• Laurel Contributor

September is for Oysters

by Luke Osteen

Did the summer season race by too fast for you? Was there just not enough joy in this most hectic season?

Well, The Farm at Old Edwards is offering a unique cure for those post-summer blues, courtesy of an unassuming invertebrate the size of a half-dollar.

The Farm at Old Edwards welcomes Kimball House Restaurant Owner and Oyster Expert Bryan Rackley along with Owner and Beverage Director Miles Macquarrie and his buzz-worthy-and James Beard-nominated boozy creations for a rollicking party, from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. Sunday, September 22.

An oyster roast and raw bar will pique your palate for more deliciousness, like a strolling flavor extravaganza featuring tasty foods inspired by the Kimball House menu – such as Oyster Stew over a Cowboy Cauldron, Beef Carpaccio and Crudo, Fresh Fish-Fry Bites and more. Stepping up the action for the afternoon will be lawn games, live music and cocktails with Kimball House mixologists.

Also joining the fun (and bringing the oysters!) will be White Stone Oyster Co., which has earned a national reputation for deep-cupped, sweet and meaty oysters from Chesapeake Bay, Virginia.

Cost of this unforgettable event is $160 per person, plus tax and gratuity.

Call (828) 787-2635 or (828) 787-2916 to reserve your seats. Also, check overnight lodging availability (not included in ticket price).

Join the Chefs’ Inner Circle! Book the Chefs in the House Dinner Series and receive a personal gift from Bryan Rackley, Todd Richards and David Bancroft to take home.

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