5th Annual Harvest Dinner at the Carrboro Farmers' Market
Thursday, September 15th in Carrboro Town Commons
$65 per Ticket
Andrew Moore – Venable
Baptist Knaven – Provence
Gabe Barker - Pizzeria Mercato
Bill Smith - Crook's Corner
Brendan Cox - Oakleaf
Bret Jennings - Elaine's on Franklin
Janet Elbetri - SANDWHICH
Isaiah Allen - The Eddy Pub
John May - Piedmont
Jonathan James - Crossroads Chapel Hill
Kevin Callaghan - Acme
Kevin Gilley - Saxapahaw General Store
Matt Neal - Neal's Deli
Sam Suchoff - The Pig
Sera Cuni - The Root Cellar
Seth Kingsbury - Pazzo
Spencer Carter - Weathervane
Teddy Diggs - ll Palio
Vimala Rajendran - Vimala's Curryblossom Cafe
Younes Sabouh - Tandem
The Annual Harvest Dinner at the Carrboro Farmers' Market has become a cherished tradition. It is a night that brings together chefs, market farmers, and our community for an incredibly delicious locally sourced meal in Town Commons. We are excited to host our 5th Annual Harvest Dinner in Carrboro Town Commons on Thursday, September 15th.
The event will feature hearty potluck-style dishes from many of the area's finest chefs including, Andrew Moore of Venable Bistro, Isaiah Allen of The Eddy Pub, Kevin Callaghan of ACME, Brendan Cox of Oakleaf, Sera Cuni of the Root Cellar and many more.
Steel String Brewery, Fair Game Beverage Co. and James Creek Ciderhouse will host the pre-dinner cocktail social at Town Commons, giving folks some extra time to enjoy great company and purchase local beverages!
The drink social hour will begin at 6:15pm followed by a buffet style dinner. There will be a special performance by Lizzy Ross Band before dinner!
Tickets for the potluck meal are $65 when purchased before September 13th. All proceeds from the dinner will go right back to the Market! You can buy tickets online HERE or at the Market Welcome Booth.
A special thanks to The Splinter Group for their marketing and design support, Orange County Solid Waste Management for support in making this a trash free event, and to Laser Image Printing & Marketing for their generous printing support.