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SOLD OUT- Fall Harvest Cornucopia Butcher Paper Dinner

  • Brooklyn Grange 37-18 Northern Boulevard Long Island City, NY, 11101 United States (map)

This event is SOLD OUT. Please visit our Upcoming Events Calendar for more great activities on the farm this season!

Event Description
We’ve spent years dreaming of lining our fifty-foot picnic table with nothing but delicious veg. In steps Chef Rich Vanderplas of Edenopolis to make all of our technicolored vegetable dreams come true!

Let me tell you, this is not your average Butcher Paper Dinner but rather an homage to summer’s bountiful harvest, we’re talking about a rainbow of veggies as far as the eye can see!

A performance will unfold before you.

There will be layers upon layers on all things natural, edible and organic.

A construction beyond our wildest imagination- a farm inside a farm, the feast and table mimicking the fields around us. We’ll dine on decadently sweet & savory “dirt”, as we dance, sway and sing the night away with roasted red peppers, juicy tomatoes and tender eggplant spiced to perfection and showered in herbs.

A cornucopia for the final hurrah of the season, fit for the royalty of the plant kingdom. There will be incredible views, bumpin’ tunes and plenty of booze to sip on as we commemorate our final dinner of the season. We’ll cheers to the sunset and the end of summer and bid farewell to our fresh veggie friends until next season!

SCHEDULE
3pm - 4pm: Snacks, drinks, explore the farm
4pm: Dinner is served!

MENU
Farm Salad
More farm veggies
Dessert by Leopard and Pear

ON TAP
Transmitter
Brooklyn Onology

ON DECK
James Mulry


BUTCHER PAPER DINNER
The Butcher Paper Dinners are a series of fun, sustainable and inventive dinner parties held June through September at our flagship rooftop in LIC, centered around the farm's massive, reclaimed white oak communal table down the length of which we roll butcher paper. We engage a rotating lineup of the city's most innovative chefs who bring their unique culinary stylings to play with fresh, seasonal produce, serving family-style, eat-with-your-hands meals directly atop the paper-lined table, all of which is composted onsite after the event. This style of hands-on dining allows guests to really engage with their food -- and their neighboring diners -- for a dinner event that's outside the box. You won’t find napkins or utensils at these dinners, rather we opt for a good old fashion hose down as we aim to create as little waste as possible.


ABOUT RICHARD VANDERPLAS
As a global food researcher, Chef Richard prides himself on finding the best the world has to offer. He enjoys seeking out specialty vendors and creating connections with them built on appreciation and trust. It is the farmers and food artisans that are the stars of the show. Richard believes that it is the job of the chef to not obscure the purity of ingredients with cooking techniques and spices but to seek out and present what has already been created by nature honestly and directly.

ABOUT LEOPARD AND PEAR
Leopard and Pear is a collaboration of Erin and Eric- both celebrated chefs who earned their stripes in the pastry world. Together, they’ve teamed up to create a premiere dessert and pastry company offering unique, interactive and experiential tables. They also have an 18th century inspired tea cafe and garden opening in summer- The Awkward Scone- where house-blended herbal teas, fresh pastries, and sandwiches all dance with a subtle infusion of aromatic herbs and florals.

ABOUT TRANSMITTER
Formed to bring a unique perspective on traditional beer styles to the local New York City beer scene. Through the informed use and interactions of yeast and hops, we hope to add to the conversation about what is craft beer. We invite you to enjoy an ever-rotating stock of unique farmhouse style beers crafted with a passion for the process of brewing and for drinking good beer

ABOUT BOE
Brooklyn Oenology Winery (pron. ‘EN-ology’ or simply ‘BOE’), is a locally-focused winery based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, founded in 2006 by winemaker Alie Shaper. BOE extends the fundamental idea of terroir, which is essentially a combination of factors that create a wine’s sense of “place,” by incorporating the local agricultural, creative culinary, and art worlds.

In addition to sourcing New York grapes, BOE draws upon the Brooklyn and greater New York areas to create its identity. Each wine’s label showcases contemporary art by a Brooklyn artist and features a new piece of work for each vintage. They’re not just for viewing; they are double-layer, easy-to-peel stickers, so the customer can preserve the artwork. The tasting room also sells products from other artisanal New York state producers.

ABOUT JAMES MULRY
Born-and-bred New Yorker James Mulry has been DJing bars, nightclubs, and private events in and around the city for over 10 years. Versatile and experienced, James can read any crowd and precisely tailors his selections to match the vibe and energy of any party.


THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE AT OUR FARM IN LONG ISLAND CITY, QUEENS. DETAILED DIRECTIONS CAN BE FOUND BY FOLLOWING THE LINK BELOW


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Earlier Event: September 28
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Later Event: September 30
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