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"Festive Gathering in the Woods with Gourmet Grub, Music, Cocktails and More"


Come and enjoy great food and conversation, live music, lawn games, and a relaxed vibe around the fire pit in the rustic, wonderful Mendocino County countryside.


Food and Wine

The Chef's Table, hosted by Good Earth Kitchen, is an Open-Air Feast featuring sun-grown and peak-fresh seasonal menu items and delicacies from local farmers, ranchers and artisans.  We set up the Long Table outside on over 2 acres in the beautiful Mendocino County countryside, just outside the town of Willits (address provided with your confirmation email).


A four-course dinner, prepared by Chef Leslie Williams, will be served family-style and paired with a selection of wines from local wineries. There will be lots of bits and bobs and intermezzos throughout.  Sweet treats to follow.



Tamar Distillery

We'll sample cocktails made with spirits from Mendocino County's own Tamar Distillery combined with fruit and herb "shrubs" hand-crafted by Good Earth Kitchen.

Live Music

Black Suzie, a.k.a Rose Holcome, will play a variety of acoustic instruments and perform soul-stirring songs that combine folk, gospel and cajun influences to create a unique musical experience the should not be missed.

6:00 pm, Welcome

6:30 pm, Music

7:00 pm, Dinner

8:30 to midnight, Mix, music and mingle

The Fine Print

Seating is limited to 36 guests.  Adults only, age 21+.  No pets allowed.

This event requires a minimum of 15 attendees.  If we don't reach the minimum number of attendees at least 48 hours before the event, Good Earth Kitchen reserves the right to cancel the event, and tickets will be fully refunded.  


If you decide to cancel your reservation the following rules will apply:  If we receive written notice of your cancellation 7 days or more prior to the event you will be fully refunded.  If we receive written notice of your cancellation less than 7 days before the event no refund will be issued.  Email Good Earth Kitchen at

A portion of the proceeds from the Chef's Table dinner series will be donated to Parkinson's research. Because we have got to find a cure for this debilitating disease.


What to Bring

The night sky is big and dark up here. Bring your headlamp and a great stargazing app!

What to Wear

The event is outside on grass, some gravel, and country roads. "Fancy" footwear is not recommended.  

Summer days up here can be quite warm and evenings a bit chilly. A wrap or light jacket is recommended after sunset. 

Where to Stay

Onsite cabin (sleeps 2) and "comfy-camping" tents available (4 beds). For details and to reserve, click here.

For nearby AirBnB and hotels, click here.

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