It’s been awhile since the last Triangle Foodie Tweetup, but I am happy to announce the Fall Tweetup will take place at Piedmont Restaurant in Downtown Durham, from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012.
Are you a foodie on Twitter and live in the Triangle area? Join hosts Piedmont @PiedmontDurhwm and Johanna Kramer, author of Food Lovers’ Guide to Raleigh, Durham & Chapel Hill (@durhamfoodie) for the Fall Triangle Foodie Tweetup! Follow the conversation using the hashtag #TriFoodietweetup
This is a great opportunity to meet your favorite food, beer and wine bloggers and fellow triangle area foodies. Tickets are $6 (plus Brown Paper Ticket and paypal fees).
Harris Robinette grilled flank steak, on rosti potato, charred sweet onion, chimichurri
Prodigal Farm goat slider, grilled brioche bun, piperade, pickled squash
Roasted Chioga Beet tartine, sourdough crostini,Prodigal farm chevre, Anson Mills farro bianca, cutting celery, maple-sherry vinaigrette
Coon Rock Farm pork chili, kabucho squash, Anson Mills red peas, preserved tomato, creme friache
Elemental Chocolate pudding
About Piedmont (via website)
Piedmont is first and foremost about the food and the ingredients with respect to the connection between the land and the plate. The cuisine is Contemporary American, seasonally focused and ingredient driven. Our menu changes daily based on what is currently available. Our mission is to provide access to well prepared, sustainably raised, local food. We use only local produce, seafood and meats from sustainable businesses to showcase the diversity of North Carolina foodstuffs. We focus on sourcing the best ingredients from local, sustainable producers with our guide being Coon Rock Farm. We are an elegantly casual restaurant that welcomes both the everyday diner as well as the special occasion gathering.
Click Here to visit the Brown Paper Tickets event page.