Cul~terra Dinner Series with WCVE: Monday, November 12th | 6 pm - 9 pm Enjoy an intimate, five course dinner with WCVE at Courthouse Creek Cider in Scott’s
Cul~terra Dinner Series with WCVE:
Monday, November 12th | 6 pm – 9 pm
Enjoy an intimate, five course dinner with WCVE at Courthouse Creek Cider in Scott’s Addition. Like WCVE, this dinner celebrates all things local: local food, local culture, and local historical traditions as part of Courthouse Creek Cider’s Cul~terra* dinner series in partnership with Slow Food RVA.
This locally-focused meal will feature dishes prepared by acclaimed chefs including Chef Andrew Manning of Longoven, Chef Michael Stotler of Stotler’s Home Cooking, Chef Bo Catoe of Southbound and Alewife, Justin Burchill of Rappahannock Restaurant and J Frank of The Berkeley Hotel.
Each course will be perfectly paired with a delicious Courthouse Creek Cider, including a pawpaw cider made specially for WCVE and foraged locally in Ashland, VA by Heather and Nate Simon of BigTree.
For this dinner, Slow Food RVA—the local chapter of a national movement focused on educating the public on local food and food traditions—will provide additional depth and perspective to the shared meal.
This ticketed event is only available as a thank you gift at the $100 member level. Tickets purchased through WCVE. One $100 donation is a ticket for the event which includes the five course meal paired with cider. Attendees can purchase additional cider at the dinner separately.
Seating is very limited.
*Cul~terra is a philosophy that encourages focus on the culture of the land on which we live. Courthouse Creek Cider’s Cul~terra Series seeks to foster understanding, interacting with, and interpreting our community, as well as the land we inhabit, enriching our knowledge of the world immediately around us.
Courthouse Creek Cider is a working orchard/farm and cidery, based in Maidens, VA. They are dedicated to a natural approach of making cider, with minimal intervention, little to no sulfite additions and no filtering. Courthouse Creek Cider is the vision of a family sharing common goals and values, blended together to produce locally-sourced, heartfully crafted, Virginia cider.
Slow Food RVA is a non-profit focused on promoting sustainability and biodiversity by reconnecting our community with “the people, traditions, plants, animals, fertile soils and waters that produce our regional food.”
HOURS: In the City | Richmond
Our entrance is around back through the alley.
HOURS: On the Farm | Maidens
(Monday) 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Courthouse Creek Cider | RICHMOND
3300 W Broad St | Richmond, VA (enter through alley)