LGBTQ-owned Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours is partnering with The James Beard Foundation to represent Atlanta in Taste of America, an event bringing chefs and diners from across the country together for a virtual communal dinner.
On Sunday, October 18, Twisted Soul’s Chef Deborah VanTrece, Chef de Cuisine Robert Butts, and Pastry Chef Lola B. Daniels will work together to create a three-course meal, never before offered at the Atlanta-based restaurant. The meal will be packaged and available for pick-up on the afternoon of October 18 at the restaurant (1133 Huff Rd NW) along with a bottle of Dough Wines 2019 Pinot Noir. Please note guests must be 21 years of age and older to order and pick up a meal kit.
“This is an extraordinarily challenging time for local, independent restaurants,” said VanTrece. “We feel truly blessed to partner with The James Beard Foundation for Taste America, and we are so excited to bring you a custom meal never offered at Twisted Soul. Combine that with a bottle of Dough Wines pinot noir, and you have all the elements for an amazing in-home meal that can be shared communally and virtually with many others.”
Tickets to this virtual event are $150. Each ticket includes the meal and wine, as well as access to exclusive coking demos and a national broadcast featuring a lineup of James Beard Foundation friends, chefs, and special guests.
You can view the full menu here and purchase tickets to this amazing event here.
The James Beard Foundation is a non-profit working to celebrate, nurture, and honor chefs and other leaders making America’s food culture more diverse, sustainable, and delicious. For more information, visit jamesbeard.org.