Some of us are Greenville natives, so we’re especially excited about John’s new book, Lost Restaurants of Greenville. We remember Vince Perone’s and Gene’s and Charlie’s, local restaurants that were iconic in their day. John covers these and many more in a stroll down a culinary memory lane. This virtual conversation will be moderated by a current Greenville restaurant legend, Chef Rodney from Table 301 (and Restaurant O). If we stopped right there, it’s just a conversation, not a dinner party.
We’re not stopping there.
Chef Rodney has cooked up a special menu for us that reflects the Restaurant O’s offerings. Your ticket includes the book and dinner for two and the dinner party invitation. We are all going to dine together (at our own screens and homes), enjoying the same food and listening to the same scintillating dinner conversation. It’ll just be virtual.
You have two ticket options.
Dinner for Two and a copy of John’s new book, Lost Restaurants of Greenville ~ $77
Dinner for Two, a copy of John’s new book, Lost Restaurants of Greenville, and a bottle of wine ~ $95
Registration is required by 6pm on August 26th.
If you’re curious about how this is going to work, this is what we’re thinking:
Stop by Table 301 Kitchen (22 E. Court St.) sometime between 2:30 and 6 pm on August 27 to pick up your portable dinner party pack. This includes a fully prepared dinner for two and a copy of Lost Restaurants of Greenville.
Set your table, warm your plate, and log in with us at 7. That’s all there is to it!
Here is the menu:
Remembering Restaurant O:
Creamy Blue Crab and Vidalia Onion Soup
Grilled Braveheart Beef Shoulder Tender
Watermelon Salad- Watermelon, Feta Cheese, Greens, Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes, Pickled Red Onions, Cucumbers, Toasted Pistachios, Pistachio Oil, Balsamic Reduction.
Dark Chocolate Bombe with White Chocolate and Coconut Ganache, Chocolate Marquise Cake, Dark Chocolate Glaze
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