Monthly Archives: September 2013

First Annual Charity Event Benefiting Bert’s Big Adventure

Image

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and a few chefs are teaming up to give it the respect it deserves. Famed Atlanta based chefs, chef Suzanne Vizethann of Buttermilk Kitchen, chef Ron Eyester of Rosebud, …The Family Dog and Timone’s, chef Keith Schroeder of High Road Craft and chef Zeb Stevenson will join forces to benefit Bert’s Big Adventure on October 3. Bert’s Breakfast for Dinner, a 5-course chef tasting with pairings, including a pre-meal cocktail from American Spirit Whiskey, will take place at Buttermilk Kitchen on October 3 at 6:30 p.m.

“We are excited to partner with such a wonderful, Atlanta-based charity,” says Suzanne Vizethann, owner and executive chef at Buttermilk Kitchen. “This is a great opportunity to support Bert’s Big Adventure, and who doesn’t love bacon for dinner?!”

Proceeds from the dinner will benefit Bert’s Big Adventure, a nonprofit organization that provides a magical, all-expenses-paid, five-day journey to Walt Disney World to children with chronic and terminal illnesses and their families. Tickets to Bert’s Breakfast for Dinner are $65, which includes the 5-course chef tasting with pairings. Tickets are limited

TO PURCHASE TICKETS, CLICK HERE

Check Out The New Artwork on Our Wall on Your Next Visit

Image

Image

Image

Blair Mann 

blairmannart.com

Blair Ison Mann is a native of Atlanta, Georgia and has a lifelong fascination with art, an enormous love of color, and an impulse to create. She responds to nature with delight. She loves the expression of life and joy she finds in the world around us and would like to share this expression. Blair is always seeking, always searching and striving to do this in a fresh way. Her curiosity about the world and her delight in travel and exotic places certainly help to expand her creative activities and sensibilities.
On canvas she has worked in acrylics, oil, and . Blair has worked in pastels and with clay. She has studied at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, in Paris, and in Florence, Italy. Her long term teacher and mentor was Ouida Canaday, and others have included Ben Smith, Debra Fritts, Bill Bohlin, Dolores Kennedy, Charles Sovek, Bob Rohm, Guido Frick,  Ann Templeton, Carol Marine, Nancy Franke, and Romel de la Torre.
Blair’s works in ceramics have been shown through the Abstein Gallery in Atlanta, the Loretta Goodwin Gallery in Birmingham, Alabama, and the Gallery in Clayton, Georgia. She enjoyed much success at Henri Bendel in . She was featured in the Lifestyle section of the Atlanta Journal/Constitution in 1997, and was the featured artist at the Trinity Schools Art Auction in Atlanta in 1998. Her work was photographed and commented upon for the 1996 Artists and Graphic Designers reference book. In 1994 her work on canvas was featured in the Atlanta Artists Association Traveling show where she won an honorable mention award.
Blair continues to study and paint in oils, studio and , as well as continuing to develop an interest in pastel expression. Currently and for several years she has been studying figure painting with Atlanta’s renowned Marc Chatov, pastel figure painting with Margaret Dyer, and with plein aire painter Jim Richards.
Her hope is to relate something of herself to other people, to forever remain open to and thrilled by the ongoing process of making art, to always seek and be learning, and to keep a youthful enthusiasm, though wizened in her work.

Pictures from last night’s Fried Chicken Dinner…

Thursday, September 12th

Name tags from our friends at Charlotte Lane

09-12-13 Name Tags

09-12-13 Name Tags Back Side

 

First Course: WEDGE Salad ~ iceberg, sungold tomatoes, candied pork belly, scallions, avocado and blue cheese dressing

09-12-13 Salad 1

 

Second Course: “EGG McMUFFIN” ~ egg whites, cheddar foam, country ham chip and English muffin croutons

09-12-13 Egg McMuffin

 

Third Course: Southern Fried Chicken with Slow Lake Pole Beans and Cream Corn Fritters

09-12-13 Fried Chicken

Fourth Course: Key Lime Mousse Pie with sea salt caramel and topped with graham cracker meringue

09-12-13 Key Lime Mousse Pie

Now Taking Reservations for Fried Chicken Dinner on Thursday, October 17th!!

Image

 

Thank you to everyone who made it out to our Fried Chicken Dinner last night!

We are now taking reservations for next month’s Fried Chicken Dinner

Thursday, August 8th. Four-Course Meal $45

Reservations begin at 6pm and continue in 15 minute  increments until 8:30pm

This dinner sells out quickly. Don’t miss out!

BYOB – Beer and Wine Please ~ No Cork Fee!!
72 Hour Cancellation Notice Required on all Reservations

Please email info@buttermilkkitchen.com with your full name, cell phone number, total number in your party, desired reservation time(s) and credit card number with expiration date.

 

Thank you!

BUTTERMILK KITCHEN SERVES UP “BERT’S BREAKFAST FOR DINNER” ~ October 3rd

Image

 

BUTTERMILK KITCHEN SERVES UP “BERT’S BREAKFAST FOR DINNER”
Chef Suzanne Vizethann, Chef Ron Eyester, Chef Keith Schroeder, and Chef Zeb Stevenson
Team Up with Bert’s Big Adventure

 

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and a few chefs are teaming up to give it the respect it deserves. Famed Atlanta based chefs, chef Suzanne Vizethann of Buttermilk Kitchen, chef Ron Eyester of Rosebud, The Family Dog and Timone’s, chef Keith Schroeder of High Road Craft and chef Zeb Stevenson will join forces to benefit Bert’s Big Adventure on October 3. Bert’s Breakfast for Dinner, a 5-course chef tasting with pairings, including a pre-meal cocktail from American Spirit Whiskey, will take place at Buttermilk Kitchen on October 3 at 6:30 p.m.

 
“We are excited to partner with such a wonderful, Atlanta-based charity,” says Suzanne Vizethann, owner and executive chef at Buttermilk Kitchen. “This is a great opportunity to support Bert’s Big Adventure, and who doesn’t love bacon for dinner?!”
 
Proceeds from the dinner will benefit Bert’s Big Adventure, a nonprofit organization that provides a magical, all-expenses-paid, five-day journey to Walt Disney World® to children with chronic and terminal illnesses and their families. Tickets to Bert’s Breakfast for Dinner are $65, which includes the 5-course chef tasting with pairings. Tickets are limited and can be purchased at http://breakfastfordinner.brownpapertickets.com/
 

FREE BATDORF & BRONSON BOTTOMLESS CUP OF COFFEE BETWEEN 8AM AND 10AM THIS MORNING!

Image

WANT TO KNOW MORE AND HELP OUR A WORTHY CAUSE? PLEASE CLICK HERE