A Mansion & Moo Shu

Apr 15 2015

by Emily Laborde Hines

With The Southern C Summit fast approaching, we are excited to share more details!  Take a sneak peek at this year’s luncheon on Thursday, April 30th

Attendees will step next door to the stunning and historic William Aiken house for a culinary treat – a Moo Shu lunch prepared by Chef Nico of ​F​ISH Restaurant​.

South Carolina’s singular French Master Chef Nico Romo reimagines classic French cuisine with delicate Asian touches and unrivaled presentation at FISH Restaurant. Their always-changing menu showcases the finest local and sustainable ingredients, resulting in fresh and flavorful dishes that engage and inspire. We we’re quite taken with his fresh and innovative dishes last year and can’t wait to see what his team creates this year!
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Attendees will be in for a visual treat as they enter the William Aiken house and see the fabulous and unique tabletop décor provided by​ L​ifeguard Press. The William Aiken house and it’s stunning gardens are the perfect backdrop for a leisurely lunch while enjoying good conversation and catch-ups.
Sip Salty Dog cocktails by​ C​athead Vodka​ with Bittermilk’s Grapefruit Tonic under the tent designed by event designer​ T​ara Guérard​ in the courtyard before lunch. And after lunch, Grey Ghost Bakery will share some of their new flavors like chocolate chip and peanut butter for a sweet treat!
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Emily Laborde Hines View More Blog Posts from this Author

Emily Hines is a Georgia girl now living in Bloomington, Indiana with her husband and two black labs. She is a freelance writer and digital media manager hooked on cruising back roads, craft beer, and snapping photos of old buidings. Follow along with my United States travels at Em's on the Road.

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