Day by day the farmer secures the harvest for the year. And in the copse the rustle of leaves whisper, "Listen...Autumn is near!"
BEFORE THE UBIQUITY OF YEAR-ROUND GROCERY STORE FOOD, autumn was the season of food. The "Feasting Season" began with the safe caching of the harvest. Fruits, nuts, legumes, grains, tubers, root vegetables, and fatted animals of farm and forest all made their way to the table,
In this time-honed spirit, we gather the treasure of the waning days of summer to your table for a once-a-year "Menu for an Indian Summer."
Experience and taste the unadulterated essence of this region, with all of the night's foods and wines harvested from the grand sweep of the great Pacific Northwest.
Don’t put it off. The years shall run like rabbits.*