Harvest Moon Hosts Farm-to-Table Dinner
July 19 from 6 to 9 p.m
The Overlook at Harvest Moon Farm
Harvest Moon Farm and Orchard of North Salem, purveyor of farm-fresh apples, produce, eggs, grass-fed meat and locally famous cider donuts, will host its first farm-to-table dinner July 19 from 6 to 9 p.m. The dinner will take place at The Overlook, a stone patio situated at the highest point of the orchard.
A collaboration between the farm and renowned Westchester chefs and restaurateurs John and Paul Aversano, the event will feature unique seasonal offerings sourced from and inspired by ingredients grown on the farm, says Harvest Moon’s general manager, Christine Covino. “Our dinner unifies the talents of two local family establishments, highlighting what each does best—growing high-quality, farm-fresh food and artfully utilizing what is locally available,” she says.
The evening will begin with a bucolic wagon ride through the orchard up to The Overlook, where guests will be greeted with a glass of Hardscrabble Cider, pressed from the apples grown in the orchard. They can then enjoy cocktail hour with live music on the patio before being seated in an adjacent dining area, where they can watch the sunset over their farm-to-table dinner.
“We are thrilled to welcome the community to sample and enjoy what we do, where it all takes place—here on the farm,” Covino says.
Tickets are $150, not including Eventbrite processing fee, tax and gratuity. A beer and wine cash bar will be available, as well as complimentary Hardscrabble Cider throughout the evening. Purchase tickets at HMOrchard.com/FarmDinner. The rain date is July 20.