Anne Quatrano is widely held to be one of the country’s greatest chefs. Her meticulous attention to detail dovetails seamlessly with her devotion to freshness, flavor and simplicity. Anne has – since her earliest days – prided herself in using locally grown seasonal and organic produce, much of which is from her own organic gardens. Together with her husband, award-winning chef Clifford Harrison, she operates four of Atlanta, GA’s most celebrated restaurants – Bacchanalia, Floataway Café and Little Bacch as well as a cook’s market, Star Provisions.
One of Bitter Southerner’s best southern albums of 2016 and heard on NPR’s All Things Considered, Nashville singer/songwriter Becky Warren weaves a compelling musical narrative rooted in her own life experiences and the rich sounds of Americana and rock & roll. Becky joins us while touring widely in support of her latest release, War Surplus including full-band stints with the Indigo Girls.
In 1926, a group of chefs and musicians in Atlanta gathered in the tower of the Sears & Roebuck building in Atlanta, GA to put on a radio broadcast called Dinner Bell; it lasted only two years.
In the spirit of reviving this great collaboration, we invite you to join us on July 16th at the new Bacchanalia for a very special Dinner Bell experience. Acclaimed Chef Anne Quatrano will be preparing a unique, 5 course meal that will surely stun the senses. Quiet Hounds is also honored to be joined by Nashville songwriter, Becky Warren.
Seating is limited. $125 Ticket includes live music and dinner (alcohol not included).
This event is pre-sale only. No tickets available at the door. Dress is casual. Doors open at 7pm and dinner will be served at 8pm, please be on time.