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Local Harvest dinners showcase Buy Fresh Buy Local partners with unique, celebratory events featuring local food and drink.

Each Local Harvest event is a fundraiser for REAP's Buy Fresh Buy Local program and allows participants to interact directly with their chefs and some of the producers behind their meal. Chefs work closely with REAP staff to source new local ingredients, bringing you creative, delicious menus!

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Upcoming Local Harvest Events

REAP promo fbHeirloom Tomato Dinner - August 25

Buy Fresh Buy Local partner The Coopers Tavern is throwing a three-course farm-to-table dinner celebrating fresh, local heirloom tomatoes - the bounty of summer! Each course will feature a One Barrel Brewing beer pairing. Proceeds benefit REAP's Buy Fresh Buy Local program.

SALAD Local heirloom tomatoes, olive oil, fresh herbs, walnuts, honey, and Landmark Creamery Petit Nuage sheep's milk cheese PAIRED WITH Bilbo Baggins Black IPA
MAIN Coffee-rubbed short rib, roasted watermelon and tomato, tomato vinaigrette, and blue cheese PAIRED WITH Commuter Kolsch
DESSERT Salted chocolate tart with tomato jam PAIRED WITH a blueberry sour

Monday, August 25 - 6 p.m.
The Coopers Tavern, 20 W. Mifflin

$50/person - purchase tickets at The Coopers Tavern or by calling the restaurant at 608.256.1600

SEE THE EVENT POSTER >>

Harvest_logoCider Farm Dinner - October 26

Join Buy Fresh Buy Local partner Harvest for a dinner celebrating The Cider Farm in Mineral Point, WI. Owners Deirdre and John have convered their farm to an organic cider apple orchard over the last 10 years, and also raise hogs and chickens. A portion of proceeds benefit REAP's Buy Fresh Buy Local program.

Sunday, October 26 - 6 p.m.
Harvest, 21 N. Pinckney

$65/person - purchase tickets by calling the restaurant at 608.255.6075
See more information as it becomes available at the Harvest website

Photos from Past Local Harvest Events

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