Farm.Butcher.Table will be taking over the Long Room and the Sidecar kitchen this Sunday, January 24th and will be serving a delicious brunch to help you stave off the cold. They will be serving up sweet Spanish sausage patties with tortilla Espanola and Hungarian sausage with potato pierogi (all made with mangalista hogs raised on their family farm).
When – Sunday, January 24th 11am to 5pm
Where – The Long Room – 1612 W Irving Park Rd.
There are no tickets so feel free to stop in when you can and help Farm.Butcher.Table start the year off strong.
Your attendance and donation helps them meet their mission to support local charities and our communities through unique dining experiences.
The Long Room will also be donating 25% of bar sales to the cause, so come thirsty!
We are excited to announce that the talented Big Sadie will be joining Farm.Butcher.Table to provide live bluegrass, old-time and early country while you enjoy your meal.
Farm.Butcher.Table is a non-profit based here in Chicago whose mission is:
“To Support Local Charities and Our Communities Through Unique Dining Experiences”
Each year Farm.Butcher.Table picks two local charities (one here in Chicago and one in Iowa) where they try to advance their mission by increasing fund raising and awareness via their culinary events. Last year they worked with Growing Home in Englewood and the Howard Center in Iowa (the Howard Center works with mentally challenged adults).
Since the founders of Farm.Butcher.Table love food, and in particular pork, 7 years ago they began raising their own mangalitsa hogs on their family farm in Iowa. This has allowed them to learn and practice the raising, slaughtering and butchering of these delicious pigs and then use that product in their events in both Iowa and Chicago.
Farm.Butcher.Table holds events in Chicago all year long which have included Lula Cafe, The Radler and Rev Brew’s Tap Room but the year culminates with a 3 day Pork, Music and Bourbon festival for 100 lucky guests at the farm in Iowa.