Celebrating farms, local chefs and the Good Farm Fund
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Tuesday, July 23rd
7-9pm at Yokayo Ranch, Ukiah
This event has become the most beloved farm-to-table experience of the summer!
A Midsummer Night's Feast is a fabulous showcase of our region's best food & culinary talent, featuring the people who feed our community, from shovel to fork.
photo by Lauren Steury
Local food doesn't get better than this; In one summer evening we bring together 20 of the area's "local-food-forward" chefs and pair them up with our best local farms and ranches to collaborate on one of a kind seasonal plates -- which are better every year!
photos by Lauren Steury
Libations will include local beer, wines, designer mocktails, and the crowd-favorite craft cocktails made with locally distilled spirits from American Craft Whiskey Distillery.
Hosted outdoors at the beautiful & historic Yokayo Ranch in Ukiah, this evening also includes live music plus a silent auction.
Doors open at 7pm and the optional farm tour starts at 7:15pm.
Advance Tickets: $100 (Early bird ticket pricing available until 6/15) Includes all food & beverages. After 6/15, $125. This event is expected to sell out, so make sure to get your tickets via Brown Paper Tickets early.
Courtesy note: no dogs or other pets, please.
The event benefits the Good Farm Fund, which provides economic development & emergency relief grants to small local food producers, and funds the Food Stamp Match program at our local farmers markets. For more information about the Good Farm Fund, please click here.