We have moved our September event to dine in or take out experience at the restaurant, and cancelled our October dinner for public health reasons.

Stay well, we hope to rekindle our dinner series in 2021 if conditions allow.  Today and every day we appreciate your continued support.

Join us for the 4th Annual dinner series, ‘A Season of Good Taste’, where we coordinate elegant dining experiences in the Garden with local and regional chefs.  Tickets for the 2020 season are now on sale.  These popular dinners can fill up quickly and seating is limited – reserve your tickets today!


2020 Dinner Schedule

Friday, September 25th & Saturday, September 26th. October 2nd, October 3rd

Wine & Charcuterie with Tin 202

Our evening of dining under the stars will begin at Tin 202 and continue with your creativity.

On the evening of September 25th and 26th, Tin will be preparing individualized delectable charcuterie boards paired with one of their house selected bottles of wine, your choice of red or white for dining at their High Street location, take out for a stay at home meal, or take away for an impromptu autumn picnic. Gather up your picnic accessories and take a jaunt to your favorite Morgantown space and enjoy your favorite spot for a romantic moment with that favorite someone!!

This special entree will be available for taking out or sit down at the restaurant and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Garden. Tickets can be purchased at our wvbg.org site BUT indoor/outdoor sitting is limited so you will need to contact Tin 202 directly to reserve a seat by calling 304-212-5863 or emailing to chris@tin202.com. If you would still like to participate, are unable to make either of these nights let us know so we can accommodate your request.

As Morgantown’s premier New American tapas bar, Tin strives to honor the history, tradition, and creativity of dining out. Tin 202 is sourced locally and prides themselves on serving the freshest & most flavorful dishes while treating guests to an exquisite night on the town.

For more on Tin 202: http://www.tin202.com/

Tickets: $75.  $25 of the cost of each ticket is tax-deductible, to the extent permitted by law under IRS code 501(c)3.


Saturday, October 24th, 6 p.m. 

Lost Creek Farm with Chefs Mike Costello and Amy Dawson

We welcome back this dynamic duo who will stretch your palette and heighten your senses of our Mountain state pride with their knowledge, culinary creativity and success, supporting us from the beginning of our series, this is one you don’t want to miss!

Lost Creek Farm is best known for taking their heritage-inspired, story-rich mountain cuisine on the road, with their unique traveling kitchen. Their cooking, inspired by the depth and complexity of Appalachia’s rich cultural heritage, has taken the Lost Creek Farm kitchen across the Eastern United States, producing the elements of a region’s story that deserves to be told at the dinner table.

Reserve now and look forward to challenging your taste buds for a memorable dinner and experience with these two inspirational chefs and storytellers!

More on Lost Creek Farm:  http://www.lostcreekfarmwv.com 

Tickets. $95.  $30 of the cost of each ticket is tax-deductible, to the extent permitted by law under IRS code 501(c)3.



Hill and Hollow with Chef Marion Ohlinger

Please join us at the opening dinner of our “Season of Good Taste” 2020 Dinner Series as we welcome back Chef Marion Ohlinger with Hill and Hollow.

Chef Ohlinger specializes in creating global cuisine from locally-grown ingredients and elevating Appalachian cuisine among the pantheon of world flavors. Hill & Hollow is dedicated to the essential concept of sustainable agriculture and the belief that natural ingredients simply taste better. His culinary creations reflect the freshest items Appalachia has to offer, a tribute to West Virginia’s cultural and agricultural diversity.

More on Hill and Hollow:  http://www.hillandhollowwv.com

Tickets. $95. $30 of the cost of each ticket is tax-deductible, to the extent permitted by law under IRS code 501(c)3. 


Summer Sunday Brunch with Iron Horse Tavern

Iron Horse Tavern is back by popular demand!

Come to enjoy, relax, listen to the songbirds and feel the summer breeze while sipping your
mimosa and “brunching” on Iron Horse’s delectables prepared by Chef Zach McCourt. Their
favorite signature entrees, the Capt’n Crunch French Toast Sticks with Bourbon Maple Sryup &
Cinnamon Sugar and the ever loving Buckwheat Donut Holes with Vanilla-Kahlua Creme’ are sure
to delight your palate. Nathan Stewart, manager and talented singer songwriter, will make an
appearance to serenade us throughout your dining experience!


More on Iron Horse Tavern: http://ironhorsetvrn.com/ 

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