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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Eat meat for a good cause

Here's a good opportunity to try a new restaurant and help support the Atlanta Community Food Bank:

Abattoir Chophouse, the sixth venture from celebrated Chefs and Restaurateurs Anne Quatrano and Clifford Harrison, will host Supper Club to benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank’s Atlanta’s Table on Tuesday, August 11. Quatrano and Harrison, along with Chef and Partner Joshua Hopkins, invite Atlantans to experience this “meatcentric” concept with a menu that is based around “whole animal cuisine,” a term referring to Quatrano’s use of every functional piece of the animal.

Supper Club is a monthly event that allows diners the convenience of enjoying a meal at some of Atlanta’s hottest restaurants while supporting their community.  Each month, a different restaurant serves as host, and 20 percent of the evening’s proceeds benefit Atlanta’s Table, the prepared food rescue project of the Food Bank.

A more casual dining experience than Quatrano and Harrison’s other culinary destinations, Bacchanalia and Floataway Café, Abattoir is located at 1170 Howell Mill Road within the White Provision building that was originally a meat packing plant in the 1940s and ‘50s. Read Besha Rodell's review to learn more about the restaurant.

Supper Club was created in the late 1990s to celebrate the partnership between Atlanta’s Table and Atlanta’s hospitality community.  Atlanta’s Table, a project of the Food Bank, provides approximately 40,000 pounds of prepared food for Atlanta’s hungry each month.  With sponsorship from Ethic Inc., Jezebel magazine, TrendCRM and 92.9 dave fm, Atlanta’s Table Supper Club generates funds to ensure continued operations of the project.  For more information about Supper Club, visit www.ACFB.org, or contact Daphne Hill at 678.553.5996 or daphne.hill@ACFB.org.

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