The Service Guild’s annual Gourmet Dinners Event will be Nov. 20 at homes and venues throughout the Birmingham metro area.
This year’s theme, “Living Our Legacy,” celebrates the work of the guild, which supports the Bell Center for Early Intervention, a facility that works with children at risk for developmental delay.
The Gourmet Dinners Event gives guests the opportunity to enjoy dinners prepared by some of the most celebrated chefs in the Birmingham area while supporting the children of the Bell Center.
The Service Guild anticipates seating 800 guests at the dinner. Each dinner will have its own theme, and menus will be varied.
Featured dinners include one at 3509 Salisbury Road with the theme “‘Tradition’ Al Fare: An Evening Honoring the Legacy of the Southeastern Conference.” Sixty guests will be served, and food will be prepared by the Bright Star.
Another featured dinner will be at 1079 Greystone Court with the theme “The Best of the West,” serving 36 guests and offering a Mexican-themed cuisine prepared by Virginia Wilson Volman.
This year, a special event will precede the dinners. Bromberg’s in Mountain Brook will host “Taste of Wedgwood” at 5 p.m. with special guest Lord Piers Wedgwood. Guests will have the opportunity to socialize and have cocktails and hors d’oeuvres before the dinners.
For more information, contact Kristie Stewart, Gourmet Dinner chairman, at 936-0265 or HYPERLINK “mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org”email@example.com or visit HYPERLINK “http://www.theserviceguild.org/”www.theserviceguild.org.