Columbia, S.C. (September 10, 2018) — Terra, which specializes in Chef Mike Davis’s simple, seasonal and sustainable fare, will host “Slow Sips at Terra,” a benefit for Slow Food Columbia on Thursday, Sept. 13, from 5 -7 p.m. The event will be held on the patio at Terra (100 State Street, West Columbia) and is free and open to the public.
Slow Sips at Terra attendees will learn more about the Columbia Slow Food chapter and Slow Food Columbia’s current projects. Chef Mike Davis and his staff are creating a special appetizer and cocktail for the event. Proceeds from sales of these will benefit Slow Food Columbia’s Art of Taste school garden and other projects. Attendees will also learn more about setting their own dues on Slow Food USA’s Give-What-You-Can Day.
Special appetizer and cocktail for Slow Sips at Terra:
- Bradford Watermelon al Pastor: Adobo-rubbed watermelon with radish, cilantro and cucumber salad with queso fresco.
- Slow Food Spritz: A Southern riff on a classic Venetian Spritz. Six and Twenty (Powdersville, S.C.) 5-Grain Bourbon made with local South Carolina grains rounds out a base of house made cocoa nib aperitivo, Carpano Bianco Sweet White Vermouth, and Highwire Distilling's (Charleston) Southern Amaro. This drink is built over ice and topped generously with JP. Chenet Blanc de Blanc Brut, garnished with a flag of fresh orange.
Additionally, Slow Food Columbia members will get half-off discounts on appetizers and glasses of JP. Chenet Blanc de Blanc Brut.
Reservations are not required for attendance and Slow Sips at Terra attendees are encouraged to stay for dinner at Terra. To learn more about this event, visit SlowFoodCola.org.
Terra is located just over the Gervais Street bridge at 100 State Street in West Columbia. To learn more about Terra, visit TerraSC.com or call (803) 791-3443 to make a reservation. Visit Terra on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter: @TerraSC.