Celeb Chefs Matt Carter, Beau MacMillan, and Aaron May Cooking Up Four-Course Brunch at Superstition Farm

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In what may be the biggest and brunch-iest news of the year, celebu-chefs Matt Carter (Zinc Bistro and The Mission), Beau MacMillan (Elements at Sanctuary), and Aaron May (Praying Monk, Over Easy, and Renegade Tap & Kitchen) are joining forces to whip up a four-course brunch for hungry guests at Superstition Farm.

Hosted by Edible Exchange, the FarmTable brunch will take place at 11:30 a.m., Sunday, October 14, at the barn at Superstition Farm, which will be transformed into a "farm-chic" restaurant with a full bar.

Tickets to the brunch are $75 per person with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Desert Willow Educational Garden. The ticket price includes cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, the sit-down brunch, entertainment, farm games, a photo booth, and a farm "schwag bag". Guests can also meet local dairy farmers, tour the farm and garden, take a hayride, and learn how to churn butter.

Seating is limited and this event will most likely sell out fast. To purchase tickets, go here. For more information, go here.

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