The Mills House & Amethyst Ganaway Collaboration Dinner
The Mills House Hosts a Dinner Honoring Black History Month and Gullah-Geechee Traditions
In celebration of Black History Month and benefiting Charleston non-profit BE Impactful, The Mills House will host Lowcountry native Chef Amethyst Ganaway for a collaborative culinary experience on Thursday, February 1, 2024.
Combining the region’s Gullah-Geechee traditions, The Mills House’s 170-year history, and chef Ganaway’s diverse background cooking among some of the top kitchens in the Holy City, guests will enjoy an intimate, six-course dinner at the hotel’s signature restaurant Iron Rose. Envisioned by chef Ganaway and Iron Rose chef Gary Mennie, the evening will begin with a welcome cocktail reception in the historic courtyard followed by a collaborative menu of traditional Lowcountry dishes with unique preparations. The evening will spotlight regional producers and local community partners, weaving a nuanced and richly layered narrative of Charleston’s Black culinary heritage, from past to present. Guests will enjoy a curated wine, beer, or cocktail pairing with each course.
Tickets are priced at $175 per person and include a welcome cocktail reception, followed by a six-course dinner with curated wine, beer, and liquor pairings guided by chef Amethyst and Iron Rose chef Gary Mennie. Tickets are available via Resy and a portion of proceeds will benefit local Charleston non-profit BE Impactful.