Harvest Home to Host 4th Annual Savor the Season in New York City on May 19

Support the mission of bettering local communities' health with this event at The Museum of the City of New York
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Credit: The Museum of the City of New York  

Join Harvest Home in celebration of 21 years helping New York City communities in need.

What's better than a smörgåsbord featuring the best food and drink that the Upper West and East Side of New York City has to offer? Feasting on all the goodness, while also contributing to Harvest Home’s mission of providing healthy, farm-fresh food to communities city wide that need it most.

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Harvest Home Farmers Market will be hosting its fourth annual Savor the Season Uptown at The Museum of the City of New York on May 19 at 7:30 p.m. This popular night out puts the spotlight on the ongoing mission of improving the health and prosperity of local communities through an increasing network of farmers markets and other healthy eating and lifestyle programs.

Tickets can be purchased here.

This event is described as being “Designed as a 'walking tour' of some of the best restaurants above 96th Street, guests will sample the signature dishes, beverages and desserts of some of Uptown's most outstanding chefs, for one night, all under the same roof!” With partners that include Settepani, Levain Bakery, Serafina, and Community Food & Juice, this night of delicious food and quality company is one you're going to want to attend.

Launched in 1993, Harvest Home operates markets in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Mt. Vernon. This event is a celebration of its accomplishments in helping communities in need, as well as a thank you to those who have continually supported and worked with Harvest Home to make each community happier and healthier.

“Savor the Season: Uptown reflects Harvest Home’s attitudes toward food and nutrition,” said CEO Maritza Owens. “It’s a tasting tour of our favorite eating establishments north of 96th Street all in one place, reflecting the cultures of the neighborhoods where we have our markets at the Museum of the City of NY.”

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