Thursday, May 26, 2011

Why Landmark Feast?

Upper West Siders have always loved to eat.  And, more and more, we love to eat local!  Thanks to the brilliant chefs who have made a home here among us, our plates are deliciously full of the best ingredients from the finest farmers and food artisans in the world, producing within arm's reach of this neighborhood.

Delicious "keftedes" meatballs, generously provided by
Chef Michael Psilakis of Kefi and Fishtag Restaurants at our
kick-off cocktail party.  Click for more photos!
On Sunday, September 25, 2011—just one long, hot and (please god after all this rain) bountiful summer away—Upper West Siders will gather together…at one long communal table…al fresco under the stars, in the glow of candlelight…on the Arthur Ross Terrace at the American Museum of Natural History…for a celebration of all things local.  The first-ever Landmark Feast!  And who among us hasn't fantasized about having dinner with our honorary event chair, Ruth Reichl?!

Landmark Feast has struck a chord with so many of us because it embodies life's essentials - beauty, quality of life, sustenance, sustainability, people, place, planet.

So, reserve your seat at the table and start thinking about the people you want to break bread and raise a glass with on September 25!  Tickets are going fast...

See you in September!

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