SEPTEMBER 24 | SEPTEMBER 25 | 6PM - 9PM
Crab Legs, Shrimp, Smoked Sausage, Corn-on-the-Cob, Red Potatoes, Lemons with
Texas Pete Hot Sauce
Coleslaw & Hushpuppies
Southern Banana Pudding
Designed by our very own Master Mixologist, Jordan Keiper.
Summer Strawberry Mojito
Slow-roasted brown sugar strawberries muddled with local mint, fresh lime juice and rum topped off with fever tree soda water.
What could be better? We all need some moments of pleasure right now and we all want to help those around us who are unable to provide enough food to feed their families.
So, Providence Catering, a program of the Second Harvest Food Bank, and WinMock at Kinderton are expanding on their existing partnership by opening a Pop-Up Restaurant Series.
Our goals are simple: provide funds to provide food for our neighbors facing hunger, provide work for Providence team members, and provide you with a great meal in a safe, clean, and healthy environment.
Chef Jeff Bacon and his culinary team have developed a special “Most Good Dinner” menu featuring summer inspired entrees , and drink packages. WinMock will offer indoor and outdoor seating on their large terraces along with live music and plenty of space for social distancing. Our team of catering and event professionals will observe all recommended health and safety protocols so that you can dine with confidence.
This Pop-Up dining experience is created by the innovators who brought you HEARD Collaborative Café and Providence Culinary Training program. Proceeds from this dinner will go to support Second Harvest Food Bank's ongoing COVID response in our community.
Come and join us at WinMock!
The Most Good You Can Do With A Fork
Second Harvest’s innovative Providence programs are building lasting solutions to end hunger and poverty. Our work provides culinary and life skills training and opportunities to gain résumé building work experience that changes lives one recipe at a time.
Our Providence Culinary Training kitchen and classrooms are located in the heart of Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC’s warehouse, highlighting the connections between opportunity, health and good food. Providence’s social enterprises include a not-for-profit catering company, and a community meals program that provides healthy, prepared meals for children and seniors.
We invest in people to make individual lives better and make our communities thrive.
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