Photo: Claire Walker (left) and Deborah Borel are Loud House Farm’s culinary duo. Photo by Jill Draper. 

It was only a couple of years ago when Debbie Borel and her daughter Claire Walker were planning a farm-to-table dinner on their 6-acre urban farm called Loud House Farm located in the Terrace Lake neighborhood. The dinner never happened due to Home Owner Association rules. It’s been a bumpy road since then for Borel and Walker. But the culinary duo are back on track. 

Walker and Borel, owners of Loud House Farm, will be offering a pop up brunch, Sunday, September 15th, at Crane Brewing, 6515 Railroad St, in Raytown. It will be held in the Barrel Room.

Loud House Farm will provide locally sourced, made from scratch menu offerings such as biscuits and gravy, Farmhouse quiche and salad, chorizo and sweet potato hash, Swedish pancakes with fresh fruit, oatmeal with Cuento soaked bananas, walnuts and maple syrup, and other surprises. 

There will be vegetarian and vegan options.  

Mimosas and a Bloody Mary bar will also be offered along with lots of fresh pickles and toppings.

Cuento Coffee, a coffee bar inside the brewery,  will be open and providing coffee, special drinks and pastries.

Of course, Loud House Farm would not be complete if it did not also provide a petting zoo at the brunch. The brunch will cost $6 to $13. 

Brunch runs from 11 am to 2 pm. For more information, go to loudhousefarm.com or  Cuentokc.com.

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