You’re probably a long way away from owning a ranch in Malibu, but having dinner at Saddlerock Gardens can at least give you a preview into the life you’re working on Secret-ing into existence. These once-a-month dinners are essentially big outdoor dinner parties (that you pay $125 to be a guest at) in the mountains of Malibu, and involve things like “the opportunity to pick the produce you’ll be eating that very evening.” Yes, this sounds like a Portlandia sketch, and yes, you should still go.
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