Three-Course Southern Staples Dinner with Wine Pairings and Chef Talk at Table Fifty-Two
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Listen to chef Rey Villalobos discuss Southern food and enjoy wine paired with dishes like shrimp and grits, berkshire pork, and pecan pie
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Promotional value expires Jul 11, 2013. Amount paid never expires.May buy multiple. Valid only for option purchased. Must inform Table Fifty-Two of any dietary restrictions or food allergies at least 7 days prior to event. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales and delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Three-Course Dinner with Wine Pairings
Gourmet three-course menu; one wine pairing per course<p>
Insight into Table Fifty-Two’s culinary style and influences from Chef de Cuisine Rey Villalobos <p>
For this exclusive event hosted by Groupon, Table Fifty-Two presents Southern Staples, a three-course dinner of Southern favorites paired with a selection of red and white wine. The night begins with a parade of starters, served family style so you can sample a bit of everything, from goat-cheese biscuits to fried green tomatoes. Next, you choose from three entrees—including Southern fried catfish with wild mushrooms and white-corn grits—as sides are passed around the table. Dessert is doubly sweet with a duo of pecan pie and a hummingbird cupcake. The menu is subject to change, based on what produce is fresh, in season, and available locally on the day of the dinner, but vegan substitutions aren’t available. Valet parking costs an additional $13 per car, and the dress code is smart casual.
* **Thursday, July 11**
first seating: 6 p.m. | dinner ends: 8 p.m.
* **Thursday, July 11**
second seating: 7 p.m. | dinner ends: 9 p.m.
Located in the historic Biggs Mansion's carriage house, Zagat-rated Table Fifty-Two brings together the individual talents of its two co-owners, interior designer Julie Latsko and James Beard Award winner Art Smith. Formerly Oprah Winfrey’s personal chef, Art specializes in Southern cuisine, bringing the flavors of Southern hospitality to every plate his kitchen serves. His team of chefs adds a sophisticated edge to traditional favorites, gathering locally sourced ingredients to create dishes like rye-crusted fried green tomatoes, parmesan-cheese biscuits, and berkshire pork chops with orange-maple vinaigrette.