Dinner and a Show... at HOME! May 1, 2020
Friday, May 1, 2020
Dinner and a Show… at Home Week 2: May 1, 2020
The Downtown Hendersonville program is teaming up with the Arts Council of Henderson County and local restaurants to give everyone a downtown experience while maintaining a safe social distance!
The Arts Council of Henderson County launched the virtual open mic night on March 27 and has been going strong every Friday from 7-8pm on Facebook Live. To further the collaboration, the Arts Council and Downtown Program partnered up to support local restaurants and local artists each week, kicking off April 24, 2020.
Dinner and a Show… at Home features a meal from The French Broad or Black Bear Coffee, and craft beer from Sanctuary Brewing. Order with either restaurant, prepay, and arrange pickup before the 7pm show at home.
Sanctuary Brewing will offer growler and crowler pickup from 2-7pm
Sanctuary's current hours for pickup are:
The French Broad (www.thefrenchbroad.net)has their full menu available, and a special meal just for the night! This week's special is Sausage, Kale & White Bean Soup with Gourmet Grilled Cheese $12 per order.
To order: Call (828) 595-9797 during business hours
Pickup: Pick up all items at The French Broad. 342 N. Main Street.
Black Bear Coffee (www.blackbear.coffee) has a “build your own meal” with a selection of starters ($6): Hummus & crudités, Ploughman Platter, or Spinach & artichoke dip; Entrees ($10): Buffalo chicken wrap w/chips, Roast beef Panini w/chips, or Chicken Caesar Salad; and Dessert Duos( $7): Cookies, Profiteroles, Chocolate mousse. Get a full meal for 2 that includes a choice of one starter, 2 entrees and 1 dessert for $33; or for 4 that includes 1 starter, 4 entrees and 2 desserts for $54. Add a bottle of wine or 64oz growler for $20.
To order: Call (828) 692-6333, Thursday @ 4pm
Pickup: Call before arrival on Friday. Pick up at the front door or request curbside.
Henderson County Virtual Open Mic Night:
Each Friday at 7 PM, on the Arts Council of Henderson County Facebook page, artists are given a platform to share their work, collect virtual tips, and gain new followers/fans. This community event was created to help bring joy to the residents of Henderson County during the Stay At Home order and give artists an opportunity to do what they do best. The event has evolved from a couple of artists prerecorded to multiple performers, free advertisements to local businesses, a live stream event, and now dinner and drinks. We encourage you to grab your favorite local beer, share the video, and start a watch party. If you have a dollar or two to spare for a local artist, that would be appreciated; if not, this event is here to help you through this tough time. We will be together again soon but until then the Virtual Open Mic night is here to keep our community together while we are apart.
Links: Arts Council of Henderson County: https://www.facebook.com/artscouncilofhc/
Downtown Hendersonville: https://www.facebook.com/DowntownHendersonville/