Billed as a “fall artisanal dinner,” a selection of courses highlighting the “bounty from the season’s harvest-earthy, rustic, colorful food” will be offered to guests, according to the event announcement. In addition, featured artisans specially curated by Local Milkblogger Beth Kirby will offer support and inspiration to the chefs.
Tickets are $135 per person and will go on sale Wednesday at 11 a.m. Organizers are considering this version of SCSC as the “most intimate yet,” with only 50 seats available. The cocktail hour will begin at 5 p.m. and the dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the farm, located seven miles outside Chattanooga.
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The full menu will be announced at a later date. An impressive list of chefs will offer their expertise, including Erik Niel (Easy Bistro & Bar), Peter Barlow (Easy Bistro & Bar) and Milton White (Main Street Meats).
Cocktails will once again be crafted by Alex Jump, bar manager of Easy Bistro and Main Street Meats.
Kirby, a Tennessee native, is an award-winning food and lifestyle blogger with a keen take on “sustainable food, the beauty of the mundane and art of slow living.” With 473,000 Instagram followers, Kirby’s work has been featured in publications such as Food & Wine Magazine, Better Homes and Gardens, Saveur and more. Kirby was awarded Saveur’s Best Food Photographer in 2014.
She has selected several local artisans whose products will be supported by the chefs as they create their courses. Those selected include Brash Coffee, Field & Flora Design Co., Southern Sqweeze and Sequatchie Cove Creamery.
Formed by Easy Bistro co-owners Erik and Amanda Niel, the SCSC seeks to support collaboration among local chefs, mixologists and artisans while highlighting Chattanooga as a food destination.
Updated @ 2:34 p.m. on 10/23/15.
Updated @ 10:43 p.m. on 11/6/15.