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Stirring The Pot: A Watermen And Whiskey Dinner

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Sunday, February 25, 2018 - 19:00
Sweetwater Cuisine
4216 Virginia Beach Boulevard
Virginia Beach

Stirring the Pot: A Watermen and Whiskey Dinner celebrates the legacy of Hampton Roads African-American Oystermen and Fishermen.

An innovative four course dinner features the traditional local catch of the Watermen of Hampton Roads, and each course will be paired with whiskey and spirits from Copper and Oak Craft Spirits.

Four leading and emerging Hampton Roads based African-American chefs will prepare the courses-

Kisha Frazier Owner/ Chef at Hummingbird Macarons & Desserts

Moe Stevenson Owner/Chef at My Mama's Kitchen

Christopher Skipper Chef/Owner at Chef Skip 757

Justin Freeman Cook at Alkaline

Special Guest Wisteria Perry of the Mariner's Museum and Park will speak about the history of Hampton Roads African-American Watermen, and Southern Grit Managing Editor Debra Freeman will speak about the Watermen of the Suffolk community of Hobson.

Menu-Oysters Rockefeller, Blue crabcakes on a bed of collard greens with savory cornbread, Fish stew, Dessert TBA

Photo courtesy of The Mariners' Museum and Park

4216 Virginia Beach Boulevard #140, Virginia Beach, VA 23452

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