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Grow Local Eat Local

Date/Time

Oct 2, 2013
06:30 PM

Description

Grow Local, Eat Local…Little Plates, Big Results

Tickets are now available online for the 5th Annual Grow Local tasting event to benefit three of the Recipe for Success programs at the New Hampshire Food Bank.

This year we celebrate 10 years of leadership from our Executive Director, Melanie Gosselin, 10 years of hosting Cooking Matters, 5 years of the opening of our Culinary Job Training Program and 5 years of the opening of our Production Garden!

Join us for delicious tastes of the season by New Hampshire’s finest restaurants and chefs, roving entertainment and meeting local farmers. 

 

Participating Restaurants:

 

Local Eatery – Laconia, NH 

 

Republic – Manchester, NH 

 

Dyn – Manchester, NH

 

Martingale Wharf – Portsmouth, NH 

 

MT’s Local Kitchen & Wine Bar – Nashua, NH 

 

The Crust & Crumb Baking Company – Concord, NH 

 

The Common Man Inn & Spa – Plymouth, NH 

 

Cotton – Manchester, NH 

 

Bedford Village Inn – Bedford, NH 

 

Susty’s Cafe – Northwood, NH

 

Sugar Mama – Raymond, NH

 

O Steaks & Seafood – Concord, NH 

Cost

$55

Location

View map New Hampshire Food Bank
700 East Industrial Park Drive
Manchester, NH

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