Chef Kris Jakobs of Brasserie 1895 in Friendswood is preparing the five-course meal with wine pairings for the upcoming inaugural Farm & Vine, a Friendswood Harvest event Nov. 3.

Farm & Vine changes date due to weather

In News by Reporter NewsLeave a Comment

Chef Kris Jakobs of Brasserie 1895 in Friendswood is preparing the five-course meal with wine pairings for the upcoming inaugural Farm & Vine, a Friendswood Harvest event Nov. 3.

Chef Kris Jakobs of Brasserie 1895 in Friendswood is preparing the five-course meal with wine pairings for the upcoming inaugural Farm & Vine, a Friendswood Harvest event Nov. 3.

By KAROLYN GEPHART

Farm & Vine, a Friendswood Harvest, the interactive farm to table event under the stars is moving its date to Nov. 3. Same place, same time, same agenda.

The date change was due to weather, specifically rain.

“The weather conditions are not expected to improve until after Oct. 14 so truly this is the best and right decision for the sake of our guests’ experience,” event Chair Susan Asimakis said to her committee members to share with those who have bought tickets and those who want to do so.

The inaugural event will now be Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Farm on Winding Way. Farm owners Lee and Edwina Vidosh will open their gates to 200 people for a magical evening under the stars. A cocktail reception will be followed by a five course dinner by Chef Kris Jakob of Brasserie 1895. The afterparty will have music by popular band, Chicken and Waffles.

Farm & Vine, sponsored by Friends of Downtown Friendswood, is a fundraiser for a new mural in the downtown area of Friendswood. Guests at Farm & Vine will be the first to hear information about the mural and see a sketch of what will be created.

Tickets are $200 each and can be purchased at www.friendsofdowntownfriendswood.org.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Advertisements