The Eveleigh restaurant recently launched an exciting new "Sunday Supper" dining series that literally brings the farm to the table. The family-style dinners feature meat and produce direct from California farms as well as an educational component, with guests learning about the participating farm and farmers.
Past dinners have included a full seafood supper and presentation from Channel Islands Harbor fisherman Chris Williams and a pork supper from Devil's Gulch Ranch, which included a butchery lesson.
The series continues on Sunday, July 15 when The Eveleigh's Chef Jordan Toft and Bill Neiman of BN Ranch present a meal featuring California grass-fed beef. BN Ranch's cows graze on fresh grass along the California coast throughout the year. The seasonal, grass-fed beef is only available in the months of June through December.
The dinner will consist of various cuts from the farm's angus beef and will feature raw, braised and grilled techniques as well as primal cuts from the dry aged room. The dinner also features a butchery demonstration and an appertivo before the family-style feast.
The dinner is from 5-8 p.m. and is $55 per person. To reserve your seat, call 424-239-1630 or visit opentable.com/eveleigh. For more information about The Eveleigh's Sunday Suppers, visit TheEveleigh.com.
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