Lowcountry Smokehouse Draft Dinner Announced in Downtown Charleston

Southend Brewery and Smokehouse along with Charleston Culinary Tours present Lowcountry Smokehouse Draft Dinner on Wednesday, February 12th at 7pm at the downtown restaurant located at 161 E. Bay Street. Chef Garrett Priester & Sous Chef Jonathan DuPriest have prepared an authentic, five-course menu that showcases Southend Brewery beers that are thoughtfully paired with dishes inspired by seasonal flavors and local ingredients with a unique smokehouse style twist. The cost is $60 per person++ and reservations are available by calling (843) 853-4677 or purchase here.

 First Course: Local Oyster Trio

On the Half Shell with “Watch it Grow” Mignonette, smoked with Warm Bacon Gastrique & Micro Spinach and Fried & Tossed in House BBQ with Pineapple Relish

Beer Pairing – Watch It Grow Wheat

Second Course: Riptide Red Crispy Pork Belly

Sweet & Sour Onions, Baby Arugula, Chevre Goat Cheese, Toasted Walnuts

Beer Pairing – Riptide Red

Third Course: Smoked Duck Leg

Warm Sweet Potato Salad, Citrus Brown Butter

Beer Pairing – Castle Pinckney Pale Ale

Fourth Course: Coffee Rubbed Beef Tenderloin

Oven Roasted Baby Carrots, Fingerling Potatoes, Black IPA Demi Glace

Beer Pairing – Seasonal Black IPA

Fifth Course: Artisan Cheese Flight

Assortment of Artisan Cheeses with Accoutrements

Beer Pairing – Chocolate Milk Stout “Shake”

Southend Chef GarrettPriesterLocated in the historic Wagener Building on East Bay Street, Southend Brewery and Smokehouse showcases Chef Garrett Priester’s appreciation for Lowcountry cooking defined by Southern Gullah and French cuisine. The dishes feature local ingredients and sustainable seafood from local purveyors, as well as infuse the distinct brewery flavors of Southend’s signature beers.

History on tourCharleston Culinary Tours combine the best of Charleston history, cocktails and food with unique tours that highlight the lowcountry. Each of the five Charleston Culinary Tours visit several different restaurants, bars or the Farmer’s Market to combine elements of a historical tour with a culinary adventure.

RSVP Here

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: