Fairy and Gnomes at GROW Restaurant
About This Event
A passion and committment for community, the local economy and the power of great good to bring people together Fred and Michele Bialek opened Grow. Fred is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. He has a rare talent for combining flavors to create food that is out of this world! Put a pile of odds and ends i
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Fun, Food and Friends! Join us for a different kind of ‘night out”. Bring your creativity, friends and love of food to Plant Nite where a plant professional/party host guides you as you create your very own terrarium. Feeling creative? Create your own design! Come with a friend or a large group, a date or a family member. Guests are free to arrive to the restaurant early and have dinner or dine during the event. Arriving early allows you to reserve your table and place your drink and food order without missing a thing. Large groups are encouraged to arrive early to secure seating. Be prepared to spend 1.5 hours laughing, drinking and flexing your “green thumb”. No gardening experience necessary . . . we provide the instruction and all the supplies, all you have to worry about is having a great time.
Please note: All food & beverages are available for purchase for the venue and are not included in the ticket price. Outside food and drinks are not allowed. No BYOB. Events are for adults 21 and over.
Succulent plants and decorations may vary based on availability; however, we promise your table top garden will still look fabulous!
Note: We do not provide boxes for transporting your terrarium. Feel free to bring a box or bag for safe travels!
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ngredients in front of him and he’ll make magic. Grow’s Head Chef Alberto Felix brings an amazing international flair that beautifully compliments Fred’s comfort food offerings. But at Grow…it’s about more than just delicious food. Grow sources as many ingredients as possible from local farms and other small businesses. So — you’re not only getting the highest quality and healthiest food — you’re building the strength of your own community.