ALLocal Dinner at Granary Tavern with the Sustainable Business Network

  • Feb 26, 2013 · 7:00 PM

Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts hosts the first ALLocal Dinner of 2013 at Granary Tavern on Tuesday evening, February 26, 2013.

This is the 14th installment of the ALLocal Dinner Series.

Located at the end of Milk Street, in the lovingly restored Charles Bulfinch building constructed in 1816, this new restaurant offers an informal and welcoming atmosphere along with delicious gastronomic offerings. Executive Chef Keenan Langlois, whose credo, "Simple food cooked perfectly never goes out of style" brings years ofexperience cooking in some of Boston's most celebrated restaurants including Lumiere, Gaslight and Union Bar and Grill. Locavore's will relish Granary Tavern's emphasis on slow food principles, fresh local farmers market produce and dynamic presentations.

Granary's ALLocal Dinner menu features three courses made from locally sourced ingredients accompanied by suggested beer, wine and spirit pairings by local Cisco Brewers! Meat or vegetarian/vegan options available.

Here's a little sample of what's to come...
Apple and parsnip salad with arugula and Westfield Farm, MA goat cheese finished with apply cider vinaigrette, grilled skirt steak from Archer Angus Farms, ME...and a delicious dessert topped with Ben's Sugar Shack, NH handmade maple ice cream...YUM!


Location: Granary Tavern, 170 Milk Street, Boston, MA 02110  Location


Tuesday, February 26, 2013

6:00-6:30PM Registration and Networking, 6:30-8:00PM Dinner

Menu: A three-course meal with the option of meat or vegetarian/vegan menus.

Price: $55 for food and food gratuity (beverage and beverage gratuity not included)

10% discount for SBN Members.

Travel: Closest MBTA Stop: Aquarium T.  Street and garage parking.

Beneficiary: Boston Local Food Program

Registration: These events sell out quickly! Register now by clicking here!

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  • Isabelle

    Tomorrow is the 26th but the notice still says "no location, yet."

    February 25, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    This sounds great! Do we need to register in advance? I am assumingyes but just checking. The link about that says register now isn't working for me at the moment.

    February 20, 2013

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