As the bride + groom approached the family home located at Alice Walk in Hingham Harbor aboard a vintage wooden boat, the 200+ guests greeted them with hugs, love + laughter. What a magical + dreamy wedding celebration it was.
Kate’s Table was proud to be a part of 3rd Annual Ales Over ALS event in Essex, Massachusetts this weekend!
This amazing event features a local brewers contest “Crafter’s Delight” – guests are able to taste the best brews from local & small brewers side by side and sample the food from Woodman’s of Essex, Apple Street Farms (with former L’Espalier Chef; Frank McLelland) and Kate’s Table!
We provided the vegetarian dishes this year which included our famous Truffled Mac & Cheese, Roasted Farm Vegetables, Harvest Farro Salad with cranberries, kale, delicata squash and goat cheese. We also provided the desserts – Kelly’s Famous Chocolate Chunk Cookies & Warm Apple Cider Donuts tossed in cinnamon & sugar.
The event was held at The Essex Shipbuilding Museum again – what a spot for a gathering! We are totally infatuated with this place! It takes the vintage/barn look that is still so popular to another level. Forget about renting eight tables – just grab some saw horses from the property and top them with any found & weathered boards lying about.
All proceeds benefit ALS TDI http://community.als.net/alesoverals
It’s only fitting that my first – ever! – blog post is about music. After all, I did receive a degree in Audio Engineering.
We really wanted to have a widget on our new website that had a stream of music showcasing “What We’re Listening To Now” – but I’m still trying to figure out all of the technical aspects of this blog…
Until then, I figured I could at least point you to the songs that are driving us right now…
Chet Faker “No Diggity” https://soundcloud.com/chet-faker/no-diggity?in=chet-faker/sets/com
Be sure to click on the last song – that’s the one we’re talkin about 🙂
and to really get you going…
The new August issue of South Shore Living Magazine features an article on Kate’s Table!
The article can be read via a link on our press page
for those of you that have the magazine in hand, Page 90 at the start of the Restaurant Guide ~ “the side dish” 🙂