Dinner at Auldbrass
A visit to Auldbrass Plantation in Yemassee, South Carolina, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939, provides a singular Wright experience like no other. Beautifully restored by its owner, movie producer Joel Silver, the multi-building estate is very rarely open to the public. On March 10, 2018, the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy will host a private tour of the grounds followed by a gourmet dinner inside the main house. In the spirit of the South, chef Robert Volz will create a dinner featuring local ingredients paired with the world’s most sought-after bourbon, Pappy Van Winkle. “Pappy Van Winkle doesn’t advertise; they not only sell out each year but connoisseurs and collectors have been known to spend the night in front of their liquor store for the opportunity to purchase a bottle. This meal is being carefully thought out to showcase local Southern ingredients and to showcase this rare and exquisite bourbon,” says Volz.
Seating is strictly limited to 20 people and this event is expected to sell out. Tickets are $1,700 per person ($1,450 is tax deductible) with all proceeds benefiting the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy. Register online now.