15 Oct 10th Annual MBAHA Farm to Table Dinner
On Sunday, November 3, 2019 the Myrtle Beach Hospitality Association will hold its 10th Annual Farm to Table Dinner, presented by US Foods. The highly anticipated event will take place at Thompson Family Farm at Bucksville in Conway, SC, 5-9 p.m.
Guests will be welcomed with an opening reception presented by Highland Roofing and featuring live entertainment from Paul Grimshaw. During the reception, attendants will enjoy a selection of fine hors d’oeuvres prepared by students of the International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach as well as take part in fun photos with Go Muse Photography. Beer, wine and water will be served throughout the event.
The main event will take place in a rustic bar setting featuring an eight-course dinner prepared by Grand Strand area top chefs. Each course will be carefully and artfully prepared using locally sourced produce, meats, wild game and fresh seafood. The chefs will explain in great detail each dish and the ingredients within. Chefs participating in the 10th Annual Farm to Table event are; Chad Marshall, US Foods, Danny Smith, Frank’s and Frank’s Outback, Jamie Daskalis and Courtney Newton, Johnny D’s Waffles, Geoffrey Blount, International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach, and Sea Captain’s House’s own, Gary Smith.
Sea Captain’s House chef, Gary Smith will provide the soup dish as a part of the eight-course feast featuring one of our most requested items, she crab soup. This award-winning dish has a long history at Sea Captain’s House. The original recipe is said to be from a longtime employee of the restaurant, and it has a reputation of being second to none when it comes to she crab soup!
This popular fall event is limited to 250 guests and is sure to sell out. Tickets are $150 per person or $250 per couple. Tables may be purchased as well. A table of six is $700 and a table of eight is $900. If interested, get your tickets as soon as possible by calling 843-626-9668. A portion of the proceeds from the 10th Annual Farm to Table event will benefit culinary education and other Myrtle Beach Area Hospitality Association scholarships.