Farm-to-Fork week in late September will be filled with food and wine tastings, education about the region's agricultural heritage and even a cattle drive down Capitol Mall. But the mother-of-all Farm-to-Fork events will be a gigantic dinner on the Tower Bridge on Sept. 29. A communal table for 500+ people is expected to run the length of the Tower Bridge, building a metaphoric bridge between Sacramento and Yolo counties, with 20 chefs expected to participate.
Details are still light about this dinner, but some chefs mentioned as possible participants include Patrick Mulvaney (Mulvaney's B&L), Adam Pechal (Tuli Bistro/Restaurant Thir13en), Oliver Ridgeway (Grange), Randall Selland (The Kitchen) and Molly Hawks (Hawks Restaurant).
Tickets go on sale July 1, though the price hasn't been announced yet. Click on the Farm-to-Fork Capital web page on July 1 to buy tickets, and also check in there periodically for updated info.