2015 Farm-to-Table Breakfast: Celebrate Our Local Food

October 24th is Food Day.

What is Food Day, you might ask? Food Day is a day set apart nationally that “inspires Americans to change their diets and our food policies [while working] toward a greener diet.” (foodday.org)

You can get involved in this celebration by eating a delicious, locally sourced Farm-to-Table Breakfast on October 23rd (the eve of food day) at Clementine Cafe. Now, that sounds like a pretty good way to celebrate.


(image source: downtownharrisonburg.org)

WHY //

To fill your stomach with scrumptious food and to support the Harrisonburg Farmers Market and SNAP Matching Fund

HOW //

Purchase tickets at the Friendly City Food Co-op, the Harrisonburg Farmers Market, or… get your tickets online here!


Friday, October 23rd, 7-8:30am


Clementine Cafe
153 S Main Street in downtown Harrisonburg


The delectable menu is as follows:

  • roasted butternut & goat cheese quiche
  • potato, onion, & kale hash
  • cornmeal buttermilk biscuit & sausage gravy
  • granola with honey infused cream
  • sweet potato pancakes
  • baked apples
  • apple butter
  • bread from Harrisonburg City Schools

WHO //

It’s put on by a joint effort of the Friendly City Food Co-op, Harrisonburg Farmers Market, Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance, Clementine Cafe, and Shenandoah Valley Buy Fresh Buy Local. And all the food will be prepared by Chef Matt Clancey.

If you don’t want to miss out on this event, get your tickets soon! This event can sell out quickly.

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Emily takes impressive photos, interviews interesting locals, and keeps things organized for Harrisonblog. She also works on special marketing projects, transaction management, and event management for The Harrisonburg Homes Team. Emily loves dogs, her friends and family, dancing, and getting outdoors.