Araxi Longtable Series at North Arm Farms in Pemberton
Pemberton gives locals and visitors unparalleled access to fresh local produce through its many locally-sourced restaurants and events. August is a wonderful time to hit the Pemberton Farmers Market or check out one of the many great food events, like the Araxi Long Table Dinner at North Arm Farm.
Who's ready for one of BC's most exciting al fresco dining experiences? You can live and taste the delicious farm-to-table experience with the popular Araxi Longtable Series. This August 19, 2018, the long table dinner returns to North Arm Farm for another beautiful meal under Mount Currie. Enjoy a four-course dinner created by renowned Araxi Whistler chefs, James Walt and Quang Dang. The meal will be excellently paired with wines from the top British Columbia vineyards.
Chef Walt and Chef Dang and their talented crew will be serving up organic produce straight from North Arm Farms vegetable garden. The event is an opportunity for Araxi to showcase the fantastic farms where Chef Walt picks his produce, as well as a glimpse into where your food comes from.
The Araxi Longtable at North Arm Farm is a very popular event so make sure you get your tickets quickly!
Pemberton Farmers Market
You can bring home some fresh local produce or goodies from the Pemberton Farmers Market. Every Friday until October 26, 2018, you can get your hands on all sorts of greats things. Typical items at the farmers market include; fresh produce, pies, bread, cookies, treats, trinkets, gifts, jewellery, art, jams, pickled foods, locally produced spirits, and much more. Learn more about the Pemberton Farmers Market.
Slow Food Cycle
One of Pemberton's staple events revolves around farms and fresh food. The Pemberton Slow Food Cycle lets you peddle your way up the beautiful Pemberton Valley, stopping at farms and vendors along the way. This popular event is back once again on August 19, 2018, so maybe you can end your cycle with an Araxi Longtable Dinner. Connect with fellow cyclers and the local farming community along the lovely trip up the valley. You can find out more about the Pemberton Slow Food Cycle on our previous blog post!
Posted: Thursday, August 02, 2018