Featuring six chef-attended stations, local craft beer, and live music
For Immediate Release
April 5, 2018 - CHARLESTON, S.C. - Holy City Hospitality, one of Charleston’s largest locally-owned hospitality groups, is proud to announce the spring installment of the Taste of Hutson Alley on Thursday, April 26 from 6-9 p.m.
The celebration will take place under the lights of the historic alleyway with chef-attended stations from six restaurants, dessert samplings from Good Food Catering, local craft beer from Holy City Brewing and live music provided by One Kool Blow.
Menu highlights include:
39 Rue de Jean
· Black pepper panisse frites with preserved lemon persillade
Coast Bar and Grill
Baja fish tacos with guacamole, citrus slaw, and tropical salsa
Michael's on the Alley
Seared ahi tuna with pickled cucumber, espelette pepper, and mirin aioli
The Victor Social Club
· Pineapple grilled pork with Latin flatbread
Chilled seafood salad caprese with basil and tomatoes
Virginia's on King
Carolina jambalaya with smoked pork, andouille sausage, chicken confit, and rice
Good Food Catering
· White chocolate mousse with a strawberry
· Key lime tartlets with fresh raspberry
Guests will be greeted with a glass of champagne at the John St. entrance to Hutson Alley. Included in the ticket price, attendees are welcome to enjoy a specialty rum cocktail from The Victor Social Club, local craft beer from Holy City Brewing, and red or white wine from Republic National Distributing Company (RNDC). Tickets are now available for $75, and all attendees must be 21 or older. For additional information and to purchase tickets, visit the event website.
About Hutson Alley
Hutson Alley is a historic winding pathway between John and Hutson Streets in downtown Charleston. Adorned with fig ivy, vintage lanterns and palmetto trees, the alley is home to five Holy City Hospitality establishments including the famed 39 Rue de Jean, Coast Bar and Grill, Michael’s on the Alley, The Victor Social Club and Vincent Chicco’s. Also located adjacent to the alley on the corner of Hutson and King Streets is Virginia’s on King.
About Holy City Hospitality
Founded in 2001 by Michael Bennett, Holy City Hospitality is one of Charleston’s largest locally-owned hospitality companies dedicated to inspiring memorable experiences through inventive ingredients and gracious service. Holy City Hospitality consists of Michael’s on the Alley, 39 Rue de Jean, Coast Bar and Grill, Vincent Chicco’s, and The Victor Social Club, all located on Hutson Alley. The alley is a quaint hidden gem in the heart of Charleston’s peninsula, with Virginia’s on King just around the corner. Additional restaurants include 39 Rue De Jean in Savannah, along with Good Food Catering and the Historic Rice Mill, a waterfront event space in downtown Charleston. For more information, call 843-725-5959 or visit www.holycityhospitality.com. Fans can also follow Holy City Hospitality on Twitter and Instagram.