Relish Carolina: An Evening at a Southern Plantation
Relish Carolina: An Evening at a Southern Plantation | 07.12.2012
Reserve your spot at the 160 foot farm table which will canvas the bountiful garden and grounds of Historic Rosedale Plantation. This benefit dinner will be prepared by Chef John Cornely and will be served family style. The mood will be relaxed, yet tasteful - similar to how the patrons of Rosedale used to feast. Come celebrate with with local farmers, artisans, spirit makers and fellow Carolina lifestyle enthusiasts.
One requirement: Show your personality and BYOP (Bring Your Own Plate) - don't worry there will be a plate valet. Seriously.
What to expect from the evening: Upon arrival, guests will be greeted with a specialty 19th Century Cocktail and escorted to the 160ft farm table to select their seats. They will check in their plate with Plate Valet. They are introduced to hors d’ oeuvre and then proceed to a lively tour of The Plantation with our hosts. Games of Croquet and Bocce will be available in the yard before dinner.
Following the self-paced tour and mingling, guests are seated at the extended farm table where they will savor course after course. Guests will break bread and raise glasses with their new like-minded friends, farmers and artisans.
Cocktails, Wine & Beer: They will be provided and are included. Please do not bring any of your own alcoholic beverages.
Unfortunately our dinners are not suitable for children.
If someone if your party has special dietary request please let us know 10 days in advance of the date of the event you’re attending. We can accommodate most requests.
Online Reservations Only:
Reservations are only accepted online. Refunds are not available for cancellations, however you’d like to transfer your spot to friend or family member you may, but please contact us with their name 5 days prior to event so we can include them. We appreciate your support, enthusiasm and understanding.
Proceeds benefiting Historic Rosedale Planation, a 501-3c organization. Tickets will be tax-deductable.