On Thursday, October 30 at 6:30 p.m., come out to Brooks for dinner and a movie!
We will be screening the award-winning film, Tableland. It swept the 2008 New York Food Film Festival and tells the story of a dining revolution.
From Canadian orchards to the inner city gardens of Chicago, small-scale farmers are growing delicious, seasonal foods. Filmmaker Craig Noble makes the case to eat local, and encounters people from all walks of life along the way. Tableland shows us the necessity of a fresher, healthier way of feeding ourselves.
See a trailer of the film here:
After the film screening, we will have a special dinner, served family-style in the Brushmark Restaurant. Locally-produced foods dominate the menu, specially prepared by Chef Wally Joe and Chef de Cuisine Andrew Adams for a unique and eco-delicious experience.
Purchase tickets online or call 901.544.6208 for reservations.