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Update: Island to Table fundraiser in Patchogue is sold out

Outdoor 'Island to Table' event being planned for Patchogue Village

Update: Tickets for this event are sold out.

Island to Table is rain or shine.


Original post: There are still tickets available for Sunday’s six-course outdoor dining experience Island to Table, taking place within the New Village apartments complex in the heart of Patchogue Village.

Island to Table will feature five local chefs cooking with local products.

To whet the appetite, we’ve decided to share out our truly amazing menu ahead of time, along with a complete list of our generous sponsors, supporters and participating restaurants.

Visit Patchogue.com and scroll down once you’re there, or call 631-207-1000 for tickets.

Aside from raising money for local sustainability projects through Homegrown Change, the event seeks to raise awareness about Long Island’s local food sources, from the land and water.

Greaterpatchogue.com is the official media sponsor.

Representatives from Camelot Party Rentals, New Village at PatchogueBlue Point Brewing Company, St. Joseph’s College, Toast Coffee & Tea Trading Company and the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce helped in volunteer hours, donations and discounts to help make this event possible.

The Suffolk County Department of Economic Development & Planning also played a tremendous role in this event. Click here to see more coverage, including our chef profiles.

The above photo was shot in Jonesborough, Tenn., which hosts a huge outdoor farm-to-table dinner each year on its Main Street. (Credit: Amanda Churchill/Woven Creative Studios)

visit the Camelot Party Rentals website to start planning your own event!

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About the author: Michael White

Michael White is a Bellport resident, longtime newspaper reporter and editor, and the owner of greaterpatchogue.com. Email him your story ideas or tips: mike@greaterpatchogue.com