Join the South Carolina Aquarium Sustainable Seafood Initiative and The Granary for the next Sustainable Seafood Dinner taking place Sunday, August 31, 2014 at 6 p.m.
Executive Chef Brannon Florie has created the four-course meal featuring fresh sustainable seafood that honors the bounty of the Lowcountry.
- Seafood charcuterie featuring wreckfish rillettes, pastrami cured salmon, cobia bologna, shrimp mousse, grain mustard, house pickles and sourdough bread paired with Palmetto Lager.
- Vermillion snapper Carpaccio with pickled mustard seeds, beets, pears, jalapenos, cilantro and pea tendrils paired with Palmetto Ginger Slap
- Surf and Turf featuring sous vide chorizo pork cheeks, clam ravioli, fennel puree, baby leeks and a clam emulsion paired with Palmetto Blonde
- Whole roasted trout with charred Brussels sprout, eggplant, baby Yukon potatoes, smoked celery root and salsa Verde with Palmetto Cherry Wood Smoked Malt Stout
- Dessert to be a surprise!
The Granary, one of Mount Pleasant’s hottest new restaurants, features farm-to-table fare in a beautiful dining room with a fully stocked bar highlighting craft cocktails. The restaurant pays homage to Chef Florie’s grandparents from whom he learned to farm and live off the land. The South Carolina Aquarium Sustainable Seafood Initiative program coordinator Shelley Dearhart will be present to share information with guests about sustainable seafood best practices and how to make wise choices when eating out and at home.
The four-course dinner takes place on Sunday August 31, 2014, at The Granary, located at 624 Long Point Road in Mount Pleasant. The dinner begins at 6 p.m. and is $75 per person plus tax and gratuity. Ten percent of the proceeds will be donated to the South Carolina Aquarium Sustainable Seafood Initiative. Space is limited, reservations are required, and the event is expected to sell out. For reservations contact The Granary at (843) 216-3830 or visit thegranarycharleston.com.