Williamsburg event celebrates farm-fresh food

The event brought together New York City chefs and farmers from around the state for dinner with a view.

The event brought together New York City chefs and farmers from around the state for dinner with a view. (8/6/15)

BROOKLYN - A farm-to-table dinner event was held in Williamsburg to celebrate local eating.

Organized by Food Karma Feasts, the event brought together New York City chefs and farmers from around the state for dinner with a view. It was topped off with Brooklyn-brewed beer and wine.

The dinner was hosted within the old Domino Sugar factory. Tickets cost $85.

Event organizer Jimmy Carbone says that people can engage with their community through agriculture and food.

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