Just as the tomato season is peaking, Tiny Diner will host an event to promote saving heirloom seeds. The diminutive cafe which serves sustainable, ethically-sourced fare is surrounded by lush gardens and a patio topped with solar panels. Leading by example, it hopes to engage the community to help preserve varieties of fruits and vegetables for future generations.
The Seed Savers party will gather at the diner on August 31st from noon to 4 p.m. rain or shine. Alongside their respective seeds, yellow cherry, beefsteaks, and more tomatoes will be available for tasting.
Additionally, chef T.J. Rawitzer and his crew will grill up sweet corn slathered in basil butter, gazpacho of melon and cucumber, plus freshly made mozzarella. There will be live music along with several seed saving workshops.
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