DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Feb 16, 2019-
Feb 16, 2019
04:00PM - 07:30PM
Slide Ranch Farm-to-Table Experience - February 16
A farm-to-table experience with a delicious in-house, chef-created, 5-course meal featuring organic ingredients sourced from our gardens or nearby.
Marin,
Slide Ranch, 2025 Shoreline Highway, Muir Beach
Event Description


Enjoy a farm-to-table experience at Slide Ranch with a delicious 5-course meal. We harvest bountiful produce from our gardens and source local and organic ingredients, bringing you the freshness of our gardens to the table.

Tour our farm outside San Francisco - 25 minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge - and learn about our sustainable living and educational programs.

Learn firsthand how Slide Ranch makes the most of our fertile land on our gorgeous 134 acres of agricultural scenery next to the Pacific Ocean.

Visit our goats, sheep, chickens, ducks and bees - and if you are lucky, spot some whales!

Our Farm-To-Table Experiences are fundraisers that benefit the Slide Ranch Scholarship Fund. Pricing is per seat. Children may attend but we do not offer special pricing.

Inquire at development@slideranch.org if you are interested in hosting a private group!
 * Team building workshops
 * Date nights, birthdays
 * Girl\\\'s night out, bridal parties and other special events

$85 per person (tax included), BYO wine - All proceeds go toward Slide Ranch programs

$85 per person, BYO wine/beer.

Presented by Slide Ranch.

Fee: $85.00

Contact Information
Name: Maika Llorens Gulati     Email: events@slideranch.org
Phone: 415-717-7410

 

 

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