Join us on Friday, March 23rd for our 6th Annual Oyster Roast! We are extending the event from our patio to include our main dining room and bar as well. No need to bring your mittens as you can enjoy freshly shucked Oysters or Chef Specials from the comfort of your table or our bar. The shucking will begin at 5:30 and go until we run out of oysters.
This year we are proudly donating 10% of our dinner sales restaurant-wide on March 23rd to The ALS Association North Carolina Chapter in memory of our Father, Frank Wheeler who passed May 20, 2017. We will continue to raise awareness for ALS and those families in our community who need our help.
We hope you’ll join us!
2018 Oyster Roast
10% of Sales to Benefit the ALS Association of North Carolina in Memory of Frank Wheeler
Friday, March 23rd, 2018
Main Dining Room, Bar, Patio (weather permitting)
5:30 pm – until we run out of oysters
Fire Roasted Jarrett Bay Oysters ($1.25 per oyster)
– Served with Drawn Butter, Cocktail Sauce, Rose-Pink Peppercorn Mignonette
Crab Stuffed Beignets
Tasso Ham Gravy, Picked Michael Walker Oyster Mushrooms,
“Low County Captain”
Curry Glazed Fried Quail Medallions, Pimento Cheese Grits, Roasted Tomato,
French Beans, Charred Scallion Cream, Root Vegetable Chutney, Toasted Sesame Seeds
Skillet Fried Carolina Catfish
Carolina Plantation Rice, Collard Greens, Louisiana Remoulade, Pickled Shrimp and Vegetables
Call 336-370-1266 to make your reservation today!
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We invite you to join the Wheeler Family and Friends at the Greensboro Walk to Defeat ALS on Saturday, April 7th 2018 in Center City Park in downtown Greensboro. [Details]
This 2 mile walk [Map & Directions] means together we can have a direct impact on those living with ALS in our community.
If you’d like to walk with the Wheeler Family and Friends you can join our team here.
Why We Need Your Help
Often referred to as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive, fatal neuromuscular disease that slowly robs the body of its ability to walk, speak, swallow and breathe. The life expectancy of an ALS patient averages 2 to 5 years from the time of diagnosis.