The 'Check Please!' Farm To Table Festival Is Coming To Michigan

Jul 30, 2013 11:02 am

Midwestern restaurants join a big party on Sept. 1

Chefs from two states will convene at a farm in Southwest Michigan on September 1.
Chefs from two states will convene at a farm in Southwest Michigan on September 1.
 

Emmy award-winning – and Food Republic favorite – weekly Chicago restaurant television show Check Please! has curated a stellar lineup for their second annual Farm To Table Festival, which features 20 chefs partying on a working farm in Southwest Michigan.

The event takes place on Sunday, September 1  at the Round Barn Winery in Baroda – driving distance from Chicago, Indianapolis and Detroit – and will pair chefs with family-owned Michigan farmers and local beverage and boutique food artisans. There will be outdoor cooking demonstrations, gourmet tasting samples and meet-and-greets with acclaimed chefs.

In conjunction, over 20 wineries and breweries will setup pouring samples. The tented celebrations will last from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. For more information and to purchase tickets, which are $95.40 (half price for children), visit the festival’s website.

Some of the restaurants participating include:
Pleasant House Bakery
Hopleaf
Soe Cafe
Reds on the River
Café des Architectes
The Peasantry
David's Delicatessen & Coffee
La Sirena Clandestina
Small Bar Division
Owen & Engine
Three Aces
MK
The Ideal Place
Local
Nana
Food Dance
Bistro on the Boulevard
Browntrout

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