The Heavy Table is pleased to announce the 16th edition of the North Coast Nosh, the Upper Midwest’s premiere sip-and-sample with local purveyors of artisanal food and drink. We’ll be co-producing the March 29 event with our partners at the Wedge Community Co-op and Linden Hills Co-op at the Food Building in Northeast Minneapolis.
The event runs from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tickets are $36 plus taxes and fees and include all the local cheese, artisan meat, craft beer, and more that you care to sample. There will also be a special bread-focused class at Baker’s Field (in the Food Building) from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tickets for the Nosh + bread class are $56 plus taxes and fees. We have space for 20 attendees at the class.
NOTE: We’d originally planned to do an early Nosh session, from 4:30-6:30pm. That session has been cancelled and guests with tickets will be refunded.
The Nosh will be at the Food Building (1401 Marshall St NE) on the evening of Thursday, March 29.
If there were a physical embodiment of the North Coast Nosh ethos — scratch food prepared with care, an emphasis on process, a serious focus on quality — it would be the Food Building. The Food Building’s tenants, including Red Table Meat Company, Baker’s Field Flour and Bread, and The Draft Horse, are what we consider models of the future of Upper Midwestern food, and we’re excited to have them join us for this event.
In addition to sampling craft beer, cheese, meat, and many other foods, you will be able to join in conversation with the purveyors who create the food and drink. (Guests must be 21 years of age or older.) We keep our purveyor-to-attendee ratio low so that you’ll have plenty of time to connect with vendors and other attendees. We are planning to have 20-30 purveyors present at the Nosh, all local to the Upper Midwest.
Please visit Brown Paper Tickets and get your tickets today.
Vendors confirmed thus far include:
Baker’s Field Flour & Bread
Caves of Faribault
Fair State Brewing Cooperative
Freak Flag Foods
Isabel Street Heat
Kiss My Cabbage
Red Table Meat
Rise Bagel Co.
Sociable Cider Werks
St. Croix Chocolate Company
Thousand Hills Cattle Co.
Tree Fort Soda
Wedge and Linden Hills Co-ops
Curious why, given the event is in NE Minneapolis, our own East Side Co-Op is not part of this event. Seems like a missed opportunity.
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