Farms is excited to be partnering with Chef Dale Lamb for our fifth
season of farm dinners. With a menu full of freshly harvested Ollin
Farms produce and other locally sourced ingredients, enjoyed right
on the farm alongside the beautiful cottonwoods of Left Hand Creek.
2014 September Farm Dinner Schedule
Saturday September 20th 5pm
The final dinner in this season's
series with Chef Dale Lamb
Do the meals
include a vegetarian option? Yes, all the meals
are served up buffet style with Chef Dale describing the ingredients
and preparation. There will be a variety of meat and vegetarian
dishes available at each dinner.
Guests are welcome to bring their own bottles
of wine to the farm dinners. Because of liquor license rules, we are
not able to provide or serve wine at our dinners but we will provide
glasses and openers so that guests over the age of 21 can bring and
enjoy their own wine.
What are the
menus like? The menus will
feature products from our farm and other local food and will change
each dinner depending on what is available at that time of season.
Entrees will typically be finalized and posted to the website two
days before the scheduled meal to allow for wine pairing.
does a typical dinner last?
Usually, the dinners
last around 2 hours.
What if I
have reservations and can't make it to the dinner? If something comes
up and you can not attend a scheduled dinner, please let us know at
least one day in advance of the dinner and we will make arrangements
to get your tickets transferred to another date. Sorry, no refunds
or transfers on day-of cancellations.
What is the
seating arrangement like?
Tables for the dinners are going to seat 18 or more people. One of
the goals of the dinners is to build community by bringing neighbors
together to enjoy a locally sourced meal. By arranging large tables,
we hope to provide guests the opportunity to meet new people while
enjoying the beautiful setting of our farm.
Do you offer private dinners
or events? Yes, see our
event page for
A message from the
On my way to the kitchen as I
pass the farm – I glance over and to my surprise, it’s alive &
transforming, fields are greening, trees are budding—rich soils are
being tilled, seeds being planted.
Every year this is the
announcement that tells the community it’s time to start planning
menus, events, special gatherings and putting people back to work!
I would like to thank the Ollin
Farms for giving me the opportunity to bring all this to the plate
for your enjoyment.
My staff and everyone at the farm
look forward to seeing friends, old and new, at our table.