Full Belly Farm Events

Full Belly Farm hosts many events open to the public! If you would like to visit the farm, you can make a reservation on our Events Calendar for one of our monthly farm dinners or a pizza night, or floral workshops.

Farm Dinners

Our farm dinners take place once per month, March – November. The Farm Dinners include a farmer-led tour of Full Belly Farm and a delightful and deliciously prepared seasonal menu featuring the freshest flavors from the farm. You can view some of our past menus here. Because our farm dinners are intended to highlight the best of the season, we will not be able to accommodate dietary restrictions. We do our best at each dinner to create a well-rounded menu and include several vegan options, but cannot guarantee that all dishes will be vegan or gluten free. You can make a reservation and find additional information here

For farm dinner photos, check out these blogs: Hither and ThitherHither and Thither (again!).  Our farm dinners have also been featured in Sunset Magazine, VIA Magazine, and SacTown Magazine.

Pizza Nights

If you are looking for something more casual than a farm dinner, consider coming for one of our pizza nights in July, August, September, or October! Enjoy a wood-fired pizza with seasonal toppings, big farm salads and homemade ice cream. Bring a blanket and hang out on our lawn. Entrance is free, but an RSVP is required to attend. Please RSVP here.

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Weddings and Private Events

Pricing and other general information about our catering services for weddings and private events can be found here. For additional information, questions, or to schedule a tour, please email jenna@fullbellyfarm.com.

Full Belly Floral

Full Belly Floral is available for your floral needs for special events! Please contact Hannah for information regarding our farm fresh floral arrangements. 

Frequently Asked Questions

The farm does have wheelchair-accessible parking and bathrooms. Please note roads and paths are a mixture of pavement, gravel, wood chips, and grass. 

Even though we love dogs and all other pets, except for service animals pets are not allowed at Full Belly Farm events and they will have to stay at home. We are a working farm and cannot allow outside animals for safety, and food safety, reasons.

Our products are prepared in a kitchen that also processes almonds, walnuts, eggs, dairy, wheat and other allergens.

Pizzas are made with organic whole wheat flour and dairy products.

For our Farm Dinners, we do not prepare special meals to accommodate dietary restrictions, but the farm dinner will be full of options. While guests may not be able to eat everything on the menu, they will not go home hungry!

It is free to attend a Pizza Night. You pay for your food with cash or card at the event. We request that you RSVP through our Event Calendar

It depends on how hungry you are! In general, a Full Belly Pizza can fed 1-3 adults. 

Guinda’s local restaurant The Commons Kitchen and Bar will be selling beer, wine, and soft drinks and we have water available. Please bring your own bottle or glass or water.

Seasonal salads and homemade ice cream made by the Full Belly Farm Kitchen are available for purchase in addition to pizza.

At this time we are only booking tables of 8-10 for farm dinners. We are not selling individual tickets.

Here are three nearby options for nearby camping and lodging:
1) Cache Creek Campground in Rumsey 
2) Cowboy Camp north of Rumsey

The Capay Valley Grown website has other ideas for activities and farms in the Capay Valley.