The Red Door: San Diego's first and only Community Supported Restaurant

Photography By Sam Wells | September 01, 2016
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Trish Watlington grew up in rural Maryland, where she once owned a 32-acre farm, before embarking on a career as a licensed therapist in Indiana. “My farming roots have come full circle,” says Watlington, owner of The Red Door Restaurant and Wine Bar in Mission Hills. As a community supported restaurant (CSR), The Red Door now offers an elite group of members (100 maximum) the opportunity to buy in upfront and in return receive a bevy of exclusive members-only benefits, including private dinners, restaurant garden tours, special classes, wine release parties and more.

“We’re excited that with a solid base of financial support we can let our creativity fly with classes, meals and outreach that will expand the community’s sustainable food knowledge and provide support for those strengthening our local food system.”

For more information on how to sign up and other upcoming events, visit The Red Door Restaurant.

The Red Door
741 West Washington St.
San Diego, 92103

Article from Edible San Diego at http://ediblesandiego.ediblecommunities.com/eat/red-door-san-diegos-first-and-only-community-supported-restaurant
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