Spaces still left for "A Slow and Smoky Sunday Supper" tomorrow night

posted on September 27, 2008 at 2:19 pm
The good people at Slow Food Atlanta informed me there are still seats available at the event. I know the price tag might seem hefty, but what is better than an event that honors everyone’s favorite prince of pork, Allan Benton? Here are the details:
Join us in the private dining room at Trois for an unforgettable 5-course dinner paired to the reserve wines of France. The experience will celebrate Allan Benton of Smoky Mountain Country Hams of Tennessee. Meet the local farmers supplying the food prepared by Jeremy Leib and Matt Harris. The dining experience begins with mixologist Eric Simpkins providing an experimental smoky cocktail reception in the bar. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to celebrate slow food leaders of the South.
The $105 per person price includes dinner, beverage, tax and tip.
To buy tickets visit or you can bring check or cash to the event. Walk-ups are welcome.
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