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Asheville’s Mike Moore to Guest Chef at The Oak Table August 28th

Set for Sunday, August 28th starting at 6:30PM, Executive Chef Todd R Woods and Sous Chef Charles Stricklin will collaborate with guest Chef Mike Moore from Blind Pig Supper Club and Etowah Smokehouse. Portions of the ticket sales will benefit Family Connection of SC. 

Originally from Eastern North Carolina, Mike Moore relocated to Asheville, NC from San Francisco in 2005 after spending two years of formidable culinary training in various San Francisco and Bay Area restaurants. Mike cooked and worked as chef in many Asheville and WNC area restaurants from The Market Place Restaurant, Lomo Grill, and Eagles Nest Foundation to The Admiral and eventually owner/chef of Seven Sows Bourbon & Larder in the span of a decade.

At the bud of an ever evolving and vibrant food scene in Asheville and Western North Carolina, Mike and his wife Darlene used community initiative to form The Blind Pig Supper Club In 2011. The Blind Pig hosts culinary focused events with a pay it forward business model and cooks with many independent and creative-minded chefs as well as volunteers from the community. A portion of proceeds from all events support a selected charitable cause. Each event is held in a undisclosed and unique location and menus for each supper are exclusive and support local farms and local economies with fresh food. In 2014, Mike was nominated for the Rising Star Community Chef Award in the Southeastern United States for the effective culinary philanthropic work of The Blind Pig Supper Club.

Family Connection of South Carolina is a statewide nonprofit organization that connects families of children with special healthcare needs or disabilities with helpful resources, support and education.

WHO: The Oak Table, 1221 Main Street

WHAT: Under the Table Dinner 

WHEN: Sunday, August 28th at 6:30PM

HOW: $68 per person plus gratuity

Tickets available on Eventbrite, Facebook or by calling the restaurant. 

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