Want a little disco with your dinner? On Monday, January 14, chef Sonya Cote brings a new twist to the farm-to-table dining concept with Farm to Disco at Swan Dive, an event benefiting the Sustainable Food Center.
Cote, chef of Hillside Farmacy and The Homegrown Revival, will be serving up an all-local menu inspired by the disco era. And in true ‘70s fashion, Monday’s dinner will be served in the form of a fondue party, featuring a variety of local meats, cheeses, veggies and breads for your dipping pleasure.
Price of the ticket includes an all-you-can-eat fondue party, two Dripping Springs Vodka cocktails and three hours of dancing.
Along with the local fare, DJ Chino Casino will be spinning tunes from the glittery glory days of disco in a setting where disco attire — and dancing — will be highly encouraged. (You are dining at Swan Dive, after all.)
Tickets to the event are still available, and proceeds will benefit the Capital Campaign of Sustainable Food Center. “For almost 40 years, we have been Sustainable Food Center without a center,” states the organization’s website.
“SFC’s leadership in our community is growing as we promote community health and prevent diet-related disease by breaking down barriers to fresh, nutritious, affordable food and supporting local family farms.” The Capital Campaign will create a lasting, sustainable home for SFC as it continues its mission of promoting community health.
Cote’s Farm to Disco at Swan Dive takes place Monday, January 14 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are available for $45 per person. Price of the ticket includes an all-you-can-eat fondue party, two Dripping Springs Vodka cocktails and three hours of dancing.
Sounds like a feel-good way to warm up on a cold winter’s night.