Wild Foraged Dinner on a Sausalito Houseboat Thursday 7/16

Get tickets at brownpapertickets.com

The Wild Kitchen is a rambling dinner of wild foraged food. What does that mean? Wild means uncultivated. Human hands have never touched this food until the day of its harvest. Natural, sustainable, delicious. We respect the ingredients and feel that wild food does not mean bland food. Each course focuses on several local, sustainably harvested wild foraged ingredients. and this weeks menu is….

Wild foraged Escargot
Wild Fennel Pesto
Handmade Gnocchi
Salad of Sauteed Wild Radish Seed Pods
Nasturtium flowers and Local Greens
Wild Nettle Soup
Cowgirl Creamery Creme Fraiche
Porcini and Pecorino
Stuffed Monterey squid
Bacon Bread Pudding
Foraged Plum Syrup

How it works:

The meal costs $50, and is 6 courses. Tickets are very limited and can be purchased at brownpapertickets.com.

There are 3 types of tickets you can buy for this dinner. They are all on the same day/time/location, but are different seating areas:

1. Roofdeck: This is outside on the deck of the houseboat. Communal tables, meeting your neighbors and enjoying great food together.

2. Chefs Table: This is downstairs near the kitchen, if you want to see the action, pick this.SOLD OUT

3. Date Night: There are only two of these tickets. You’ll have your own private deck downstairs for some alone time.SOLD OUT

We realize that Sausalito is not too accessible for city folk. If you need help getting there let us know, and we’ll try to arrange some carpools.

The exact location will be sent out the day before the dinner

We don’t serve alcohol, but you’re welcome to bring your own : Bonus if you bring enough to share.

Because we use the freshest wild foraged ingredients, sometimes the menu changes, but we’ll let you know before the dinner.

If you have restaurant experience and want to help out (about 4pm-11 day of) in exchange for dinner, let us know, we could always use help.


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