True Farm to Table Dinner

Date Feb 18 2023
Time 6:30-10:30PM
Cost: $200.00

Join us for a unique celebration of beloved Michigan establishments that truly embody "Farm to Table": Coriander of Detroit, Farm Club of Traverse City, and Pennyroyal Provisions of Saugatuck, as well as our long-time favorite, Mawby Sparkling and bigLITTLE Wines of Suttons Bay. We're thrilled to bring together the chef and farm teams from each restaurant for a truly special collaboration that highlights the creative flow between the farm and the table.

**Please note that we are not able to accommodate dietary restrictions for this event**

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The evening will begin with a conversation, moderated by celebrated Michigan writer Alex Beggs, with a member of each restaurant's farm team about eating locally in all four seasons, the joys and challenges of year-around food production in the northern Midwest, and what it means for a farm to be so closely connected to the restaurant it supplies.

Following the discussion will be a multi-course meal with individual courses contributed by each chef collaborator and highlighting produce from their farm.

Coriander Kitchen & Farm: Coriander partners Gwen Meyer and Allison Heeres pride themselves on creating casual and thoughtful local food with ingredients grown on their acre of remediated soil. Coriander Farm grows quality herbs, vegetables, and flowers with organic methods in the heart of Detroit, highlighting the vibrancy of that city's urban food production.

Farm Club: Farm Club is a farm, restaurant, brewery, bakery, and marketplace that serves as a gathering place to celebrate land, food, and community in Leelanau County. The Theisen and Jonas families created Farm Club with intentionality and purpose to build a stronger connection between people and place, which starts with the inextricable connection between their kitchen, their brew tanks, and their fields.

Pennyroyal Café & Provisions: Pennyroyal Café & Provisions in Saugatuck is the result of the combined culinary, pastry, and horticultural backgrounds of its team. Together, farmer Ryan Beck and chef Melissa Corey highlight the bounty of West Michigan through their tastefully-prepared seasonal dishes inspired by what is grown on their farm.

Mawby Vineyards & Winery: Northern Michigan's oldest vintner, Larry Mawby set out to create the finest traditional method sparkling wines while showcasing the land on which the grapes are grown. Brothers Mike and Pete Laing carry on that tradition, with Mawby receiving acclaim as one of the top Michigan wineries and embodying the fact that every glass of wine is an agricultural product and tied to the work of their fruit growers. bigLITTLE Wines is a side project for Mike and Pete, highlighting table wines from Leelanau County.

Alex Beggs: Alex is an award-winning freelance writer contributor based in Ann Arbor. As a regular contributor to at Bon Appétit, the New York Times, Vogue, Vanity Fair, and Taste, Alex works to celebrate unique food producers around the country but especially in her home state.

**Please note that we are not able to accommodate dietary restrictions for this event**

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Getting to Granor Farm

Farm Store & Farm
3480 Warren Woods Road
Three Oaks, MI 49128

Greenhouse & School House
3520 Warren Woods Road
Three Oaks, MI 49128


Downtown Three Oaks: Three Oaks Rd. (north) to Warren Woods Rd.

St. Joseph & Chicago: I-94 Exit 6 (Union Pier)

New Buffalo: Red Arrow Highway (north) to Warren Woods Rd.

Niles: Highway 12 West to Pardee Rd. to Warren Woods Rd.

We are located 7 miles east of Red Arrow Highway or 3 miles north of Highway 12 on Warren Woods Road, between Log Cabin Road and Pardee Road.

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Map to Granor Farm

Events , What's happening on the farm this season

There’s a bunch of great reasons to visit the farm all year round, from our annual Seedling Sale, to visiting the Farm Store, to participating in our CSA or Farm Camp programs. And coming later this year, we hope to return to hosting dinners on the farm.

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