Now In Season – Spring

Mustard Microgreens

Broccoli Microgreens Turnips
Sunflower Microgreens
Radish
Nasturtium Blossoms
Radish Microgreens

Kale
Free Range Eggs
Arugula Microgreens

Lettuce
Herbs
Red Russian Kale Microgreens

Carrots
Mixed Lettuce
Snow Pea Microgreens
Spinach 

 

WORKSHOPS

As part of our desire to educate our community about sustainable farming practices, we have designed a series of workshops to teach you the skills you need to farm, whether you’re headed to a career in agriculture or your own backyard.

VOLUNTEERING

We love having volunteers join us in our daily work of coaxing sprouts, wrangling hoses, and feeding chickens. Not only can the work be quicker and easier, we really enjoy meeting our customers, making farm friends, and having people with new perspectives jump into the midst. We often find that volunteers have a pretty good time too. Volunteering is a great way to enrich your relationship with your food.

What to Expect:
As a volunteer you be thrown right into the daily activities of the crew. Depending on the day and the season you may be asked to help harvest, weed, transplant, wash vegetables, pack orders, or partake in other tasks. There is always something to do on the farm. So overall, expect to be put to work! Also, expect to be put to work outside, regardless of the weather.

Since you will likely be asked to work outside, it is very important to wear clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty and that are suitable for the day’s weather conditions. It is often a good idea to wear layers, as the temperature tends to fluctuate throughout the day, depending on which area of the farm you are assigned to (i. e. greenhouse vs field work). Footwear is also something important to be considered. Please wear study work shoes. Flip-flops and other less durable shoes are not suitable for farm work (including fire ant attacks!). Some other items to bring include:

1.Sunscreen

2.Hat for the sun

3.Work gloves

4.A bottle of water

5.A sense of humor and a good attitude

We have two volunteer shifts each weekday (Monday- Friday). The first one starts at 8 am and goes through noon. The second shift start at 1pm and goes through 5pm. In order to give you the best experience possible and also to be fair to our time, we ask that you show up promptly at the beginning of your chosen shift. This allows us to thoroughly train you and answer any questions before we start on our own duties.

Please plan to commit at least 2 hours to your volunteer time. This allows us time to properly train you and explain the tasks as well as time for you to clean up and return tools at the end of your shift.

We enjoy a noon meal together each day, and we love it when our volunteers stay for this. It gives us time to get to know you better and talk about other things than farm work. (We promise we other interests than how to properly thin carrots. We’re actually quite well rounded people.) The meal is a potluck, so if you plan to attend, please bring a dish to share. We normally provide a big seasonal salad.

How to Start:
If you are interested in volunteering at the farm, please send an email at least 2 weeks in advance to cityroots@cityroots.org. Make the subject read “Volunteer Request” and address the following information:

1.Your name

2.The date (s) and you wish to volunteer, including which shift (8 am or 1pm)

3.Any physical concerns you think will affect your work

4.Any previous experience working on a farm

5.Any other questions you may have

After reviewing your email, we will try our best to quickly make arrangements for your visit. Though, please be patient with us, as we do not always have the time and resources to promptly respond. Thanks!

INTERNSHIPS

City Roots internships are for those individuals who are serious about farming. While no prior experience is required, genuine interest in sustainable farming and a willingness to learn are required. Those who are accepted as interns will be welcomed into the inner workings of the farm. In addition to daily chores and seasonal activities, the intern will be a part of all aspects of the farm, from field planning to sales and marketing to financial accounting. Only 5-7 internships are available each season. While the start and end dates are flexible, we require that each internship last at least 3 months and that interns commit to at least 20 hours a week on the farm. This allows for time to truly get to know each aspect of what we do and for genuine learning to take place. We will work with your school if you need academic credit for your internship. Unfortunately, we are not able to offer monetary compensation at this time, but we will pay you richly in experience and vegetables.

Getting to the Roots ~ Weekly Newsletter

This week at City Roots we have harvested:

Red Oak Leaf Lettuce, Red & Green Butter head Lettuce, Mixed Baby Leaf Lettuce, Arugula, Spinach,

Red Russian Kale, Lacinato Kale, Edible Nasturtium Blossoms and Microgreens!

This week City Roots will be attending:

Soda City Market
Saturday 4/19 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

 Seeds of Change Program

City Roots needs YOUR help to enhance our educational outreach! 
Vote here to help us earn a grant from the Seeds of Change Grant Program

Seeds of Change is awarding $190,000 in grants… with your help City Roots could be one of the recipients!!

At City Roots, our dream for the future is to create an outdoor classroom & kitchen to help educate our community about where their food comes from and how to cook and appreciate the incredibly nutritious & delicious benefits of local organic food. This grant could help us realize that dream and expand the educational potential of our operation.

Click here to vote for us (enter City Roots in the search box) and vote once per calendar day until April 21, 2014 when voting ends.

Farm to Table Event Co. 

Upcoming Events

Nose to Scale
Monday April 28th 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Alex Suaudom du Monde from Baan Sawan is back again to do a Nose to Scale dinner featuring wreckfish and bisonIf you were lucky enough to come last year you know Alex and friends put on one of the most talked about dinners of the year. It is a fan favorite.

Opening Cocktail
American Harvest Vodka mixed with Cannonborough Honey Basil Soda handcrafted in North Charleston finished with a splash of Royal Rose’s small batch flavored syrup.

Tom Jued Wun Sen Pla
City Root root vegetables and spinach simmered in SC wreckfish stock with clear bean thread noodles.

Aep Pla
SC Wreckfish wrapped in lemongrass and banana leaves, fire grilled, then unwrapped and served over a multi-kale jok (Thai “risotto”) and topped with yum-dressed City Root microgreens. Charred citrus and City Root radish quick pickle garnishes.

Carolina Bison Panang
72 hour sous vide grass fed bison finished by simmering in a mild panang curry. Served over a garlicky charred City Root turnip smash and garnished with whole heads of garlic roasted in Doko Farm bacon fat.

“Coffee and doughnuts”
Thai-rish coffee Jell-O shots and platters of Thai Coffee doughnut holes with a Thai Coffee glaze.

Cinco de Mayo Harvest Dinner
Monday May 5th 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Stay tuned for the full menu!

Click here for tickets to all our Farm to Table events!


Indie Grits Film Festival Announces Full 2014 Festival Lineup

of Montreal” to headline Indie Grits 2014 Music

Indie Grits Film Festival, the Southeast’s premier film and culture festival for DIY media-makers in Columbia, S.C., which will take place April 11-20, 2014, announces a full lineup of unique films, cultural happenings, concerts and foodie events to engage a variety of audiences.

 The eighth annual Indie Grits, hosted by the Nickelodeon Theatre, South Carolina’s oldest art- house cinema located on Main Street in South Carolina’s capital city, will feature 10 days of the best DIY short, experimental, animated and student film, music, food and outside-the-box artistic performances from South Carolina and the Southeast. For the second time, Indie Grits has been named one of MovieMaker magazine’s Top 20 Coolest Film Festivals in the World.

To attend check out Indie Grits for tickets!

Sundays at City Roots with Matthew Kipp

We are pleased to announce a new series of short workshops for the beginning gardener to held at City Roots (1005 Airport Blvd Columbia, SC 29205)

Getting Started Composting
Sunday May 11th 2:00 – 3:30 pm

Wild Edible Plant Walk
Sunday May 25th 2:00 – 3:30 pm

To signup for these & other workshops, please visit matthewkip.com
Have a question or need more info? Please contact sustainablesouth@hotmail.com

This Earth Day, April 22nd, 6-8pm
Join local watershed organizations for good food, wine and a silent auction.

Gills Creek, Rocky Branch and Smith Branch watershed associations at Columbia’s Senate’s End to celebrate our vision for the streams and rivers that we have pledged to preserve!  Enjoy food from local restaurants, wines from around the world and great deals at the silent auction from local donors. Make a toast to Earth Day from the deck overlooking the Congaree River, and support healthy waterways!

Wine for Water will benefit the watershed associations, environmental non-profits dedicated to restoring the Midlands’ watersheds through education, grassroots action, and public and private partnerships.

Wine for Water tickets available here!

Click here for This Month’s Southern Vistas Landscape and Garden Center Newsletter: The Latest Dirt 

Working on designing your own garden? Check out Southern Vistas Garden Center around the corner from City Roots (Commerce Dr).

From master planning to complete construction documents, the award-winning team at Southern Vistas can turn your ideas into a gracious outdoor environment. With our seamless design-construct-install approach, and a sharp eye for detail, we ensure the highest level of workmanship through every phase of your project. Our experienced team is ready to provide the complete package from grading, site preparation, irrigation and plantings to stonework, lighting and construction of pergolas, patios, and even water features.

Do you enjoy specialty Beer and Wine??

Checkout our selection now sold on-site at City Roots

Monday-Friday 9 am – 5 pm

Saturdays 10 am – 2 pm

You can also order your own specialty wines by attending the Farm to Trunk event series…

For the next Farm to Trunk click here for tickets

 

Root to Tip: Vegetarian Harvest Dinner

           

 

Join us for our Farm to Table Harvest Dinner series at City Roots Farm featuring resident Chefs Kristian Niemi, Travis Rayle, & Gordon Langston of Rosso Trattoria and Bourbon Columbia

 Next Dinner:

Root to Tip: Vegetarian Harvest Dinner

Monday April 14, 2014
Cocktail Reception begins at 6:30 | Dinner served at 7:00 PM
Our first Vegetarian Harvest Dinner! Featuring Congaree Milling Company, dinner includes 4 courses paired with wine and an opening cocktail! Produce will be harvested from City Roots Farm and local surrounding farms.

American Harvest Reception Cocktail – Strawberry-Basil Shrub

Asparagus & Roasted Red Pepper Terrine w/Happy Cow Goat Cheese-Sorghum Molasses, Pink Peppercorns & City Roots Micro Greens

Smoked Zucchini & Fire Roasted Tomato Jam w/ Crispy Garlic Chips, Happy Cow Asiago Cheese & Aged 10 Year Balsamico

Wood-Grilled Eggplant, City Roots Honey, City Roots Kale & Bok Choy Salad with Tarragon-Sherry Vinaigrette, GA Olive Oil

Bear Creek Shiitake Mushroom Ragu over Congaree Milling Company’s Real Hominy Grits, Thomasville GA Asher Blue, City Roots Sunflower Sprouts

Lemon Mascarpone Tart with Balsamic Strawberries and City Roots Micro Basil

For Tickets and links to other upcoming Events: Root To Tip Dinner 

CFSA

Midlands Farm Tour Kickoff Dinner

Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm

Join us to kick off and benefit the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association 2nd annual Midlands Farm tour with a spectacular dinner featuring five Chefs from 3 of your favorite restaurants…
Chef Howard Stephens and Pastry Chef Charley Scruggs from The Oak Table, Chef Travis Rayle from Rosso Trattoria and Chef Gordon Langston from Bourbon Columbia as well as Chef Owner Kristian Niemi from Rosso and Bourbon.
Chefs will be pairing plates with beers from our newest brewery in tonw River Rat Brewery. The brewmaster will be speaking at the dinner as well as dining with you. Local farmers on the tour will be at the dinner and we will be showcasing thier products in each dish. Wine will be available for purchase if you are not a beer drinker.

The Menu:

1st Course:

prepared by Chef/Owner Kristian Niemi of Rosso Trattoria and Bourbon Columbia

Will Moore Farms Pastured Pork Bo Ssam – Slow-cooked Pork rubbed with Fresh Ginger, Orange Zest and Cinnamon in Leaf Lettuce Cup, Ssam Sauce, Ginger-Scallion Sauce, House-Made Kimchi, Carolina Rice
Paired with River Rat Winter Warmer

2nd Course:
Prepared by Executive Chef Travis Rayle from Rosso Trattoria
Beer Braised & Crispy Fried Hazlenut Encrusted Wil-Moore Farms Chicken Leg. Rosemary-Cornbread Pudding, Milk-Hazelnut Brown Ale Gravy, Shredded Carrot-Beet Confetti.
Paired with River Rat Hazelnut Brown Ale 

3rd Course:
prepared by Executive Chef Gordon E. Langston of Bourbon Columbia
Braised Doko Farms Pasture Raised Heritage Lamb and Wil-Moore Farms Chicken Liver Mousse made with City Roots’ Chicken Eggs and Happy Cow Butter topped with City Roots Herb Infused Greek Yogurt sweetened with the First Wort of River Rat’s Red Ale over a bed of City Roots Red Russian Kale dressed with Mint Vinaigrette sweetened with the First Wort of River Rat’s Red Ale
Paired with River Rat Red Ale 

4th Course:
prepared by Executive Chef Howard Stephens from The Oak Table
Wil Moore Farms Roasted and Grilled Pork Loin with Apple butter City Roots kale with bacon and Serrano vinegar. 
Paired with River Rat Double IPA 

5th Course (Dessert):
Prepared by Pastry Chef Charley Scruggs from The Oak Table
Purple carrot cake, with sweetened goat mascarpone, citrus confit, beet sugar
Paired with River Rat Moncks Corner Abbey Ale

CFSA Kickoff Dinner Tickets
Farm to Table Events

City Roots Newsletter 3/17

This week at City Roots we have harvested Carrots, Spinach, Kale, Mixed Lettuce, Edible Nasturtium Blossoms and Microgreens!

This week City Roots will be attending:
Soda City Market Saturdays 9am- 1pm

Spring CSA

is open for signup.

Shares come in Small and Large
8 week fresh vegetable season!
SIGN UP HERE

Farm to Trunk Benefit
March 20

We are bowling for kids! The Farm to Table Event Company has put together a bowling team to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters. We are kicking off our fundraising with a wine tasting. Ticket sales will go towards our fundraising goal. Are you ready to stock your trunk?

Join us at City Roots Farm from 6-9 live music, over 25 wines from Advintige to taste and buy, appetizers and shopping!

Stock up by buying our Harvest Dinner Series wines at a discount and shopping our local farmer for fresh local food. Cases of wine will be available for order and pick up on Friday as well.
Click Pic for Tickets!

 

Midlands Farm Tour Kickoff Dinner

Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 6:00 to 9:00 pm

Join us to kick off and benefit the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association 2nd annual Midlands Farm tour with a spectacular dinner featuring five Chefs from 3 of your favorite restaurants…

Chef Howard Stephens and Pastry Chef Charley Scruggs from The Oak Table, Chef Travis Rayle from Rosso Trattoria and Chef Gordon Langston from Bourbon Columbia as well as Chef Owner Kristian Niemi from Rosso and Bourbon.

Chefs will be pairing plates with beers from our newest brewery in tonw River Rat Brewery. The brewmaster will be speaking at the dinner as well as dining with you. Local farmers on the tour will be at the dinner and we will be showcasing thier products in each dish. Wine will be available for purchase if you are not a beer drinker.

We will kick it off with our usual opening creative cocktail to enjoy while you tour the farm and mingle with the chickens. Ticket includes cocktail, four courses and beer pairings, Gratuity not included

CFSA Kickoff Dinner Tickets

Advance Tickets are for sale at City Roots location!

 

 

Indie Grits Film Festival Announces Full 2014 Festival Lineup

“of Montreal” to headline Indie Grits 2014 Music

Indie Grits Film Festival, the Southeast’s premier film and culture festival for DIY media-makers in Columbia, S.C., which will take place April 11-20, 2014, announces a full lineup of unique films, cultural happenings, concerts and foodie events to engage a variety of audiences.

The eighth annual Indie Grits, hosted by the Nickelodeon Theatre, South Carolina’s oldest art- house cinema located on Main Street in South Carolina’s capital city, will feature 10 days of the best DIY short, experimental, animated and student film, music, food and outside-the-box artistic performances from South Carolina and the Southeast. For the second time, Indie Grits has been named one of MovieMaker magazine’s Top 20 Coolest Film Festivals in the World.

To attend check out Indie Grits for tickets!

 

Farm to Table Dinners

Join us for a Farm to Table Dinner at City Roots Farm featuring resident Chefs

Kristian Niemi and Chef Travis Rayle of Rosso Trattoria

 

Next Dinner:

Root to Tip: Vegetarian Dinner

Dinner April 14, 2014

Cocktail Reception begins at 6:30 – Dinner served at 7PM

 

Visit: Farm to Table Dinners for tickets to this event!

 

 

 

 

Nuts and Bolts of Permaculture:

an 8 week introduction to the fundamentals.

Permaculture is a design strategy that mimics patterns and relationships found in nature to establish human habitat and lifestyles that are resilient and regenerative. It’s a “revolution disguised as gardening” that starts in your backyard and expands to have global implications. This class is not a certification course. It’s an introductory immersion into permaculture thinking and doing with the intention of equipping students with a basis for designing their own systems and/or pursuing further training. We’ll mix discussion style lecture and hands-on projects to cover design principles and strategies for specific elements of any permaculture design. The class will include optional Saturday morning tours of local permaculture sites

WHERE: City Roots, Columbia SC

WHEN: Tuesdays in April and May 2014 6-8 pm
April 8,15,22,29,
May 6,13,20,27

HOW MUCH: Sliding Scale $195-250

To register or for more information contact: Matt Kip

Check out Upcoming Workshops, Wild Edible Plant Walks, and more… Planned Workshop Schedule (dates and prices are subject to change)

Sunday, March 30
Fruit Tree Pruning for beginners $15-25/person 2-3pm
Well cared for fruit trees are a delicious legacy for future generations. Join growers Matt Kip and Emily McCravy for a hands-on pruning workshop for beginning fruit growers. Learn how to improve shape and branch spacing for maximizing fruit production. Offered on a sliding scale $15-$25/person. Register at www.matthewkip.com.

Sunday, April13
Getting Started with Organic Gardening $25/person 2-3:30pm

Sunday, May 11 Composting $25/person 2-3:30pm

Edible Wild Plant Walk
$15/person 2-3pm
Saturday April 12, 10 am-11:30 am
Thursday April 17, 5:30 pm-7 pm
Downtown Columbia

Take a walk on the wild side! Join Permaculturist and Wild Food Forager Matt Kip on a stroll through the woods to sample nutritious and often delicious species growing there. Offered on a sliding scale $8-$12/person. Register at www.matthewkip.com.

For More Information please contact sustainablesouth@hotmail.com or visit Matt Kip

Working on designing your own garden? Check out Southern Vistas Garden Supply Center right around the corner from City Roots (Commerce Dr).

From master planning to complete construction documents, the award-winning team at Southern Vistas can turn your ideas into a gracious outdoor environment. With our seamless design-construct-install approach, and a sharp eye for detail, we ensure the highest level of workmanship through every phase of your project. Our experienced team is ready to provide the complete package from grading, site preparation, irrigation and plantings to stonework, lighting and construction of pergolas, patios, and even water features.

Click for This Months Southern Vistas Landscape and Garden Center Newsletter: The Latest Dirt

 

This Earth Day, April 22nd, 6-8pm
Join local watershed organizations for good food, wine and a silent auction.

Gills Creek, Rocky Branch and Smith Branch watershed associations at Columbia’s Senate’s End to celebrate our vision for the streams and rivers that we have pledged to preserve! Enjoy food from local restaurants, wines from around the world and great deals at the silent auction from local donors. Make a toast to Earth Day from the deck overlooking the Congaree River, and support healthy waterways!
Wine for Water will benefit the watershed associations, environmental non-profits dedicated to restoring the Midlands’ watersheds through education, grassroots action, and public and private partnerships.

Wine for Water Tickets!

 

Check out our Beer and Wine now sold on-site Monday-Friday or order some of your own specialty wines by attending the Farm to Trunk Events…

Columbi-ya ya Mardi Gras

                                           Join us in Columbia for Mardi Gras on March 1, 2014!

                                                     March 1,  2014, 12:00-10:00pm

Parade: 12pm-1:30pm

Led by our King and Queen of 2014 Kevn Kinney and Cindi Boiter

Parade Route Map

Festival at City Roots

$10 Festival Admission;
portion of the proceeds to benefit Animal Mission

Parking available at Memorial Stadium, Commerce
Drive, and Owens Field Park.

We encourage residents to walk!

$5 Registration Fee to Benefit the Animal Mission

Bourbon Dinner Part 2

                                                 Farm to Table Dinners

                                                                       BOURBON Harvest Dinner

              Join us for the second round “preview” of Columbia’s new restaurant BOURBON at City Roots 7:30-10pm.

                                                                                                                    Dinners are prepared by chef Gordon Langston.

Monday, February 24th at City Roots Urban Farm

Cocktail Reception begins at 6:30  - Dinner served at 7PM

Reception Cocktail –  High West Bourbon Hurricane

                                                                                                                                                          The Menu:

First Course - 

Roasted City Roots Beets and Purple Haze Carrots, Winter Greens, Local Feta Cheese, Spicy Pecans and a Sorghum-Apple Cider Vinaigrette 

Second Course-

 Grilled House-Made Andouille Sausage and Cajun-Grilled SC Shrimp over Local Succotash of Speckled Butterbeans, Fire Blistered Cherry Tomatoes, Charred baby Vidalia Onions

                                                                                                                                                       Third Course-

Grilled Bone-In Heritage Farms Cheshire Pork Chop topped with Creole Pimento Cheese over Dirty Rice with Wil-Moore Farms Chicken Livers

                                                                                                                                                        Dessert- 

Dark Chocolate Bread Pudding on Cinnamon Bourbon Anglaise, topped with Burnt Sugar-Bourbon Ice Cream and Cinnamon-Cayenne Chocolate Syrup

American Harvest Cocktail Time begins at 6:30PM - Dinner served at 7PM         Purchase Tickets Here

January Farm to Table Dinner and Oyster Roast

Farm to Table Dinner: January 13th

Join us a unique dining experience at City Roots featuring Chef’s Kristian Niemi and Travis Rayle creating their own local menu paired with fine wines and cocktails!

Each ticket includes four courses with pairings.

American Harvest Cocktail begins at 6:30

Warm, Spiced Apple Cocktail

Winter Farm Greens Salad, Heritage Farms Pork Belly Lardons, Grilled Local Apples, Candied Walnuts, Crumbled Clemson Blue Cheese, Lusty Monk Whole Grain Mustard and Maple Vinaigrette

Artisanal Breads from Crust Bakehouse

Smoked Joyce Farms Pheasant Fricassee, Pearl Onions, Parsnips, Carrots and Parsley over Lentils

Wood Roasted Provencal Leg of Lamb, Maple-Thyme Glazed Purple Haze Carrots, Herb-Roasted Red Potatoes

Dark Chocolate and Almond Cake with Spiced Pear Compote and Sage-Goat Cheese Chantilly

Check out the January Farm to Table Dinner for tickets!

 

 

 

Oyster and Pig Roast Throw Down!! January 25th

We have decided to take our favorite things and make a day of it all for you! Join us for our first annual Oyster and Pig Roast at City Roots Farm. A collaborative of Chefs and friends will be cooking pigs and roasting oysters for you to pick and shuck all day. We will have live music by Asheville’s Bluegrass Band Mountain Fiest and a local favorite the Moustache Brothers plus a cash bar, huge smokers, shucking tables and barrel fires! This is a limited ticketed event and you can only get tickets pre sale we will not be selling at the door. Your ticket will cover pork, sides and oysters per person. Bring your shuckers, gloves, appetite and coozies!

Check out Tickets at : City Roots Oyster Roast

Holiday Hours and Future Events!

City Roots will be closed December 24-26th.

For this Holiday Season give gifts that keep on giving throughout the New Year… like a City Roots Spring CSA Share.  Pre-order a City Roots Community Supported Agriculture Spring Share for Christmas and begin the New Year with a healthy start. CSA Shareholders receive 8 weeks of fresh produce (about $20-$30 per bag/ each week).  Spring shares planned availability includes… Carrots, Kale, Turnips, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Beets, Microgreens, Arugula and more.

For more information or to pay online check out the CSA tab in the upper right hand corner of this page!!

 

 

Not a big fan of cooking lots of produce?? City Roots offers events throughout the beginning of the year including Farm to Table Dinners, Oyster Roasts and more. Pre-order a unique dining experience with us at City Roots for you and someone you care about, or bring a group! Check out Farm to Table Events for more information and to purchase tickets!

 

 

 

City Roots also offers Gift Certificates on site and at the Soda City Market (Saturdays from 9am-1pm) as well as Craft Beers and Fine Wines on site. Many of these wines and beers you can not find at your local grocers.. including Westbrook White Thai, Stone IPA, Reunion Malbec, and Al Verdi Pino Grigio to name a few.

 

Farm to Trunk Wednesday December 11th

Are you ready to stock your trunk? Join us at City Roots Farm from 6-9 live music,over 25 wines from Advintige to taste and buy, appetizers and shopping! Stock up for the Holidays by buying our Harvest Dinner Series wines at a discount and shopping our local farmers for fresh local food. Cases of wine will be available for order and pick up on Friday as well.

 

Wednesday, December 11th from 6-9pm

 

For Tickets and other Events Visit: Farm to Trunk

Holiday Hours

City Roots will not be open for Thanksgiving, November 28th or Black Friday November 29th. We will be at the Soda City Market bright and early on Saturday Morning from 9am-1pm located at the 1500 block of Main St. (near the Columbia Museum of Art).