It’s not often you see a sophisticated lady donning a tea dress in LA.  A man in a nice linen suit might be even more rare.
Why is that we ask? Why do we all stick to our leggings and denim and hang out at Coffee Bean, when we could be casually lunching at The Malibu Farm?
Lunching and wearing linen pants, of course.
If you’re over the Coffee Bean scene, join the club.
The Supper Club, that is.
Hosted by founder Tamsin Lonsdale, The Supper Club is an exclusive private members organization devoted to creating exceptional experiences for its members and their guests. With monthly events in LondonNew York and Los Angeles, a membership means you’re on your way to enjoying the finer things in life year round. Imagine yourself lunching, brunching, and mingling, delicious cocktail in hand, at the world’s finest venues. You might want to invest in more linen.
A recent example of the luxuries of being a Supper Club member happened on Earth Day at The Malibu Farm.
One block from the beach, guests were greeted by a sweet little pig named Arnold, a pen of goats, a vineyard, and the best bloody mary you’ve ever had.
These aren’t your average bloody marys. Malibu Mary is a fresh and all natural mix, spicy and delicious, for which you can choose your own garnish, ranging from spicy to mild. Organic peppers and celery anyone?
 We can’t forget to mention the amazing home-cooked food which, you guessed it, is grown right there on the farm.  Think rock shrimp & pesto couscous, kale caesar, jidori chicken with cherry tomatoes and Parmesan smashed potatoes, topped off with a scrumptious berry crumble and a basil ice cream.
Want to visit the farm? They take reservations for brunch and dinner parties, and even host cooking classes! Find out more here.
Become a Supper Club member and be invited to more events like this!

Written by Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers is the founder of TGIFguide. She uses her innate skills as a natural “connector” to serve businesses, brands and individuals in the LA area and beyond.