Taste local flavor at Thursday's Farm-Haus pop-up dinner

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New local biz Farm-Haus is part of the wave of companies offering convenience with a conscience. It’s meant to help out on those days when you just don’t feel like cooking, much less shopping for food, but you’re not willing to give up your ideals of fresh, healthy, locavore eating. Just check the weekly menu, place your order if you like what’s up that day, and choose a delivery window between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. for your fresh-cooked meal. (You can even add a few chocolate-chip cookies for dessert.)

They’ve been moving along for a few months, but as part of their official launch the owners want to show off their flavors, hence this pop-up dinner at East End Market. The three-course, family-style menu will highlight local summer flavors and produce. If, after you taste their work, you find yourself clicking on the Farm-Haus site more often than dialing for Domino’s, don’t be surprised. Tickets are going fast, so don't sleep if you're into it.



Farm-Haus Pop Up Dinner: Summer Feast
6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 11 | East End Market, 3201 Corrine Drive | farm-haus.com | $60

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