Sep 16 2009

Fall in love with sustainable seafood dining

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Kick off the start of fall with a South Carolina Aquarium Sustainable Seafood Dinner at Fat Hen

The South Carolina Aquarium and the Fat Hen celebrate the first week of fall with an evening of sustainable seafood education matched with Southern-style dining on Monday, September 21, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. on John’s Island. Enjoy the first week of cool weather with two sustainable fall fish entrées in an intimate setting of friends at this favorite dining bungalow.

Enjoy a mouthwatering sustainable dinner of Southern and French-inspired foods by owner/chef Fred Neuville. As a side, Aquarium Biologist, Megan Westmeyer will share facts and tips on sustainability, seafood seasonality and fisheries along our coast. The menu will feature sauteed oysters with country ham and wild mushrooms over grilled bread paired with a Domaine de Ballade – Cotes de Gascogne Blanc – 2007 Gascogne, France; followed by grilled wreckfish over a local butter bean ragu and topped with a rock shrimp truffle butter paired with a Schloss Gobelsburg – Gruner Veltliner “Gobelsburger” – 2008 Kamptal, Austria. Lastly, enjoy chocolate pâté with a raspberry coulis and creme anglaise, paired with Vina Arbel – Laudate Dominum Moscatel – 2007 Navarra, Spain.

Dinner reservations are $44 per person for dinner and wine pairing (plus tax and gratuity). Space is limited and reservations are required by September 16, 2009. For reservations, contact Fat Hen at (843) 559-9090.

What: Sustainable Seafood Initiative Dinner
When: Monday, September 21, 2009; 6:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Where: Fat Hen
3140 Maybank Highway
John’s Island, SC 29455
How: To make a reservation, call Fat Hen at (843) 559-9090

Reservations required by September 16, 2009

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