Feast Among the Flowers in the Shadow of California’s Capitol Building
Imagine dining on the lawn of California’s state Capitol at tables adorned with the hundreds of flower varieties grown throughout the Golden State. For just the second time ever, we’re inviting guests to Sacramento on June 12, 2019, to dine in the shadow of Capitol building during California Grown Flowers Month.
Your dinner experience will include a feast for the eyes thanks to the innovative tablescapes featuring farm-fresh flowers designed by a renowned American floral designer.
You’ll also enjoy a multi-course artisan meal paired with wine, craft beer and a flower-themed cocktail as you dine alongside flower aficionados, farmers and policymakers while learning about the value of buying and supporting Certified American Grown Flowers.
At this unique venue, guests will see a sampling of the enormous variety of flowers and foliage grown up and down the state of California. Get an up-close experience with more flowers than you’ve ever seen in one place before and meet with the farmers who grew them. Then dine at a sprawling banquet table and rub elbows with the VIPs who make California’s $320 million flower industry a reality.
Tour the Capitol
Would you like to have a personally guided tour of the Capitol by one of California’s leading agriculture lawyers? Join George Soares of Kahn, Soares and Conway for an hour-long tour of the Capitol through the eyes of one of California’s leading agriculture experts. Beginning at 3:30 pm, learn about the building, its history and the issues that have been won and lost by agriculture over the years.
Add the tour at checkout!
You don’t want to miss this unique stop on the Field to Vase Dinner Tour where you’ll see firsthand the diverse and amazing flower varieties farmers are nurturing statewide.
There are just 150 seats at the table and they will sell out months in advance, so reserve your seat today!