Got Bastille Day plans? Try a pop-up picnic.

Posted by Andrea Weigl on July 7, 2014 

Acorn Kitchen, a Raleigh pop-up dinner organizer, is partnering with La Farm Bakery and other food artisans to do a pre-Bastille Day pop-up picnic event.

The picnic is 6-8 p.m. Sunday at an as-yet-undisclosed location. The event also will include a book signing with La Farm baker Lionel Vatinet, who wrote a cookbok, “A Passion for Bread.”

Here’s how it works: diners buy tickets online for $35 each, which entitles the diner to a picnic basket for one with breads, cheeses, meats and other items. (The events other partners include Bella Bean Organics and Chapel Hill Creamery.) Diners bring a blanket and a beverage of their choice. Then two hours before the event, diners will receive an email sharing the location of the picnic. Orders must be placed by July 10.

To reserve your spot, go to acornkitchen.org/upcoming-events/ouioui.

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