Thank you to everyone who made the 2019 Bourbon Festival and Auction a success! It was a weekend full of food, music, bourbon and dancing that raised over $140,000 for Move on Up Mississippi!
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Mardis Gras time! We’re offering king cakes (large and small) as well as king cake donuts! Order yours before March 4.
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Order delicious sweets right from our Main Event Catering kitchen for Valentine’s Day! Macarons, truffles, cookies and more are offered in large or small boxes and a la carte.
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Give the gift of City Grocery this holiday season! We’ve got boxes featuring some downright delicious food and merch. Click here for the order form!
We will be hosting ‘Sip Style, a Mississippi Food and Sonoma/Napa Wine Experience on January 14, 2019. Join our own John Currence and Ralph Taylor of City Grocery, Patrick Krutz of Krutz Family Cellars and Dan Kosta of Aldenalli for an unforgettable eventing.
Save the date and call us to book your table!
City Grocery Catering and The Main Event can provide all your catering needs for Ole Miss tailgating in your Grove tent. Be the envy of all Ole Miss fans with delicious dishes from our restaurants. We cook your food on the day of the game, as close to your pick up time as possible, to ensure freshness and quality.
What started here in Oxford is now taking the south by storm! Big Bad Breakfast has grown to include three locations in Alabama (Birmingham, Homewood, Florence) and one in Inlet Beach, FL with Charleston, SC on the horizon. Head over to the new big bad website for details and check out this recent profile on Eater.
The Oxford Bourbon Festival & Auction is a three day celebration of all things bourbon, with dinners, tastings and an auction where you can bid to own rare bourbons by the bottle and perhaps a custom-bottled barrel of your own. Proceeds from the weekend benefit Move on Up Mississippi. For tickets and more information, visit www.oxfordbourbonfest.com.
“…And while the town may be known primarily for two things, books and football, there’s much more to see and do. Cool shops, museums, and innovative chefs mean that the relatively tiny town (the population hovers just above 20,000) punches above its weight.”
Click here to read the whole article from Vouge.
“Atlanta Food & Wine Festival kicked off this weekend in the heart of Midtown at Loews Hotel and Peidmont Park. Hundreds of classes, wine dinners, parties and of course…meals were planned to highlight creativity in the kitchen. We took the impossibly hard job upon ourselves to eat and drink our way through Atlanta and pull together our Top Five festival highlights.”
Click here to read more about City Grocery Group’s Pastry Chef, Austin Agent’s time in Atlanta.