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We believe that passing on skills & sharing flavors build bonds between people,

fostering a sense of stable and collaborative community.

 

We curate & create workshops, feasts & products with makers & expert collaborators.

topics are dedicated to slow living, following the rythm of the land, forest & river.

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Testimonials from our patrons —

 
 

Elizabeth Starks

‘‘F&B has a true talent in bringing people together to create a greater sense of community. By using ingredients that are locally harvested and products that are locally made (i.e. Wood tables, ceramic plates all sourced locally), F&B, in turn, is giving back to the community around them. F&B provides an outlet for people of all ages, backgrounds, careers, etc to come together over a shared appreciation for their community and a desire to participate in learning more about it.’’

 

Henrich Strauch

‘‘Fun, fast-moving and diverting class (with very tasty refreshments!). The field book cover was the right work project to learn and practice basic skills without getting overwhelmed. Everybody seemed pleased with his/her final product and ready to start a full product line. Coming soon again to Fish & Bicycle...’’

 

Natalie Finch

‘‘I drove up from Philadelphia to enjoy this wonderful event and it couldn’t have been more worth it. Combining a learning opportunity with a rewarding food finale worked really well. I think the community would benefit by these events— you don’t have to be well versed in any of it, just bring yourself and an open mind to learning and you’ll leave the evening refreshed and inspired. I learned a lot both through the event and also through all the different kinds of people I met. Everything was also locally inspired— so from a community perspective I think this would be an asset to either learn about what grows locally OR ideas of how to prepare these foods/host a dinner with them etc etc. These events are definitely great for bringing culture to the community.

Juliette really has an artistic eye — she knows how to create an incredible ambiance as well as be a lovely hostess.’’

 

 

Lauren Turner

‘‘The foraging event was wonderful! I especially loved the delicious feast aspect. Everything from the food to the decor and ambiance, were very well thought out. I would definitely attend another Fish and Bicycle event, in the future.’’

 

Annie Cadden

‘‘What a wonderful introduction to leather smithing! Alexa Schoorl/Eleven Thirty co-fonder is an excellent instructor, she provided us with clear, visual instructions and a full resource list. I loved working with the various tools and the opportunity to create a beautiful leather keepsake. Fish & Bicycle was a perfect setting for this event. I would take this workshop again.’’

 
 

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Whether you’re hosting an intimate dinner for six, throwing a cocktail party for a crowd or celebrating a momentous event, Fish & Bicycle would be honored to work with you to create a beautiful menu and environment. Our signature cocktails and seasonal food showcase the region’s pristine ingredients and our own creative cuisine. Have a glance at our recent catered events & contact us!.

 

Recent Press

Attracting people from near and far, the homemade food and drinks served are “in rhythm with the seasons,” and include such delights as a lamb tagine marinated with rosepetal harissa and couscous with dried apricots; poached pears sparked with juniper and star anise; zucchini bread topped with crème fraiche composed of buttermilk and heavy cream as well as little-known vegetables like knotweed and nettles cooked in a variety of ways. Drinks range from spiced cider to elixir from locally foraged elderberry.
— Expert Ease - Aspire home and design
Fish & Bicycle Spring edible walk & tasting along the Delaware river was a complete, organic experience
— Farm & Country - WJFF RADIO
We sampled stewed young shoots of Japanese knotweed and discovered even that most despised, invasive cousin to rhubarb has at least one redeeming quality: it can be used to treat Lyme disease. In just six hours, I had touched and tasted anew the familiar roots, shoots, bark, and leaves I had known since childhood.
— Willow Baum - And North
The hives Hermant set up on her roof – and the pollinator friendly herb and edibles gardens she’s planted in the heart of Narrowsburg – allow visitors and locals alike to interact with the bees. “It’s wonderful when people tell me they saw the honey bees at the post office’s flowerbed cared for by the Narrowsburg Beautification Group and at the Tusten Heritage Community Garden, one of my permaculture projects for the public. It means they’re paying attention!

“Step by step, people are becoming more aware of what so many of us here are doing, that is practicing, demonstrating and sharing the ethics of permaculture: Care of the earth. Care of people. Fair Share (the return of surplus time, energy and money to the cause of bettering the earth and its people).”

“Being a beekeeper feels like a privilege,” she adds. “It’s humbling to do my weekly check of the hives and observe their life rhythms. They’re deeply inspiring creatures.”
— Michele Keith - Aspire Home and Design
 
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Pop-up at Maison Bergogne

226 Bridge Street

Narrowsburg, NY 12764 

Hours

Fri & Sat, 11 am – 5 pm
Sun, 11 am – 4 pm

By appointment during the week.

Contact

(213) 379 -3900
info@fishandbicycleny.com