ArtFeast – A Sensory Explosion

Last night we had the inaugural ArtFeast dinner at the gallery, and it was by far one of the most unique and special evenings I’ve ever had at the gallery.

Lori Vrba and Wisteria Restaurant chef Jason Hill collaborated on a menu that fit her photography perfectly – shrimp and grits, iron-skillet cornish hen, beef tenderloin with a mountain of braised greens mac and cheese, whoopie pies and ice cream for dessert. I will be full (and blissfully happy) for a week.

ArtFeast is by invitation only, and we had the most amazing table of guests.  Laughter, delicious food, gorgeous art – it couldn’t have been better.

Read more about it on Atlantamagazine.com’s food column, Covered Dish!

And some pictures (thank you to John Ramspott!). . .

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