Paradise Farms Visit, Not Just for Chefs

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This Saturday, Paradise Farms is offering tours to the public. As we've written about before, the farm hosts periodic brunches on the premises, as well as sell-out dinners that are often prepared by the area's most acclaimed chefs. The five-acre organic farm supplies many South Florida restaurants with greens and edible flowers.

A farm market will also be part of the weekend's events. Items for sale will include

oyster mushrooms and organic plants for you to grow at home.

The tour begins at 9:30am and participants should arrive 15 minutes beforehand. The cost of the tour is $10 for adults and $6 for children. To make a reservation, call the farm at: 305-248-4181.

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