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Thursday, 10 July 2014 07:00

Totally Local VC Dinner At The…Olivas Adobe

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This past June 20th Kat Merrick's Totally Local VC held their Annual Dinner at the ...Dinner series at the Olivas Adobe. Gabrielle Moes of Seasons Catering was the chef for this magical evening under the magnolia trees and drinks were featured from Four Brix Winery, Surf Brewery and Beacon Coffee. At $135.00 per person, it was well worth the price and what a great concept, everything totally local and so very delectable.Jim Martin 23

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The Totally Local VCDinner At The…  Dinner Series has been getting to the root of great taste since 2011. Our innovative dining events marry iconic Ventura County locations with some of the area’s top-line chefs, preparing seasonal selections harvested from the region’s most celebrated farms.
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 The series is structured in three successive events, all-revolving around seasonal, local fare. Every aspect of the evening – from cuisine to libation to music, entertainment and decor – derives from local auspices and is indicative of and in keeping with the incredible bounty that is Ventura County, the wellspring that serves as Totally Local VC’s veritable raison d’être.
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The 2nd dinner in the series is schedule for Thursday, August 28th, at the Vista which is set in one of the County’s premier iconic locations, sit back and enjoy an amazing meal and enjoy the wonderful  views. The 3rd and final in the series for 2014 is Thursday October 9th, at the Pumpkin Patch with history, hayrides and dinner smack dab in the middle of McGrath Brothers Pumpkin Patch. Learn about this amazing farm with its 100-year-old barn and a home designed by world-renowned architect Albert C. Martin. For more information and to purchase tickets please visit www.totallylocalvc.com
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Photo Credit: Denise Dewire Photography & Jim Martin  www.jmshots.com

 

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