Pop-Up Dinner. Limited Tickets. Get Some.
On a farm. Smack dab in the middle of the city.
Here’s the thing about restaurants:
No matter how five-starred the service or Michelin-starred the eats, every dining establishment has one thing in common.
This one isn’t.
It’s in a field under a late-summer sunset.
Tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. They will sell out very, very quickly.
Picture this: Evening summer light. You and a date on an urban farm with deluxe skyline views. Front and center: a communal table stacked with fellow diners and hyper-local eats cooked up by great hometown chefs.
Like Homestead on the Roof’s Chris Teixeria, who’s in contention for the 2015 James Beard Rising Star award. He’s locked in for the August 12th gathering. The next day, it’ll be Jared Wentworth and the Longman & Eagle kitchen, fresh off their fifth Michelin star in five years.
If you miss the boat, OTIF’s next stop is Seedling Farm in South Haven, Michigan. Under a two-hour drive away, and the mighty chef Abe Colon of Fat Rice will be presiding.
So, use those top dollars and grab a seat.
You certainly have reason to.
Photo Credit: Ilana Freddye