The folks at Jones Valley have enlisted help from local and regional chefs including Clif Holt and Chad Schofield of Little Savannah, Tom Robey of Veranda on Highland and Stephen Stryjewski of Cochon Restaurant in New Orleansto produce some fine barbeque.
Theyve also recruited help from wine distributor International Wines and beermeisters Good People Brewing Company and Birmingham Budweiser to bring you a meal to remember. Besides taking care of that whole hog, the chefs will also be providing side dishes made with produce grown at Jones Valley Urban Farm. If thats not enough for ya, theres live music tooLou Wamp & Swing Shift will provide bluegrass music. Be there round 4:30 p.m.
Tickets are $50, or $45 in advance, $25 for children 11-15. Purchase tickets at the door or at Little Savannah Restaurant and Bar. Call them at (205) 591-1119 or visit them online at www.littlesavannah.com. The proceeds benefit Jones Valley Urban Farm, a non-profit organization that grows organic produce on three acres in downtown Birmingham and educates the community about healthy food.