Pirates of the Low Country
Historical Gala raises funds for the Savannah Ocean Exchange
The world famous historic Pirates' House restaurant, founded in 1753, announced today a special event: " Pirates of the Lowcountry" the fundraising historical gala to be held Tues, Sept 20 from 6-8 PM. "We were honored to help the Savannah Ocean Exchange achieve its goals" stated Cathy Colasanto, Director of Operations for Turner Food & Spirits Co. which owns six Savannah restaurants including the Pirates' House. The Pirates' House is the oldest Tavern restaurant in Georgia and the 3rd oldest tavern in the entire USA. "The Pirates' House is an integral part of Savannah's ocean history and we are delighted to have a signature event at this Savannah institution. " stated Howard Morrison, one of the Founders of the Savannah Ocean Exchange. The Pirates of the Lowcountry is part of the month long series of events sponsored by the Savannah Ocean Exchange. The public is invited to come out and enjoy a fun filled evening to celebrate the ocean heritage of our coastal city.
Gala Highlights include:
•Historical Menu: Costumed pirates serving historically accurate cuisine celebrating the 250+ years of Low Country cooking from 1753-2011
•Wine tasting of speciality wines from local and international vineyards,
•History of Low Country Pirates by Dr. Solomon Smith, professor at Georgia Southern University, Rabble Rousing presentation on the life and times of Blackbeard and Ann Bonny -the lady pirate !
•Book signing by Tarrin Lupo, local author of Pirates of Savannah.
Individual tickets: $ 55 each
Corporate Sponsor Table of 8: $400 ($55-$5 discount= $50 per ticket)
All guests receive VIP Gift bag of Savannah local gifts & coupons with total value at over $100.
Call Scott West at 912-349-2427 for more info: or visit us online at:
Pirates of the Low Country Gala Facebook Event Page
The Pirates' House Website
or visit The Pirates' House restaurant at 20 East Broad Street, Savannah GA 31401
For More info, please call Scott West 912-349-2427.