8/18: Tomato Fest 2013: FSNYC’s Annual Celebration of the Tomato

 

What: Tomato-themed Cocktail Party

When: Sunday, August 18, 2013, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Where: The Green Table, Chelsea Market, 75 9th Avenue NYC 10011

Tickets: $50 – FSNYC members; $55 – non-FSNYC member; $75 ticket + annual membership (includes $5 discount). All proceeds benefit FSNYC.

Facebook: http://on.fb.me/11jOPnp

Twitter: #TomatoFest

 

Join Food Systems Network NYC for tomato-laced cocktails and tastes to honor the iconic food of the season!  Hosted by The Green Table with tomatoes brought to you by Greenmarket Co. Tomato tastes by The Green Table, Foragers Table, Runner and Stone, and Suenos NYC. Mixology by Rick Hickman of The Green Table and the beverage team at Parish Hall.  Spirits and libations provided by Greenhook Ginsmiths, Brooklyn Brewery, and…additional participants TBD! Space is limited so purchase tickets now!

 

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*FSNYC members will receive a discount code by email. If you are a FSNYC member and haven't received a discount code, contact caitlin@foodsystemsnyc.org.


About Food Systems Network NYC
Food Systems Network NYC (FSNYC) is a membership organization dedicated to fostering communication and cultivating collaboration amongst stakeholders to achieve a food system that provides healthful, safe, and sustainably and regionally produced food to all New Yorkers and treats food producers and workers fairly.  Our members and supporters include professionals, business owners, academics, students, advocates, and other individuals from community groups, not-for-profit organizations, and government agencies with interest and expertise in nutrition, hunger, health, urban and rural agriculture, and our regional farm and food economy.  FSNYC is fiscally sponsored by Fund for the City of New York, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. For more information, visit our website at http://www.foodsystemsnyc.org/ or e-mail us at info@foodsystemsnyc.org.

 

Hosts, Sponsors, & Partners

Brooklyn Brewery
http://brooklynbrewery.com

 

 

The Cleaver Co. & The Green Table
http://cleaverco.com
The Cleaver Co. is a full-service event planning and catering company dedicated to supporting a healthy, regional food and farm economy and providing sumptuous food, attentive service and exceptional event planning.  Founded 35 years ago by Mary Cleaver, one of the country’s foremost authorities on sustainable food and local sourcing, The Cleaver Co. – along with its restaurant The Green Table in Chelsea Market – is widely recognized for utilizing local farms and purveyors in order to obtain the best-quality product, and for supporting small to mid-size farms and family farmers.   Whether at a gala for 500 or a dinner for two at The Green Table, Mary’s long standing conviction – that the best foods are grown, tended and harvested within a day’s drive of your table – is always clear.

 

Foragers Table
http://foragerscitygrocer.com
Foragers brings clean and ethical food of the highest quality to our customers by shortening the distance between farm and fork. We believe that it is worth going the extra mile to find foods that are healthy for human, animal, and land. We do so by bringing in many local products on our own distribution truck that delivers the best of the Hudson Valley weekly. We also grow our own vegetables and raise laying hens for eggs at our market garden in upstate New York. Since we opened in 2005, we have found many incredible people and products! We are happy to share our discoveries with you in our grocer, wine shop and restaurant.

 

Greenhook Ginsmiths
http://greenhookgin.com

 

 

 

Greenmarket Co.
http://www.grownyc.org/greenmarketco
Greenmarket Co. is a wholesale distribution service offered by GrowNYC, designed to bring the freshest, highest-quality farm products to New York City’s wholesale buyers: we make locally produced foods available to more New Yorkers by delivering regionally produced foods to grocery stores, bodegas, restaurants, and other retail outlets throughout the city.

 

Parish Hall
http://parishhall.net
Parish Hall operates from the perspective that restaurants have an important role to play in our city, in the food system, in our culture. They’re fundamental parts of our social life, they compose a significant part of our economy, and they play a crucial role in our interaction with our environment. Parish Hall’s aim is to improve the soil in which we farm, improve the lives of the people we work with, make the experience of eating out transformative, and broaden access to good food for everyone.

 

Runner and Stone
http://runnerandstone.com/
Runner & Stone opened December 2012 as a neighborhood bakery, restaurant and bar.  We bake all of our bread and pastries in house, including naturally leavened breads and viennoisseries, using local whole grain flours, dairy and fruit.  Our lunch consists of salads, soups and sandwiches for dine-in or take away and feature house-prepared meats and fish on our signature breads.  Dinner focuses on seasonal vegetables and meats and includes a full range of house-made fresh pastas.  Runner & Stone also has a full bar, serving beer, wine and liquor.

 

Suenos NYC
http://suenosnyc.com
Sueños has grown to be one of New York’s favorite hideaways, offering a variety of fresh Mexican dishes, authentic Mexican décor, and stellar margaritas. At Sueños, chiles are celebrated with their own $50 prix-fixe tasting menu. Sueños reflects Sue Torres’ love and respect of all things Mexican.

 

Union Mezcal
http://www.mezcalunion.com/