Field & Spoon Dinner at The Victoria Inn, August 18

Field & Spoon Dinner at The Victoria Inn
Seacoast Local
The Victoria Inn, 430 High St, Hampton, NH
Sunday, August 18, 2013
4:30 – 7:30 pm

Innkeeper Tracey Dewhurst is excited to host Seacoast Local’s summer Field & Spoon gourmet dinner on Sunday, Aug. 18, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the outdoor pavilion at The Victoria Inn in Hampton, N.H. Chef Brent Hazelbaker of 7th Settlement Brewery and the crew from Stages at One Washington are teaming up to craft a mid-summer culinary treat featuring fresh products from the farm and sea paired with seasonal offerings from the kitchens, breweries and distilleries of our region.

Gathering at the inn—originally built in the 1880s as part of the Leonia Resort—puts a new twist on the all-local dinner series. Tourism is the second largest industry in New Hampshire, and our dinner under the stars at the pavilion will highlight the important role of the Seacoast’s renowned hospitality industry in our farm-to-plate economy.

The evening begins with a cocktail hour and passed hors d’oeuvres at 4:30 p.m., with with lively acoustic music by the Bi-Polar Bears.  Everyone will gather for dinner at 5:30 p.m, when the chefs will personally present three courses in a seasonal menu crafted from the freshest ingredients and designed to bring out the best flavors at the peak of the summer harvest.

The dinner will be held rain or shine. The scene under the pavilion will be candle lit, featuring a mix of white linen and farm décor. Casual attire is recommended, and diners should come ready to enjoy the company of chef Brent Hazelbaker and innkeeper Tracey Dewhurst, and to connect with our farmers, fishermen and community members in support of Seacoast Local and a stronger local food economy.

Tickets are $65 each, all-inclusive. A table for eight is $440, a savings of $10 per seat, perfect for colleagues, a special family dinner, or a reunion of friends.

For more information: www.seacoastlocal.org

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