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Little Bites: Farm to Table Feast with Smith Rock Views

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avor an outdoor feast sitting at a table on the DD Ranch farm while taking in the stunning expansive views of the Terrebonne countryside and Smith Rock National Park. The six-course fall harvest menu, from Chef Nick Ragazzo of the Blackened Dragon food truck, includes roasted corn bisque, seared beef short ribs, cumin roasted lamb shoulder and so much more.



Wine, beer and specially paired craft cocktails will be available for purchase, and the evening includes wagon rides from Farmer Jeff and music from the musical duo Second Son. Gluten-free and vegetarian meals are available upon request.

Sat. Sept. 16

5 – 9pm 3836 NE Smith Rock Way, Terrebonne
$60 for Locavore members / $65 for non-members

Tickets available at CentralOregonLocavore.org


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Lisa Sipe

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