ClubSouth Chef's Table

Little-known tip: A savvy professional doesn’t need to fuss over restaurant reviews or menus for a new take on where to take that important client for a power lunch or dinner. Try booking a chef’s table in order to impress your guest. A chef’s table is so-named because it’s reserved for VIPs and is typically located in or near the kitchen, where patrons can watch their dishes being prepared and receive special attention from the Head Chef. We invited our Club South power professionals to a Chef’s Table Dinner at Rocks on the River, the Bohemian Hotel’s chic riverside restaurant, for an evening of networking and luxurious power dining. The intimate atmosphere of the private dining room­—which can be closed off from the lively dining area and seats up to 24—made for easy conversation amongst the group. A delicious five-course meal, prepared by Executive Chef Eric Backer, showed off his farm-to-table culinary prowess. Our guests fell in love with the meal—especially the Goat Cheese Potato Pie and the Banana Split. Book your next business dinner with Chef Eric by calling or visiting their website. 102 W. Bay Street, Savannah,  

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