New Coosa Connections!

chris-harrigan-2Join Coosa Riverkeeper and Stone’s Throw Bar & Grill on March 6th at 6 PM for a fabulous dinner! Tickets are available here for this one of a kind dinner!

Chef Chris Harrigan of Stone’s Throw Bar & Grill located in Mt. Laurel just off Yellow Leaf Creek is one of our newest Board members! We’re excited to share and highlight both of their connections to the Coosa River at this dinner! 

Hors D’oeuvres will be served with a special cocktail using Virginia Pine Needle and the 4 seated courses will be paired with wines (local craft beer pairing from Avondale Brewing Company is also available). $65 per plate, tax and gratuity included.

We look forward to sharing a meal with you and raising a glass to the river! Click here to buy your tickets today!

The Menu

Enjoy Hors D’oeuvres and socialize beginning at 6PM

  • Virginia Pine Needle cocktail
  • Alabama River Alligator Fritters
  • Nilgai Sausage Crostini
  • Buffalo Meat Balls

Guests will take their seats around 6:30PM for 4 seated courses

Sea Course: Alabama Bouillabaisse with Speckled Trout, Grouper and Red Snapper

Air Course: Quail, Pheasant, Chucker

Land Course: Venison with Wild Mushroom Pappardelle noodles

Sweet: McEwen & Sons Cornmeal Poundcake with Alabama Fruit Preserve and Honey Rosemary Ice Cream

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