This is a Seated Brunch, with a cocktail hour followed by a four course meal with paired beverages, featuring 4+ chefs and several craft beverage makers.
More than one third of all LGBTQ+ Americans live in the South, and it’s time to celebrate that. Join us for a drag brunch in honor of Appalachian Pride and a hopeful look into a world in which the human rights of LGBTQ+ persons are respected so that they are able to live with dignity: free from discrimination, persecution, and violence. This lively event will feature a fabulous cocktail hour, featuring local drag performers, followed by a beautifully crafted meal. With each course, Andrew Magazine will engage in conversation with each chef about their own personal stories about identity and equality, and how they have found family and community through cooking.
Moderator: Andrew Magazine - Applied Anatomist, butcher by trade, dancer by training, and permaculturist by necessity
Featured Chefs/Restaurants: J Chong - J Chong Eats, Michelle Bailey - Smoky Park Supper Club, Terri Terrell - Freelance Chef/The Clarksdale, Michele Gentille - Food Stylist/Private Chef/Pastry Chef, Disco - Gospel Ice Cream, Lex Walton - Layered by Lex
Chow Chow events are 21+ except for Sunday Supper Series.