Adam Brothers Music & Coffeehouse and the Owl Creek Gazette, both Greenville businesses, have partnered to present a unique event Friday, October 17.
Their “Taste of History” dinner will be held at 7:00 p.m. that evening at Adam Brothers and will consist of a Colonial era meal and Revolutionary War era music.
“We’ve got a lot of different recipes that Don Stover [from the Owl Creek Gazette] and I will be cooking that are Colonial recipes out of a cookbook called The City Tavern, which is one of the places where our founding fathers would gather and have meals together and things like that,” Jes Adam of Adam Brothers Music & Coffeehouse told WGEL. “So we’re going to be recreating some of those dishes and sharing that with the community. It’s going to be kind of fall-themed as well. It’s going to be a great time.”
Tickets for the “Taste of History” event are $25 per person or $45 per couple and may be purchased at Adam Brothers or the Owl Creek Gazette office, both located on Second Street in Greenville. Tickets must be purchased by Wednesday, October 15.