Long tables in the countryside without walls: the traveling restaurant that disappears every night

The traveling restaurant without walls is rebuilt every morning and disappears every night to reach new destinations in different countries of the world, including Italy.

Author: Clara Salzano
A standout table in the field

A dinner in the vineyards, a picnic in the countryside, a snack on the farm, are experiences that many seek today and that are often also used to celebrate weddings or luxury events. 23 years ago he was probably alone Featured in the field organize culinary experiences unforgettable experience in panoramic open spaces around the world. IT IS since 1999 that it itinerant restaurant without walls brings all different people to join famous chefs and producers for a meal out of the ordinary.

Highlight in the field in the fields
Highlight in the field in the fields

Each table tells the story of a place with Outstanding in the Field’s top customers directly to the manufacturerwhether with a long table in the fields, in the orchards or by the sea, by a farmer, a craftsman or a shepherd: “Our focus – explains the founder Jim Denevan – is to reconnect customers to the land, celebrating the working hands that nourish us“The mobile restaurant without walls is a kind of culinary caravan that started right on Jim’s brother’s farm in 1999.

Highlight in the field on the farm
Highlight in the field on the farm

Outstanding in the Field is rebuilt every morning and disappears every night. Different destinations are always chosen and if at the beginning the event only covered the United States of America, today the itinerant restaurant without walls has reached more than sixteen countries in the worldincluding also Italywith tables set in vineyards, piers, lawns, city streets, farms and beaches.

Excellent in the producer field
Excellent in the producer field

O price for a place in Outstanding in the Field depends many factorsthe place, the chef who will cook, etc. and wanders around the 300 euros on average. Part of the income from the events goes to organizations that support agriculture, food and education.

Source: Fan Page IT

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