Carrot Gold Progressive Dinner is October 17

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Experience farm to table in Kansas City style when you join KC Healthy Kids for our first ever progressive dinner on Tuesday, October 17. The adventure features three separate routes for course tastings with our Carrot Gold partners. Then, everyone meets up on the rooftop of the Fontaine for drinks and dessert. Come hang out with fellow farm to table foodies and get to know Carrot Gold and the power of a robust farm to table network.

Carrot Gold Progressive Dinner
October 17, 2017
Location: Three routes starting in
JoCo, The Westside & River Market
All routes end at the rooftop of the Fontaine on the Country Club Plaza (901 West 48th Place)

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In the spirit of progressive dinners where different courses are prepared and shared at different homes, this progressive dinner will take you on a tour of some of Kansas City’s finest farm to table restaurants.

The routes are:
Johnson County: Renee Kelly’s Harvest >> Jax Fish House & Oyster Bar >> The Fontaine
The Westside: Blue Bird Bistro >> The Rieger >> The Fontaine
River Market: The Farmhouse >> Howard’s KC >> The Fontaine

Plan about 45 minutes for your first & second stops  (6:00 – 8:00 p.m.)
Then enjoy the rooftop of The Fontaine on the Country Club Plaza from 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.!  

Which route will you take?
We know it’s a tough decision but don’t worry, we’ll pick your route for you. That’s part of the adventure! Get your tickets today and we’ll let you know your route on October 15.

Need more reasons to come along? Here are 3:

  1. When you eat local, you support our schools and provide jobs, and that helps keeps KC vibrant.
  2. Our Carrot Gold partners will love to see you on a Tuesday night when traffic is typically light.
  3. Get out of your routine and try something new. We bet you’ll find a new favorite.

Carrot Gold grows the demand for local food and keeps farmers farming. It’s a network of restaurants and institutions that are setting the standard for local food purchasing, sustainable kitchen practices and healthy menu options. The growing list of partners includes restaurants, schools, corporate cafeterias, government facilities, grocery stores, value-added producers, food trucks.  

Questions? Contact Alicia Ellingsworth: aellingsworth@kchealthykids.org or 913-313-8456

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