Dinner in the Field

2014 Dinner in the Field tickets are now available!

Slow Food Baton Rouge's 4th Annual Dinner in the Field will be held

Sunday, April 6, 2014 from 3:00 PM to 8:30 PM at Afton Villa Gardens in Saint Francisville, Louisiana.

Tickets (single or table) are available for purchase NOW!

Click  HERE to purchase your ticket today.

The date is set, tickets are on sale, and we look forward to seeing you there! This DIF features to be the best yet, with courses from Elton and Randi Hyndman of Nino’s Italian, Eric Arceneaux of City Club, James and Lina Jacobs of Magpie cafe, Scott Varnedoe of Restaurant IPO, John Breaux, and others. Art will be on sale, and you can enjoy fine music and fine dining around the beautiful West Feliciana estate.

The Dinner in the Field is the only farm to table event of its kind in the Baton Rouge area where local chefs, their staff, and others volunteer their time to offer a 6-course dinner focused on local, farm-fresh ingredients in an intimate outdoor setting.  Come and enjoy fine music and fine dining around the beautiful West Feliciana estate. Best of all, proceeds enable all the other programming Slow Food BR provides throughout the year.



The 2013 Dinner in the Field was a great success! Thank you to everyone who bought tickets.

Look for info on our 2014 event coming the Fall.

We would also like to extend a huge thank you to the supporters, chefs, and partner farmers who made the event possible:

Chef Jason and Caryn Roland of Heirloom Cuisine, The McClendon Family, Winifred and Kevin Reilly Fund, Louisiana Delta Service Corps, Dubinsky Photography, McKowen Farm, Louisiana Area Sustainable Stock Society, Yardbird Farm, Feliciana’s Best Creamery, Port Hudson Organics, Juban's Restaurant, Iverstine Family Farms, Chappapeela Farms, Inglewood Organic Farm, Glaser’s Farm, Mon Jardin Farm, Belle Ecorce Farm, Ryal’s Goat Dairy, Rabbitman Farm, Two Run Farms, Anna Marie Shrimp, Fletcher Farm, Morrow Farm, Forte Grove Artisan Bread, Fekete Farm, Plantation Pecan, Bocage Honey, M.J. Barrios Citrus, Magpie Café, Felixville Organics, “Double J” Fishing Crew, Tin Roof Brewing, B&B Stafftenders, Elevator Art Project, and many others.



Thank you to everyone that supported, sponsored, and participated in Slow Food Baton Rouge’s Second Annual Farm Tour and Dinner in the Field.  

Here is the menu from last year's dinner: