Monte Rio Community Center
20488 Hwy 116, Across form the Rio Theater
$15.00/plate- $5.00/small plate & BYOB
OPEN TO ALL/ BRING FRIENDS & FAMILY
Featured Chef: Lata's Indian Food
Lata Pagare, the woman behind Lata’s Indian Cuisine,When she moved here in 2003, Lata took a job cooking and waiting tables at Howard’s Station Café in Occidental. A few years later, when the Farmers Market moved to its current location, Chris Martin, the owner of Howard’s, and his daughter, Jenay, suggested that Lata sell her samosas on the stairs of Howard’s during the market and that’s how it all began. Lata gets much of her produce from the farms along whom she works side by side at the markets—Singing Frogs, Bohemian Collective, and New Family Farm. In the off-season, she gets most of what she needs from Andy’s Produce.
Menu: Chicken Tikka, Saag Paneer, Pumpkin Curry
Rice, Samosa & Tapioca Pudding
Special Musical Guests: Vintage Grass
Vintage Grass is an acoustic trio from Sonoma, California that plays an eclectic mix of traditional bluegrass and classic acoustic rock and folk covers from the 60’s and 70’s. In addition to bluegrass, these boys share an affinity for the acoustic music that rode the pop airwaves in the days of their childhood, like James Taylor, Simon and Garfunkel, the Eagles, and….
John Denver! …