Join us for our monthly plant-based supper club at Topsoil Kitchen and Market with our guest Chef John Buck, 2019 James Beard Semifinalist
Thanks to our warm community of farmers, culinary enthusiasts, and plant-based supporters we are excited to invite you all to our first Topsoil Supper Club Plant Based Dinner. Our monthly offering will be five plant based courses, prepared by Chef Adam Cook of Topsoil Kitchen and Market, with an optional three wine pairing add on.
Topsoil began as an idea we had based upon the positive effects that a more plant based diet has had in our lives, and we are thankful for the opportunity to share it with you. None of us are completely vegan or vegetarian, but we are trying to incorporate more plant based meals into our routines. Our goal is to help others do the same, and these dinners are our way of sharing in this journey with you all. Everything on the menu will be plant based, and sourced directly from our local farmers or our farm. We are looking forward to building upon this collectively and plan to host a new dinner on the second Wednesday of every month. We cannot wait to share the table with you all!
Your safety is our highest concern and we seat you with your group only. Plenty of outdoor seating is available on our covered decks. Indoor seating is also available and tables are spaced accordingingly, staff is in masks and and taking every precaution to ensure a safe dining experience for you.
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