Heirloom Tomato Festival


Come celebrate August’s favorite harvest, the heirloom tomato, with live music, a salsa making contest and a special chef’s tasting menu at Terrain’s Heirloom Tomato Festival. The event takes place on Saturday, August 17th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The chef’s special tasting menu will be served that evening in the dining room.

The festival includes a marketplace featuring Terrain’s favorite local vendors and specially crafted American-made goods. Enjoy carved, edible tomato centerpieces while listening to live music from singer/songwriter Chris Bruni. Learn about heirloom tomato history from tomato expert Tim Mountz while feasting on delicious tomato treats including sun dried tomatoes and McClure’s Bloody Marys.

Heirloom Tomato Festival [Terrain]

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  • Food Yee

    This place is cool, But way overpriced. I have had Lunch and dinner there. Lunch is Blah and overpriced. My husband and I had the chefs tasting a month ago….It was fantastic. Although after the four awesome savory courses dessert fell flat. Anyway if you go take lots of $$$$ and try to avoid the tall manager, he was very awkward and unsure of himself. Every time he passed our table he scuffed his feet.

  • Jethro Clampett

    i hope this is to call attention to richard haynes fantastic taste! I vote a new tomato cultivar be named “Dick” in his honor.