Inn at Serenbe
Nygren entered the kitchen almost as soon as she was born. Her mother, Margaret Lupo, became pregnant with her in 1959, three years after Lupo opened her first restaurant, Margaret’s Tray Shop, in downtown Atlanta. In 1962 Lupo became the proprietress of Mary Mac’s Tea Room, and over the next couple of decades she turned the meat-and-three restaurant into an Atlanta icon.Read more
If you’re interested in learning a thing or two about cooking from the finest chefs in the South, now would be the time to give the Inn at Serenbe a call. They’ve just announced a cooking class series for 2013 that basically looks like it was compiled by the James Beard Foundation. The two-day class experience is intimate, with room for just ten students, and are hosted at Marie Nygren of the Farmhouse at Serenbe’s home. Each class will consist of instruction and dinner on Sunday afternoon and evening, a one night stay at the Inn at Serenbe, and another day of instruction and lunch on Monday.Read more
Boxcar Grocer raising funds for expansion into food desertsRead more
The brother and sister team that brought fresh produce and sandwiches to an Atlanta food desert are at it again. This time they’re raising money with hopes of taking their business to the next level.
Once a year, Serenbe gathers some of the best chefs in the southeast for a potluck that would put your best family reunion to shame. This Sunday, the third annual Southern Chefs Potluck returns to the grounds of the Inn at Serenbe along with chefs including Hugh Acheson, Linton Hopkins, Steven Satterfield, Dan Latham, Anne Quatrano, Kevin Gillespie, Ford Fry, Todd Ginsberg, Joe Truex, Todd Richards, and Shaun Doty bearing dishes. The vibe is casual and friendly, dishes are served family-style, drinks are poured generously, and the pastoral grounds set the scene.Read more