With COVID-19’s effects on a lot of local businesses, the guys at Beekman 1802 are hoping to use their space to help.
Sharon Springs-based Beekman 1802, known nationally for their goat milk-based products, are looking to help local eateries that have been hurt by COVID-19. According to Saratoga Living, they intend to use their large farm to create the world’s largest restaurant.
To do that, Total Events has donated tables that will be socially distanced and each week, a new restaurant will take over the 60-acre farm for one night.
The idea first started on Facebook and has now grown to eager 518 foodies making reservations for a table at the Sharon Springs farm. According to the Times Union, the first dinner was Brimstone Bakery in Sharon Springs. The next three will be July 3, Black Cat Cafe of Sharon Springs; July 10, Miners Table of Herkimer; July 17, The Log House of Sharon Springs.
There are only five tables of two available and dinner will be $200 per table that includes the food and all beverages but tax and tips are extra. Tips will be donated to a local food bank or COVID-19 relief group. Reserve a table by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.