests, we're asking everyone to either uber or carpool (as much as possible). This will help curb any possible tight parking issues.
Arriving at 5:30 gives you plenty of time to meander, find the farm's restroom say hello to the goats while enjoying your welcome cocktail. Feel free to sit anywhere and if you're coming with guests - simply lean your chair against the table to "save" that spot.
We will greet you at our Gathering Garden entrance - you’ll walk through the grape fine arbor and be greeted and served a welcome cocktail.
SPECIAL: WE HAVE A VIOLINIST FOR THE EVENING.
Dress Code is Casual - HOWEVER, we are a farm, ground can be uneven, so we highly suggest close toed shoes. Perhaps a light sweater. Hoping there is not a mosquito issue, however, just in case - bring any spray that works for you to use. Tea tree oil works well. Sorry, we won't have any available.
NOTE: As mentioned on the reservation page - food allergy issues, Each culinary experience Chef creates a unique multi-course dinner. Every course is thoughtfully planned out with seasonal purpose and intent. We appreciate your understanding
Smoking is not allowed at the farm.
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