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What is Social Cranks Supper Club?

Social Cranks Supper Club is a Fruita-Fancy ticketed dinner event where all proceeds from the night benefit a local non-profit organization. With wine pairings from Sauvage Spectrum, cocktails, and a four course menu focused on local ingredients, we get to offer you a different Hot Tomato experience than usual.  The menu is mediterranean inspired and will feature lots of fresh veggies, dipping sauces, hummus, and gyro inspired dishes. Please check out the full menu below so you know what goodness awaits.

 

This event will benefit the Community Food Bank of Grand Junction, a local non-profit whose mission is to provide short-term supply of nutritious food and access to hunger relief resources to anyone in Mesa County experiencing need. So please join us for a four-course dinner and dessert, crafted with ingredients from around the Grand Valley.

 

Drinks and appetizers will be served at 5:30. Seating and course serving will begin at 6:00

Please purchase tickets through the ticket link below. If you have any food allergies please let us know in the ticketing form. Accommodations can be made for gluten-free and vegetarian options

Menu

Apps

Hummus and Tzatziki - Served with a mix of fresh and roasted veggies

 

Mini Spanakopita - Feta and ricotta cheese, spinach, and nutmeg wrapped in thinly layered phyllo dough

1st 

Couscous Tabbouleh - A fresh couscous salad mixed with fresh cut tomatoes, English cucumbers and red onion - topped with a squeeze of lemon and served with our lemon vinaigrette dressing

 

Dolmas - Grape leaves stuffed with seasoned arborio rice, chopped cilantro, and a dash of mint. Served with lemon wedges

Main

Mediterranean Veggie Medley Pizza - A salt and pepper crust is topped with fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, and roasted garlic. Finished with kalamata olives, English cucumbers, basil, oregano, and a hummus swirl

Gyro Pizza - Thinly sliced lamb, with mozzarella and feta cheese, topped with fresh slaw of shredded lettuce, cubed tomatoes, and diced red onion. Finished with a drizzle of tzatziki sauce

Desert

Baklava - Walnuts, pistachios, brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg, wrapped in phyllo dough and finished with a lemon-honey drizzle. Topped with chopped pistachio

Tiramisu - Rich layers of coffee, cocoa, and cream surround delicious ladyfinger cookies. Made with coffee from Bestslope Coffee Company

Non-Profit Partner

Community Food Bank of Grand Junction

Our vision

Every person in need has access to the nutritious food and resources they need to thrive, while also preventing any unnecessary food waste in the Grand Valley

Our mission

Provide short-term supply of nutritious food and access to hunger relief resources to anyone in Mesa County experiencing need.

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Featured Food and Drink Partner

Sauvage Spectrum Winery will be providing short pour pairings with each dinner course

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Sauvage Spectrum Estate Winery & Vineyard

Our vineyards are situated in the Grand Valley AVA, and the magical town of Palisade sitting at 4,728′. Grown with melted snow from the steep slopes of the Rocky Mountains, via irrigation from the Colorado River. The “million-dollar breeze” blows through the high desert valley, developing thick skins on our grapes. The sunshine beats down on the valley floor, an ancient riverbed, radiating off the Bookcliffs and surrounding mesas. Warm days and cool nights allow our fruit to ripen but retain acidity for balance. Alluvium silt, sand, and clay loam soils with the addition of volcanic rock lend a unique minerality to our wines. Every year new grape varietals are planted for research and development, to further define the future of Colorado wine. We are not interested in mimicking wines from other regions. We are developing grapes with the intention to produce the true taste of Colorado wines.

Additional Local Partners and Providers

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