$150 per couple.
Limit of three couples per evening
Immerse yourself in the 1860s. From drinks in the parlor to a period dinner in our exquisite dining room, even the conversation is period perfect. Your hosts, Colonel and Mrs. Myers, provide an unforgettable evening of social graces and warm, Southern hospitality.
Your 1860s evening begins as you are greeted at the door by Colonel and Mrs. Myers. After introductions, we'll move to the formal parlor for drinks and 1860s parlor games. Most of our dinners bring history to life by focusing on a specific day in the 1860s, allowing for lively discussion of events and popular culture of the time. When dinner is served, we move to the elegant dining room for a period meal and demonstration of antebellum table etiquette. We strive to use locally produced food with an emphasis on what was grown or available in the 1860s Black Belt – updated, of course, for the 21st-century palate.
Following the final course, the ladies will retire to the parlor for a glass of sherry and conversation while the men enjoy cigars and brandy night caps.
We'll be in 1860s attire, and you are welcome to dress authentically as well. We have some clothing to loan, or you can simply wear what is now called "business attire."
To reserve your Old South Dinner experience contact us at 334-682-9569 or Tammy@PleasantRidge1838.com