Take a journey around the world without leaving Louisville at Winston’s Restaurant and Sullivan University on Thursday, Nov. 6, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The evening of international food and wine pairings will benefit Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana.
Upon arrival at Winston’s, 3101 Bardstown Rd., guests will receive a boarding pass to navigate six rooms representing countries including Portugal, Italy and France to taste traditional dishes and drinks.
“We are happy to support the work of Junior Achievement and their efforts to enhance student education,” said Winston’s service manager Mary Wheatley. “Providing a wide variety of experiential learning opportunities for our staff and students at the university is what we are all about. This event will provide those opportunities and benefit the next generation of students via Junior Achievement. That just makes you feel good.”
Kentucky author and Sullivan professor Albert Schmid will also be available to sign his book The Old Fashioned which attendees can purchase.
Tickets are $50 per person and are partially tax deductible. Admission includes a bourbon cocktail, wines and more than a dozen tastings from several Sullivan University chefs including John Castro from Winston’s, Jon Kell and chef Robin Richardson of The Bakery. For $15 more, guests can visit the VIP travel lounge to enjoy the flavors of Australia with a tasting of port and sparkling wines, served with a regional dish.
Purchase tickets by calling 502-456-0980 or online at winstonsoflouisville.com.