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Dine Out Farmer Market Week Aug 4 - 10, 2019

Hosted at participating restaurants in Marin
August 4, 2019 to August 10, 2019

Please join the Agricultural Institute of Marin (AIM) and 20 restaurant partners in celebrating National Farmers Market Week. All week long or on selected days, each restaurant will feature a farmers-market inspired menu or a highlighted dish with the freshest local ingredients from AIM’s farmers markets or California farms.

Dine Out Farmers Market Week features local restaurants that highlight the bounty from the Bay Area and California farms by using fresh and seasonal ingredients.

The week of August 4 – 10 is National Farmers Market week and the Agricultural Institute of Marin (AIM) is celebrating with a group of restaurants who source locally produced food and shop the farmers market each week. Over the past decade, Bay Area chefs have redefined what “fresh” means when it comes to cooking ingredients.

Freshness means the time since a product was harvested, where and how it was grown and how far the ingredients have traveled. Chef’s share their passion of using high-quality ingredients by supporting local agriculture, purchasing directly from the farmer. In addition to produce, the farmers market also offers products from local ranches, dairies, and poultry farmers, offering fresh, humanely raised meats, cheeses, milk and eggs.

During Dine Out Farmers Market Week, selected Bay Area restaurants will feature a farmers-market inspired menu or a featured menu item highlighting local ingredients. Click here for the schedule with specific dates and meal times.

WHAT: 20 leading Bay Area restaurants feature a farmers-market inspired menu

WHEN: August 4 – 10, 2019

WHERE: Hosted on-site at participating restaurants

Anaviv’s Table

Left Bank

Rich Table

Commons Club

Marche Aux Fleurs

Sand Dollar

Daily Driver

Mission Pie


Dillon Beach Coastal Kitchen


Tacos Cala


Osteria Divino

The Farmer’s Wife


Petaluma Pie Co.

Waterbar Restaurant

Lazy Bear

A portion of sales from each restaurant will support AIM’s Diggin’ Education programs, where we inspire the next generation about healthy eating and sustainable agriculture at the market, in the classroom, and on the farm. Additionally, proceeds will support AIM’s new “Help-a-Farmer” Fund providing financial support to small family farmers and ranchers who must miss a market due to severe weather, illness, or emergencies.

For more information and complete schedule, visit

Organization: AIM

Contact Phone: 415.472.6100

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