“We are so excited to host this New Year’s Eve Dinner for Knoxville,” notes Paula Johnson of the Knoxville Food Tours, dinner chairperson. “It is fantastic that the Candoro Building and Grounds are still here for us to be able to share with the public the history of the great marble industry that helped build Knoxville.”
Dinner will be a Knoxville 1920’s theme prepared by local favorite Holly Hambright. Hambright graduated first in her class at the Baltimore Culinary Arts Institute and has had much success in Knoxville with her catering, Holly’s Eventful Dining in Bearden, and her new venture Holly’s Corner in Old North Knoxville.
Candoro Caviar on Crostini with Champagne
Roasted Asparagus, Georgia Olive Oil and Mustard Vinaigrette, Bacon Wrapped Diver Scallop
Black Angus Hanger Steak, Demi-Glace, Extra Wide Egg Noodles, Parsley-Basil Butter
Roasted Vegetables, Extra Wide Egg Noodles, Parsley-Basil Butter
Pink Marbled Anniversary Cake
Music will be provided by The Uptown Stomp, described as “a musical aesthetic from another time”. This up and coming hot swing band has a repertoire from Charlie Christian to Elmore James, Fats Waller and Muddy Waters.
The Candoro Building and Grounds will be decorated in a 1920’s style by South Knoxville resident April Burt who’s Three Parties in Three Days was featured in Southern Living Magazine. Guests are encouraged to dress in the style of the 1920’s.
The building will open at 7:00 p.m. for hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Dinner will begin at 8:00.
All proceeds go to the restoration and maintaining of the Candoro Marble Building.
Mail checks to:
Candoro Arts & Heritage Center
PO Box 9473
Knoxville, TN 37940