Kyle & Friends Hootenanny for Hickory Soup Kitchen

Kyle & Friends Hootenanny for Hickory Soup Kitchen

There is so much fun to be had at the Kyle and Friends Hootenanny!

Highland Avenue Restaurant is pleased to host an fantastic group of beverage artisans at the Kyle and Friends Hootenanny on March 28th. Our artisan guests will represent craft breweries, distilleries, and wineries all over the Southeast.

The night begins at 6:00pm with live tunes crooned by our favorite house band, Wires and Wood. Tasty and tempting, over 25 of the Southeast’s Best Chefs offer nibbles to nosh while sippin’ regional spirits and wines and chuggin’ craft brews. Tuck in your kerchief, as the chefs prepare swine to dine with side dishes to devour and desserts to tempt the sweetest tooth. Grab a partner and come on down! The best part of the hootenanny? Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Hickory Soup Kitchen!

Tickets are $170 per person.

To purchase tickets, please visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2501062

Participants: Todd Boera (Fonta Flora); Country Vintner Wine; Zackary Cranford (Foothills Distillery); Caroline and Robbie Delaney (Muddy River Distillery); Empire Distributors; Ray Hodge (Blowing Rock Brewing Company); Jones von Drehle Vineyards; Chris Jude (Fair Game Beverage Company); Charlie and Alex Mauney (Cardinal Gin); Esteban McMahan (TOPO); Sean Lilly Wilson (Fullsteam Brewery).

Event Sponsors: Carolina Heritage Farms; Courtyard Marriott; Inland Seafood; It’s My Party; Le Creuset; Southern Foods; Highland Avenue Restaurant, 883 Highland Avenue SE, Hickory, NC 28602 828.267.9800.

About Hickory Soup Kitchen

In March of 1983 lay leaders of six “downtown” churches began serving the hungry on a rotating basis. By 1985, the kitchen was serving 25-90 people five days a week and the old Highland Fire Station became its first permanent home. During 1990, the kitchen outgrew its space and needed more space. The City of Hickory offered the old Post Office Annex for a new facility. This is the present location of the Hickory Soup Kitchen. A building campaign raised $220,000 for renovations, including a walk-in freezer/refrigerator, shower facilities, and a modern kitchen with up-to-date institutional appliances.

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