Dine out, do good and feel great at Urban Harvest’s drive-in take on its annual fall Sunday Supper fundraiser at the popular new Moonstruck Drive-In in the East End on Sunday, November 8, 2020.
The delicious, chef-driven dinner features a four-course meal, with each individual course designed and prepared by local chefs, with ingredients source from the Urban Harvest Farmers Market.
The meal will be paired with a drive-in screening of the heartwarming and inspiring documentary film, The Biggest Little Farm (2019).
Tickets include dinner for four people, created by chefs Chris Shepherd and Nick Fine of UB Hospitality, Chef Austin Waiter of Tony’s, chefs Becca and Jason Kerr of Little Kitchen HTX, and Chef Elaine Won of Dumpling Haus.
The Drive-In Sunday Supper event will start at 5pm with drive thru food pick up on site, then guests will choose their parking spot for the 6:30pm movie screening.
All proceeds will support Urban Harvest and its farmers market vendors.
Sunday Supper Four Course Dinner
- First Course – Taquitos with Tatemó’s handmade corn tortillas from UB Hospitality.
- Second Course – Legendary dumplings from Dumpling Haus.
- Third Course – Grits made from Harvest Grain Mills organic rice, grown in Winnie, from Austin Waiter of Tony’s.
- Fourth Course – Movie treats: popcorn and Shenanigans, an addictive and spicy riff on trail mix, from Little Kitchen HTX.
The Biggest Little Farm
This powerful, deeply personal, and award-winning documentary follows a couple through their successes and failures as they work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles. Over the years, the desolate land they purchase begins to thrive and its transformed.
About Urban Harvest
Founded in 1994, Urban Harvest has garnered a well-deserved reputation as a leader in the local food movement by adhering to clear and simple values and a focused mission.
With the formation of a community garden in the Fourth Ward more than 30 years ago, founders realized that the simple act of growing food brought neighbors together to share recipes and seeds, to solve problems about crime and blight, and to eat and celebrate together.
This led to the formal founding of Urban Harvest, which has since cultivated communities of gardeners, educators, farmers and neighbors to launch thriving gardens and farmers markets, including Houston’s very popular weekly Saturday morning Urban Harvest Farmers Market.
Social Distancing & COVID-19 Precautions
Attendees will remain in their cars throughout the presentation, with a special program set-up for using the restrooms. Face masks are required at all times when outside of vehicles.
Businesses in Houston have opened under modified protocols, following guidelines administered by local health officials, the State of Texas and CDC. At this time, guidance from experts urges people to continue wearing face masks when in public spaces, practice social distancing of at least six feet, limit your touching of surfaces and frequently use hand sanitizer or soap and water to keep your hands clean.
Before heading out, take time to familiarize with your destination’s requirements or restrictions at this moment, and be sure to contact them ahead of time with any questions or concerns.
Urban Harvest’s Drive-In Sunday Supper & Movie at Moonstruck Drive-In
- Date: Sunday, November 8, 2020
- Time: 5pm to 9pm
- Location: The Moonstruck Drive-In at East River, 100 Bringhurst Street, Houston, TX 77020
- Admission: Tickets are $300 per car and include food for four, water, and movie screening; Premier lounge seating is $1,500 for six people or $3,000 for eight people, including outdoor, socially distanced premier lounge style seating with exclusive snacks, swag bags, and mocktails. Click here to order tickets or for more information.
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