to Table Dinners
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Harvestville Farm is excited to announce this year’s Farm to Table Dinners for the 2020 season! Each Farm to Table Dinner will feature fresh produce picked straight from our garden, along with locally grown fruits, vegetables, and meats prepared by area chefs within our regional community. Seasonal menus are chosen as collaborations between each chef and our farm to enhance our guest's dining experience through incredible flavors, textures, and vibrant color presentations. Farm to Table Dinners are a wonderful way to have a truly authentic dining experience set within Southeast Iowa's beautiful countryside. Each dinner consists of a five course meal, along with a beautiful atmosphere, great conversation and wonderful music. Menus are announced within a few weeks of each dinner via email to reserved guests as the menu is dependent on what is available in our garden at the time of each dinner. Each Table holds 6 guests. NEW this season - Special Wine Pairing Dinner in April featuring Wine Specialists, Daniel Katalinich with Southern Glazers Wine and Spirits!
Dinners & Farm Events
2020 Farm to Table
Saturday, April 18 at 6pm - Special Wine Pairing Dinner with Wine Specialists Daniel Katalinich, Southern Glazers Wine and Spirits – Dinner Chef - Shawn Foehring, Private Chef, Quincy, Illinois - Pastry Chef - Dawn Kappelman, Dawn’s Couture Cakes, Bloomfield, Iowa - Five Course Meal with Wine Pairings at each course - Cost is $80 per person
Sunday, May 10 at 11am - Mother's Day Brunch - Shawn Foehring - Private Chef, Quincy, Illinois - Cost is $30 person and $10 per child (10 and under)
Saturday, May 16 at 6pm - Chef - Brandon De Jaynes, The Convenient Chef, Quincy, Illinois - Cost is $60 per person
Saturday, June 6 at 6pm - Chef - Dan Knowles, Former Executive Chef at Devotay, Iowa City, Iowa - Cost is $60 per person
Saturday, June 20 at 6pm - Dinner on 7th Street - Chef - Hitomi Wendorf, The Simple Table, Fort Madison, Iowa - Cost is $70 per person
Please Note: This meal will take place on 7th Street in Historic Downtown Fort Madison -
between The Simple Table and Harvestville Farm Mercantile
- Rain Location - Harvestville Farm
A portion of the proceeds of the Downtown Dinner will benefit the Fort Madison Food Pantry
Saturday, July 11 at 6pm - Chef - Crystal Hartman, Wine Cellar & Bistro, Columbia, MO - Cost is $60 per person
Saturday, July 25th at 6pm - Chef - Chis Grebner, Walker Homestead, Iowa City, Iowa - Cost is $60 per person
Saturday, August 15 at 6pm - Chef - Gaby Weir Vera, Private Chef, Columbia, MO - Cost is $60 per person
Please Read the Following Instructions
Below Before Securing a Reservation
Reservations for any of the above Farm to Table Dinners will be made available beginning Tuesday, March 10 at 7pm by clicking on the link below. Reservations are secured on a first come, first serve basis. Once reservations are made through Eventbrite, each guest who made the reservation(s), will be contacted via phone, within two weeks from the time the reservation was made for a credit card number to fully secure the Farm to Table Dinner reservation(s). The credit card number will be used only to hold the reservation(s). Payment will be required in FULL the night of each Farm to Table Dinner attended.
Cancellations must be made two weeks prior to each Farm to Table Dinner in order to avoid being charged. Cancellations made within the two week time frame will be charged 1/2 amount of your total reservation amount. Cancellations within 1 week of the event will incure the full cost of your reservations being charged to your credit card.
Our Farm to Table Dinners are limited to 60 guests in order to maintain an intimate dining experience. Our Farm to Table Dinner held in Downtown Fort Madison on June 20 is open to 100 guests.
Please Note: Dress Attire for our Farm to Table Dinners is evening casual. Our Barn is not air conditioned so please dress appropriate for warmer conditions, however, the barn always gets a nice breeze each evening. Fans are placed throughout the barn on warmer evenings to keep the air moving.