Celebrate One of the Longest Days of the Year Dining on a Farm in the Heart of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park


For more than a year, Kelli Hanley Potts has been hosting enchanting farm-to-table experiences as part of the Cleveland Field Kitchen pop-up dinner series. Previous events included a Winter Solstice Dinner at Look About Lodge in the South Chagrin Metroparks and another in an artist’s loft at the Artcraft Building.

The next one, slated for June 25th, will take place at Greenfield Berry Farm in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Like all the others, it goes well beyond a delicious meal under the stars in the great outdoors.

“I design these dinners to be a gathering of food, design and inspiration – from the people we partner with telling their story, the surrounding landscape and table design, to the food and drink pairings,” Hanley Potts explains. “We aim to give our guests a special dining experience.”

Guests can expect not only an elaborate meal – a four-course feast of farm-fresh foods with wine pairings – but also an opportunity to learn about life and work on the Greenfield Berry Farm, in the heart of a National Park. The free-flowing gatherings can last for four hours, a celebration of one of the longest days of the year.

The event begins at 6:30 p.m. and costs $95 per person.

If you can’t make this event – or get shut out due to demand – the Cleveland Field Kitchen will be hosting additional events on Sunday, July 17th at a private residence in Euclid and on Saturday, August 20th at Shaker Lakes Nature Center. Two additional autumn events will be announced soon.

All of these pop-up dinners are open to the public while seats remain.

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