The Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation & Slow Food East End
proudly present the 7th annual
Participating Chefs, Restaurants and Artisanal Purveyors (click here)
Chefs & Restaurants
- Jeri Woodhouse, A Taste of the North Fork
- Aldo Maiorana, Aldo’s Coffee Co.
- Cheryl Stair, Art of Eating
- Sam McCleland, Bell & Anchor
- Debbie Geppert, Bostwick’s Clambake & Catering
- Bradley Thompson, Breadzilla
- Brian Szostak, Bridgehampton Inn Restaurant
- Jeff Trujillo, Dark Horse Restaurant
- Jeremy Blutstein, East by Northeast
- Colin Ambrose, Estia’s Little Kitchen
- Brendan Davison, Good Water Farms
- Jennilee Morris, Grace & Grit
- Joseph Realmuto & Rachel Flatley, Honest Man Restaurant Group
- Nick & Toni’s, La Fondita
- Rowdy Hall, Townline BBQ
- Matt Ketchum, Ketchum’s Seafarm
- Carolyn Iannone, Love Lane Kitchen
- Mike Doall & Mike Martinsen, Montauk Shellfish Co.
- Noah Schwartz, Noah’s
- Claudia Fleming, North Fork Table & Inn
- Taylor Knapp, Paw Paw Pop Up
- Bobby Abrams, Red Bar / Little Red / Red Catering
- Shawn Christman, The Sea Bean Natural Foods Co.
Wineries, Breweries, Beverage Purveyors & More
- Channing Daughters
- Harmless Harvest
- Jack’s Stir Brew
- Lieb Cellars
- Martha Clara Vineyards
- Montauk Brewing Co.
- Palmer Vineyards
- Sag Harbor Florists
- Southampton Publick House
Join us on April 2nd for an evening of
Celebration honoring the legacy of Joshua Levine and supporting The Edible School Garden program on the East End
Josh Levine believed that children should have the opportunity to experience first-hand what real food is, where it comes from, and how to grow it.
He lived his truth by farming the land and raising his family on the East End, a community that values the natural connection between food and farming. In the past six years, under the auspices of The Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation and Slow Food East End, Josh’s passion for educating children about sustainable farming, healthy eating and lifestyle continues to take root and flourish.
“A Moveable Feast”
“A Moveable Feast” not only celebrates the legacy of Joshua Levine and supports Edible School Gardens, it is the kick-off of the spring season and the waking up of the earth and our community after a long winter. Everyone is ready for a great party with exceptional food and drink, along with music that will get you up on to your feet.
You’ll have the opportunity to meet and chat with some of the East End’s best chefs and beverage purveyors, while moving from station to station and feasting on their latest culinary creations, which may include veggies grown in our very own school gardens! It is the best of the East End…. all in one place! Lastly, but not least, there is the silent auction featuring items donated from local farms, fishermen, restaurants, vineyards and merchants on the East End and beyond.
NOTE: Online Ticket Sales Are Strongly Recommended
Tickets sold at the door will incur a $25 per ticket surcharge. The cost for Slow Food members and their guests at the door will be $125 per ticket. Ticket prices for non-members at the door will be $175 per ticket.
Your Hosts: The Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation & Slow Food East End
Date: Sunday April 2nd, 2016
Time: 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Location: Dodds & Eder Landscape Design Showroom, 11 Bridge Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963
Tickets: $100 per person for members of Slow Food; $150 per person for non-members. Members will receive a one-time savings of $25 when two or more tickets are purchased. Click here to join and enjoy membership benefits all year long.
Special Educators Pricing: A special block of tickets will be made available to teachers and administrators who are part of the Edible School Garden Group of the East End. Educators may purchase tickets at the member price of $100 per person. In order to take advantage of this special pricing, you must provide the name of your school district and the name of your garden representative or Master Farmer. Limit of two tickets per purchaser.
Sponsor a Farmer, Fisherman or Forager: $100 per sponsorship. Your donation will allow us to invite some of the folks who grow, catch, hunt or gather our food. It’s a great opportunity to show your appreciation to the people who provide us with such magnificent local food.
Thank you for your continued generosity and support. We hope you can join us on April 2nd for a wonderful evening of food, drink and community.
Thank you Dodds & Eder for generously donating the venue again this year!