Equator Coffees & Teas, the burgeoning coffee and food juggernaut that won the Small Business of the Year in the United States from the Small Business Administration last month, is launching a new event series with women’s co-working space and idea lab The Hivery.

The series, held at the The Hivery and dubbed Community Table, promises delicious food and plenty of food for thought. The series, which centers on a different theme and guest speaker each time, kicks off Sunday, June 12 with John Ash, the famous “father of wine country cuisine and sustainable cooking” who is launching his book “Cooking Wild,” with tastings coming from the book itself.

The “conversational community dinner series” features dinner by Equator’s culinary team, and facilitated conversation with special guests. “We ‘cooked’ this up together as a unique opportunity to meet and connect more deeply with interesting, creative people, alongside great food in our inspiring space,” The Hivery founder Grace Kraaijvanger says. “This is the dinner party we’ve been dreaming about!”

Space is limited. The event is expected to sell out. Tickets are $90 per person. More info here.

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