belgian dinner anyone?


Hot from the press … a real 6-course Belgian Beer Dinner organized by Greenville Sister Cities International as part of the Upstate International Month will take place on Monday March 21st, 2016 at the Belgian tavern The Trappe Door [South Carolina].   Up to you to pick the Goût de France dinner [see recent article] close to home or hit a 150-mile drive [via I-85 N] for true Belgian delight!  Of course, you can do both!

Upstate International Month highlights the beauty of Greenville’s diverse community through musical and artistic performances, discussions, book talks, culinary experiences and much more during the month of March.  Take a look at their events calendar.  Greenville is ‘sister’ with the Belgian medieval city of Kortrijk since 1991, and their interactions include student exchange programs through Furman University and exchanges between local garden clubs.

The Trappe Door, is a Belgian tavern with an old-world vibe offering in its regular lunch menu [to name a few] Cheese Croquettes, Coq Au Vin, Carbonades Flamandes and as dessert Belgian Waffles and White Chocolate Profiteroles.  And I will take note of that restaurant for future travel plans!

Thank you beATLe Heidi for this info!

Logistics

  • Where –  The Trappe Door | 23 W Washington St, Greenville, SC 29601
  • When – Monday 21 March 2016 | 1st course will be served at 6.30 pm
  • Price – $75 per person – all included (food, drinks, taxes & gratuity)| $50 per person – if no alcohol
  • Registration – contact The Trappe Door at (864) 451-7490 | email

 

GSCI BBD 2016 Flyer

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One comment

  1. If you’re looking for Belgian cuisine, you can always try ours. We have Host Table for our guests when they check in, and then I always cook Belgian dishes.
    We have Themed dinners, every month different. We give American people the possibility to taste European food, while socializing with others.
    Private dinner or lunches on demand, up to 30 people.
    So if you want a Belgian dinner… just contact us.
    Kind regards,
    Els Rombaut

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