Kula Farm to Table Dinner
July 31 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$70
Interfaith Neighbors invites you to enjoy an evening of fine dining in the midst of the Kula Urban Farm gardens. Come out and enjoy great company and a fabulous meal in support of the Kula Cafe and Kula Urban Farm programs.
The Kula Cafe and Kula Urban Farm are both businesses and social programs, offering paid on-the-job training to adults from Asbury Park’s west side community. Both the Kula Cafe and Kula Urban Farm are not-for-profit enterprises owned and operated by Interfaith Neighbors, Inc. All revenue generated by these businesses directly supports their respective training programs.
Bring your favorite bottle of wine and enjoy a true farm to table dinner experience at this special evening – the menu for this event exclusively uses greens and herbs grown on the Kula Urban Farm, harvested by Kula Farm trainees and served by Kula Cafe Hospitality training participants!
Tickets are $70 per person and can be purchased here.
This event is BYOB.
Freshly made Strawberry Mint Lemonade
With mint and strawberries grown at Kula Urban Farm.
Jersey Corn Rounds
Drizzled with roasted Kula garlic and herb butter, topped with blistered peppers.
Composed Potato Salad
Kula greens topped with red, white and blue potatoes, crumbled bacon, farm fresh eggs, roasted walking onions and Swiss chard stems fresh from Kula Farm. Served with a traditional creamy dressing.
Peach BBQ Pulled Chicken
Pulled chicken in a homemade peach barbecue sauce served over loaded cornbread. Paired with farm fresh coleslaw and baked Kula heirloom beans.
Salted Caramel Ice Cream
Served in a cinnamon tuille bowl.
Organizer of Interfaith Neighbors’ Kula Farm to Table Dinner
Kula Cafe and Kula Urban Farm are social enterprises operating on Asbury Park’s west side. The Kula Cafe is a functioning eatery that offers paid restaurant industry job training to young adults in the local community. Participants learn to serve, cook, clean and everything in between and are provided with job placement assistance at the completion of their training.
The Kula Urban Farm, located directly behind the cafe, is a job training opportunity for adults of all ages. The farm grows fresh produce all year long in a hightech, hydroponic greenhouse. The fresh greens are used in the Kula Cafe menu offerings and are sold to many restaurants on the east side of Asbury Park.
Both the Kula Cafe and Kula Urban Farm are not-for-profit enterprises owned and operated by Interfaith Neighbors, Inc. All revenue generated by these businesses directly supports their respective training programs. Thank you for your support!
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