Over 30 restaurants, 500 guests and one mechanical bull helped make DineSouth 2011 the greatest food event in Savannah to date. Famous foodie Jamie Deen and his family hosted the party, while a pack of farm animals, provided by The Hunter Cattle Co., helped partygoers get in the mood for a true Southern soiree.
The event was also the release of South’s Food and Famous Folks Issue, which covers some of the most interesting people and culinary artists in the city. The Salt Table was proud to be one of the participants.
At about 9:00 minutes into the video Jamie Deen interviews Steffan Legasse, The Salt Table’s store manager. Steffan was dressed as a mountain climber and miner while handing out 200-Million-Year-Old Himalayan Salt Chunks to every customer, including Jamie. These salt chunks are among the best sellers at The Salt Table..
During the evening the 500 guest voted for their favorites … The Salt Table tied for first place! A really good time with proceeds going to The Second Harvest.
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