Long Table at the Station
Enjoy a locally sourced, six-course, fine-dining experience with award-winning chefs, fine wines and local craft beer pairings at Bradenton's longest table. Held in a unique urban setting outdoors and surrounded by spectacular public art.
Ticket buyers must purchase tickets in the same transaction in order to be seated together. Seating will be assigned. Suggested attire is comfortably elegant.
Date & Time
Sun., Oct. 15, 2017
6:30–9:30 PM EDT
Rain Date: Sun., Oct. 22, 2017
Downtown Transit Station
601 13th St W, Bradenton, FL 34205
$175 per person
Share a delicious, six-course meal with 250 people from around the world at a 260-foot long table in downtown Bradenton.
Menu & Chefs
Handcrafted Borsellini – purses of pasta – stuffed with mixed cheese and white truffle in a sauce of light cream and onion topped with fresh, locally grown arugula. Read more.
Local Florida Avocado Smash with plantain and house made corn chips, and Grilled Florida Rock Shrimp Tacos with a tangerine-ginger barbeque cabbage, pico de gallo, and chimmi-churri. Read more.
Guava Brûlée, featuring organic guava from Island Grove Wine Company paired with a Dakin Dairy vanilla bean custard, toasted meringue, and 3 Keys Brewing Company’s chocolate porter caramel sauce. Read more.
Japanese-inspired local Gulf of Mexico Grouper filet, rice blend, bok choy, white miso sauce, and a sesame seed garnish. Read more.
Braised High Plains Bison Short Rib paired with boniato potatoes, sautéed rapini, mustard seed-grape relish, and crispy onions. Read more.
We wish we could accommodate all special dietary requests, but due to the nature of this event, the long table menu cannot be altered.
Click here for a printable menu.
Downtown Bradenton Transit Station
Opened in 2012, the downtown Bradenton Transit Station features a vivid tile mural by Carlos Rolon of Chicago, IL. Rolon’s abstract artwork was inspired by the local environment — sun, water, and flora. The original artwork was transferred to the tile using computer-driven water saw, and then commercially applied to the 10-foot by 25-foot walls. There are two panels that are replicated with the design mirrored, for a total of four walls.
More Than A Meal
Proceeds benefit the downtown Bradenton Farmers' Market.
Realize Bradenton is a tax exempt organization under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. The fair value of the goods and services received at long table at the station is $125. Your contribution in excess of goods and services received may be tax deductible.
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