Saturday, September 19, 2015
Revival’s Andreas Müller Among Chefs Piling it On at Decatur’s Dinner Party in the Historic Decatur Cemetery September 19
Those seeking an unusual place to sup on Saturday, September 19 will dig feasting at Decatur’s Dinner Party in the historic Decatur Cemetery. Andreas Müller of Revival is among the posse of Decatur’s star chefs and local, organic farmers gathering to set forth a multi-course, family style meal rich with Global Growers produce. Guests will enjoy handcrafted cocktails, locally crafted beer and a superb wine selection at the third-annual dinner, and they’ll be able to shop silent and live auctions for one-of-a-kind experiences and gifts. Nonprofit Global Growers reaps all proceeds to direct toward creating opportunities in sustainable agriculture, training farmers and providing economic opportunities. Decatur’s Kitchen Garden and Umurima (Burundi Women’s Farm) are two such projects. History buffs should note that one section of the peaceful, 54-acre cemetery dates back to 1823 and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. Click here for the dirt on buying tickets for the 6-10 p.m. event; $150 per person or $1,200 to reserve a table for eight guests.