A gorgeous sunset, convivial atmosphere, jazzy music, and fantastic food: what more do you need to celebrate the beginning of October? Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 3, 2015 from 5:30-9:00 and join us at Nettles Creek Farm for a can’t-miss fall evening to benefit the Historic Virginia Land Conservancy.
Property owners David and Stephanie Allen are our hosts and we’ve brought in Chef Jeff Aczel of Custom Culinary Creations to roast the oysters and create a New Orleans-inspired menu to include po-boys, jambalaya, and praline bread pudding. We’ll have appropriate beverages and music by the SunRae Jazz Band. What a great opportunity to connect with old friends and make new acquaintances!
Many thanks to Middle Peninsula Insurance and Financial Services and BB&T Bank for underwriting this event!
Tickets are now available in limited number and are $100/person.
Tickets can be picked up at Will Call the night of the event.
Laissez les bons temps rouler!
The French Quarter Comes to Nettles Creek
- Oyster Po-boys
- Smoked Chicken and Sausage Jambalaya
- Creole Shrimp and Cheddar Grits
- Grilled Vegetables
- Praline Bread Pudding
- And, of course, fresh roasted oysters
- Wines selected from the cellars of the Williamsburg Winery
- Award winning Vienna Lager from Devils Backbone Brewing Company
- Seasonal favorite Oktoberfest from Legend Brewing Company
- Iced tea and lemonade
Folk from all walks of life came out in 2014 to enjoy the beauty of Nettles Creek
Fresh oysters and beverages are just the beginning.
Good friends and a great setting make for a special event.