Berry Good Food’s signature dinner, “Seeds for the Future”—an unforgettable event with San Diego and Baja’s sustainable culinary community of chefs, farmers, fishermen, winemakers, distillers, and brewers—has returned after a two-year hiatus. Proceeds from the nonprofit organization’s dinner will help fund its annual school garden grants. Since 2017, Berry Good Food has awarded more than $50,000 in grants to 23 schools and educational organizations with garden projects that enhance the teaching of agriculture and healthy eating in our shared bioregion of San Diego and northern Baja.
New this year, Berry Good Food is expanding the scope of “Seeds for the Future” by offering three uniquely styled dinners in three different locations around San Diego as a Summer Series.
The second dinner takes place on July 9th, dine under the stars in the courtyard of the Institute of Contemporary Art in Encinitas while savoring an exceptional wood-fired menu from Animae executive chef Tara Monsod and Herb & Wood executive chef Carlos Anthony. The multi-course, family-style presentation will be enhanced with paired tasters from Westward Whiskey, in addition to a signature cocktail, and other delicious libations like Champagne, wine, and beer. Tickets for the July 9th dinner are $185 and available here (https://seeds-july9.eventbrite.com).